Except few, most of the Ladoos involves lots of hardwork & series of procedures. They are prepared by Asians, mostly Indians during festives or any other celebrations. But this is a simple one that we can prepare it within a few minutes of a day...This recipe requires very less time & effort that we can prepare it as an evening snack or a dessert even when the guests have already arrived.Dates & hazelnuts compliment each other well in this recipe..
I think this could be made with roasted almonds too... never tried with that...but thinks so...
Dates, finely chopped, seedless 2 cups
Hazelnuts, roasted 1/2 cup
White sesame seeds, roasted, optional --enough to coat with
Milk 3 cups
Baking powder 1 tsp
Dry roast sesame seeds, on medium heat, to a light brown.
Remove on a plate and set aside.
Dry roast hazelnuts and crush coarsely.
Heat a pan, add dates and milk and mix.
Add baking powder, mix and cook on medium heat,stirring continuously, till the mixture thickens and the dates get completely mashed. There should not be moisture left in the mixture.
Add crushed hazelnuts and mix. Make Ladoos & coat with sesame seeds. You can have it plain also.
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