Tambittu Ladoo Recipe North-Karnataka Special | Tambittu Unde Recipe

Tambittu Ladoo Recipe North-Karnataka Special | Tambittu Unde Recipe

Tambittu-Ladoo
Tambittu-Ladoo


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Naga Chavithi and Naga Panchami are the festivals to worship Nag Devatas (Serpent Gods). Naga Chavithi is mainly a women’s festival. Naga Chavithi is celebrated all over India. Especially in Karnataka and Maharashtra by women for their wellbeing of and their children and family. On this day women keep fast and observe Naga Puja. They offer milk to Sarpa Devata at the Hutta or Valmeekam or Putta (snake pits). In homes clay idols of Naga are worshipped. Or the idol made of silver and copper are also used.


Naga-Pooja
Naga-Pooja



Naagara Panchami is a celebrated-on 5th day of Shravana month or Shravana maasa. People go to temples and snake pits and they worship the snakes. They offer milk to the Cobras. Turmeric and yellow flowers are used in the pooja and are considered as precious.


There are so many special dishes made on this day. It is believed that rice dishes and laddus are liked by Naaga devata. Varieties of dishes like halbai, Kadabu, Ladoo (unde), arishina ele Kadabu, ellu panchakajjaya etc., The dishes or recipes prepared on Nagara Panchami varies from region to region. One such special dish of Karnataka to celebrate Nagara Panchami is Tambittu Unde or Roasted Bengal gram Ladoo.


Cuisine: Karnataka

Servings: 25 Ladoo

Preparation: 30 Minutes

Cooking Time: 20 Minutes

Type: Sweet

Made On: Naga Chaturthi and Naga Panchami


Ingredients:

  1. Putane or Roasted Bengal Gram: Four bowls
  2. Ghee: One and half bowl
  3. Jaggery: Two and half bowls
  4. Dry coconut: One bowl
  5. White Sesame: Half Bowl
  6. Khuskhus or Poppy Seeds: Two tea spoons
  7. Dry fruits mix: Two tea spoons
  8. Cardamom Powder: One tea spoon

 

Tambittu-unde-Ingredients
Tambittu-unde-Ingredients


Jaggery-Ghee
Jaggery-Ghee


Method:

Firstly, ground Putane in a mixer to make fine powder.


Secondly, dry roast grated coconut (dry), White sesame and poppy seeds.


Thirdly, put two tea spoons of ghee in a pan and fry dry fruits.


Fourthly, add one bowl of ghee and melt it. Then add jaggery and melt it in ghee. When jaggery starts bubbling then switch off the flame.


Making of Tambittu Ladoo Recipe North-Karnataka Special | Tambittu Unde Recipe


Take small portion of the ladoo mixture and add hot jaggery. Mix it and start making ladoos immediately as Putane powder becomes dry very quickly and it becomes tough to shape ladoos. Apply ghee on your hands so the temperature of the mixture is hot.


First make ladoo in round or circular shape and then press both the ends to make it flat. Flattened shape of the ladoo is the uniqueness of this recipe.


Repeat the procedure with remaining ladoo mixture and jaggery. If jaggery becomes hard then put it on the flame and melt it again.


Step by step photos of Tambittu Ladoo Recipe North-Karnataka Special | Tambittu Unde Recipe

Grind roasted Bengal gram or Putane in a mixer to make fine powder.

Grinding-Putane
Grinding-Putane


Putane-Powder
Putane-Powder


Dry roast coconut, white sesame and poppy seeds.

Roasting-Dry-Coconut
Roasting-Dry-Coconut

Roasting-White-sesame
Roasting-White-sesame


Roasting-Poppy-seeds
Roasting-Poppy-seeds



Roast dry fruits in two tea spoons of ghee

Roasting-Dry-Fruits
Roasting-Dry-Fruits



Add all the roasted ingredients to Putane powder and mix well.

Ladoo-Mixture
Ladoo-Mixture


Melting Ghee

Melting-Ghee
Melting-Ghee

Melting Jaggery.

Melting-Jaggery
Melting-Jaggery

Add melted jaggery to ladoo mixture.

Adding-melted-jaggery
Adding-melted-jaggery

Making ladoo

Making-Ladoo
Making-Ladoo


Shaping ladoo.

Shaping-ladoo
Shaping-ladoo


Important Tips

1. As Putane becomes soft over the time, it is not grounded finely. In that case roast Putane till they become crisp and then grind.

2. Once the jaggery is added do not waste the time, start making ladoos immediately. other wise mixture become dry and it is impossible to bind the ladoos.

3.  If jaggery becomes thick or hard. Heat it and melt it again.

4. If ladoo mixture becomes too dry heal two spoons of ghee and add.

5. Store ladoos in an air tight container and use them for a month.

6. You can add powdered sugar instead of jaggery. In that case you have to roast the Putane powder in ghee and then add sugar to it. 


Faqs..

Why is Naga Panchami celebrated?

There is a religious belief that on the day of Nag Panchami Lord Krishna honored Kalia Nag and forced him to leave the Yamuna River and reside in the sea. On this auspicious occasion, the tradition of celebrating the festival of Nag Panchami began. It is believed that anyone who fasts and worships Nag Panchami fulfils their wishes.


What not to do on Naga Panchami?

  1. It is said that on the day of Nag Panchami, do not put an iron pan on fire or cook food on the iron pan on this day or there may be great harm.
  2. On the day of Nag Panchami, do not plough on the earth as it can kill a snake.
  3. Cooking should be done without cutting vegetables, rolling of rotis and no frying.


You may also try my other recipes..

Steamed Kadabu recipe

Khantoli recipe

Hittina Holige

Ukadiche Modak


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