This recipe is taken from Ramya's blog Mane Adige


1 cup Wheat flour
1 cup Jaggery
1/2 tsp Ghee
1/2 tsp Cardamom powder
2 tbsp roasted nuts

Roast the wheat flour on very low flame till it starts turning brown.

Heat 1 1/2 cups of water and add jaggery and ghee to it. When the jaggery melts, add cardamom powder, nuts and finally the wheat flour. Mix well without lumps.

Let it cool for some time and then make balls of it.

Since this recipe requires less than 5 ingredients, it is my entry to MBP: Less is More event started by Coffee and guest hosted by Nupur.

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Nupur said...

Delicious and unusual sweet! Thank you for your entry.

Asha said...

It's a classic K'taka dessert, my ajji makes it with rice flour for Shankranthi, very hard and need a Hulk's teeth to bite a piece!:D

This looks soft and yummy!:)

@the_whisk_affair said...

ooh beautiful EC..such perfect balls, and a great entry to MBP!! :-)

Cham said...

Looks so good those wheat ladoos

EC said...

Thanks nupur for hosting such a nice theme

Thanks Asha...I made it for the first time

Thanks JZ and Cham

Rumela said...

Thank you for this thambittu recipe!! The thambittu looks wonderful. I will try to make it when I have all the ingredients around. Looks so simple!! ooooooooh! my mouth is watering. thank you for shearing your post.


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