Monday, 7 March 2016



200 gms till (sesame seeds)
300 gms khoya/mawa
200 gms bura sugar (caster sugar) or as per taste
50 gms kaju tukra(optional)
1 tbsp pure ghee

  1. Clean and dry roast sesame seeds in pan.
  2. When they start changing color and you hear a crackling sound switch off the gas and keep them aside to cool.
  3. Now coarsely grind then in a grinder.
  4. Heat ghee in the pan and roast khoya in it till all the water evaporates and khoya stats changing colour and leaves the sides of the pan.
  5. Now add ground sesame seeds,kaju tukda and bura sugar to it and mix well.
  6. Make small balls by pressing the mixture tightly with your hand. Then give them desired shape.
  7. Garnish with cashew nuts, raisin and pistachios.
  1. Khoa or khoya or khawa or mawa is  dried whole milk or milk thickened made by heating milk in an open  pan to condensation.
  2. If you don't get khoya then mix 1.5 cup of milk powder with 1 can or condensed milk (400 gms) and cook it in pure ghee or clarified butter . This mixture can be used in place of khoya.

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