Khasa Ladoo

Khasa Ladoo

Khasa Ladoo, also known as Sesame Seed Ladoo or Til Ladu, is a traditional Indian sweet that is popular during the winter months. It is made from roasted sesame seeds, jaggery, and a few other simple ingredients, and is a great source of energy and nutrition.

To make Khasa Ladoo, sesame seeds are first dry roasted until they turn golden brown and release a nutty aroma. Then, jaggery is melted in a pan until it becomes a syrupy consistency. The roasted sesame seeds are mixed with the jaggery syrup, along with cardamom powder and sometimes desiccated coconut, and then rolled into small, bite-sized balls.

Delicious Rasi Ladoo or Khasa Ladu by Sangram Keshari Senapati during Ganesh Puja in Odisha

Khasa Ladoo also known as Rasi Ladoo in Odia is a great source of nutrition, as sesame seeds are high in protein, healthy fats, and various vitamins and minerals. Jaggery is also a good source of iron and other minerals. The combination of these ingredients makes this Ladoo a perfect snack to have during the winter months when the body needs more energy and warmth.

Rashi Ladoo for the prasad on Krishna Janmastami

Rashi Ladoo is a delicious and healthy treat that can be enjoyed by people of all ages. It is often served during festivals and celebrations and is also a great snack to have with tea or coffee.

Khasa Ladu offering to Lord Ganesha on Ganesh Chaturthi

The nutty flavor and crunchy texture of the sesame seeds, combined with the sweetness of the jaggery, make Til Ladoo a unique and flavorful Indian sweet. In Odisha, Rashi Ladu is offered to Lord Ganesha as prasad on Ganesh Chaturthi.

N.B.: All these photographs are captured by Sangram Keshari Senapati.

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