Gazak Recipe: Make Lohri and Makar Sankranti auspicious by eating sesame ghazak

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Til Mawa Gazak Recipe: Lohri and Makar Sankranti are coming. On this day, people eat sweets made of sesame and jaggery and donate it. Donating and eating sesame on the day of Makar Sankranti is considered very auspicious. Makar Sankranti is considered incomplete without sesame. This is the reason that before this festival, the demand and consumption of sesame-made items like gajak, sesame laddus, sesame strip in the market increases greatly. So why not try this Makar Sankranti to make gajak of til mawa at home…

Ingredients for making sesame gajak:
Mawa – 250 grams
Mole – 1 cup
Sugar (powdered) – 200 grams
Cardamom Powder – ½ tsp
Cashew / Pistachio – 4-5 (finely chopped)

Recipe for making sesame gajak:

1.To make sesame seeds, first put the sesame seeds in the pan and put it on the flame. Stir the sesame with a spoon and fry it till it becomes very light brown. Note that after roasting well, the mole will feel slightly puffy. Now take out this sesame in a clean dry plate.

2.Add 1 teaspoon of ghee in a pan and melt it and break the khoya (mawa) and put it well. Now roast it on a low flame while stirring it with a spoon until it starts to turn light pink. When it fry well, add sugar sugar to it and stir it with a spoon until the sugar and khoya are thoroughly melted and mixed. Now add roasted sesame and cardamom powder over it and mix it well. Stir continuously with a spoon and cook on low heat for at least two minutes.

3Now turn off the heat and let this mixture cool down a bit. Now put ghee in a plate and make it smooth. After this, spread the cooled mixture to a plate and spread it well. If desired, apply a little ghee on the cylinder and roll the mixture lightly with the help of hands to make it smooth.

4.After this, garnish it by applying chopped nuts. With a light hand, press these dry fruits into the mixture. Now cut them into desired shape. Leave it like this for a while so that it gets set.

5.Take out your sesame seeds.

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