unde or black sesame seed laddoo recipe is a south indian recipe. It is
a festival recipe generally made during the festival of Nagpanchame and
seeds, known as Tila (Sankrit) Til (Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Bangla),
raashi (Oriya), ellu or yellu (Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam) Nuvvulu
(Telugu). Sesame (Til) seeds are nutritious and black sesame seeds are
Chigli unde is made as naivedya (an offering) to the gods.
It is a easy and recipe. It takes less than 10 minutes to make.
Chigali is yummy too. So can be made during winter months too as sesame seeds provide warmth to the body. Make it as a quick sweet / snack.
These sesame seed laddoos have a shelf life of 8-10 days without refrigeration.
Ingredients for chigli unde
Making chigli unde - Til laddoo
Tips and variations
Instead of ghee, a little milk can be used. In case you use milk, refrigerate if keeping for more than 2-3 day.
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