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Ellu Urundai Recipe / Sesame Balls Recipe / Easy and Healthy recipe / Healthy snacks recipe

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Ellu urundai / Sesame Balls is one among the must to prepare during Vinayagar Chaturthi in all south Indian families. Already I have shared a version of Ellu Urundai or sesame balls – which as soft and melt in mouth version and now the other version which is crunchy and chewy. Also, do check out our video – which has both versions of Ellu Urundai together as a special of Vinayagar Chaturthi. Also it is known as Chimli urundai.

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Ellu urundai or Sesame laddo is the combination of both ellu /sesame and jaggery. Ellu urundai / Sesame balls has more health benefits as they lower cholesterol level, protect heart health, improves blood pressure, balances hormones, burns fat and so on. And so, they can be consumed anytime as it takes just 5 mins to prepare. Also, this can be prepared in bulks and store in an air-tight container, as it stays fresh for a week. Let me share the recipe…

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Ellu Urundai / Sesame Balls / Crunchy Ellu Urundai recipe

Ingredients:

  • Ellu / Black Sesame / Til seeds – 1 cup
  • Jaggery – ½ cup
  • Water – ¼ cup
  • Cardamom powder – ½ tsp

Making of Ellu urundai / Sesame Balls –

Preparation:

  • Dry roast sesame / ellu in a heavy bottomed vessel for 2 mins or until it crackles. Roast only in medium flame else the sesame will be burnt and you give a slight bitter taste.
  • Remove it from flame and transfer it to a plate, spread it and let it rest until it reaches the room temperature.
  • Add jaggery and pour water, bring it boil, make sure it reaches the syrup consistency (once you let a drop of syrup to a bowl of water, it should not dissolve) Check out the consistency in the video as the consistency is very important here.
  • Add the sesame seeds to the jaggery syrup, remove it from fire, keep on stirring once in a while for 2 mins or until it thickens and comes to a rolling consistency.
  • Now take a small portion of sesame/ellu and roll it to a ball, let it rest for mins or until it reaches room temperature.
  • Store it in an air-tight container, and it stays fresh for a week.

 

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Ellu urundai recipe / Sesame Ladoo recipe / Sesame and Jaggery Balls

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Ellu urundai is one of our staple sweets made during certain festivals like Vinayakar Chaturthi and Krishna Jeyanthi.  This is made with Black sesame seeds, jaggery / palm sugar and cardamom powder. This dish can be made in large quantity and stored in a air tight container for a week time.

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Ellu Urundai / Sesame Balls / Soft Ellu Urundai recipe

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Ellu urundai / Sesame ladoos / Sesame and Jaggery balls

Ellu urundai / Sesame ladoos / Sesame and Jaggery balls

Ingredients:

  • Black Sesame seeds / Ellu / Til seeds – 1 cup
  • Jaggery – ¼ cup
  • Cardamom powder – 1 tsp

Preparation:

  • Heat the kadai and dry roast them till they pop around. Let it come to room temperature.
  • Take it in a blender with jaggery and cardamom powder. Pulse them together.
  • Transfer it to a bowl. Take small portions and shape them into ladoos.

Store it in a air tight container and consume for a week time.

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Note: Be careful when roasting the sesame seeds, remove it from heat when it pops out else it would get burnt and would taste bitter.