Millet is not just nutrition dense but also very versatile.Bite size goodness that is quick, easy to make and carry when you're on a go and/or need energy. The laddus have added goodness of dates,seeds and nuts to make them even better. These are especially good for those with Anemia.
- To a pan, add 2 tbsp ghee, chopped cashews and fry until they turn golden. Remove the cashews and set aside.
- Add the Jowar mix to the ghee in the pan and sauté it for at about 8 – 10 minutes in a medium flame until you get the distinct aroma of jowar.
- Add ghee to the mixture and keep cooking on low flame. Allow Jaggery to melt.
- Add another tbsp of ghee and mix well until you notice the mixture becomes a little wet and sufficient to hold into laddu shape.
- Add cardamom powder and the roasted cashews. Mix well.
- Turn off the heat and allow it to cool down.
- Make into tight laddus of the size you prefer. Store the laddu in air-tight container to last for a week.