Black Til Laddoo

Prep Time
30 minutes
Cook Time
10 minutes
2-3 persons

Nuts are great ways to add a variety of nutritional profile. Healthy Oils, natural source of fats, calcium, and even fiber, there is no reason why not add them more. A wide variety of various nuts on a weekly basis, will ensure you are never to worry ‘where is my protein and calcium coming from’!

Inspired by Assamese cuisine this black sesame laddoo is lovely to eat after a meal. Black sesame is very high on calcium though it has a different taste, so you may want to try in smaller batch.


  • Black til (black sesame seeds): 1 cup
  • Jaggery powder: 1/2 cup
  • Dry roast the black sesame seeds in a wok. Keep the flame on medium.
  • Let the roasted sesame cool down completely. Then powder the same in a blender.
  • Put the roasted sesame powder in a mixing bowl. Add jaggery powder to it.
  • Put the mixture back on the hob and roast on slow flame for 5 minutes, till jaggery is sticky.
  • Roll into laddoos.

Eating Guide:

  • Food group: Nuts
  • Best time to eat: After meals. Can be combined with other food groups except fruits.
  • Great way to up natural oils and fats for kids.

Image credit for title pic:

Disclaimer: The health journeys, blogs, videos and all other content on Wellcure is for educational purposes only and is not to be considered a ‘medical advice’ ‘prescription’ or a ‘cure’ for diseases. Any specific changes by users, in medication, food & lifestyle, must be done under the guidance of licensed health practitioners. The views expressed by the users are their personal views and Wellcure claims no responsibility for them.

'Come-In-Unity' Plan