Monday, April 30, 2018

Alsi Ki Pinni/Flax Seeds & Edible Gum Sweet Balls

Though am running a month of blogging marathon, i couldnt stop myself to dish out some super duper healthy Alsi ki Pinni for this month's Shhhh cooking secretly event. This month's Shhh Cooking Secretly, a monthly event started by me, which is now hosted by Mayuri Patel is taking you all to Haryanvi Cuisine. You might have noticed that since few months, we are cooking from different Regional cuisines of India. After dishing out some delightful dishes from Gujarati cuisine, this month's event is all about Haryana. Alsi ki pinni is a very popular sweet in Haryana which is prepared with Alsi aka flax seeds, whole wheat flour, ghee, edible gum/gond, jaggery and cardamom powder.Pinni are prepared during winter as they gives lot of warm and energy to the body. Alsi aka lin seeds are extremely healthy and quite beneficial for cold and cough, as they gives strength. Lin seeds contains many nutritional properties, which control the cholesterol level of your body.

Alsi Ki Pinni, Alsi Laddoo

My partner of this month's event is Priya Iyer of The World Through My Eyes gave me two secret ingredients. She gave me Flaxseeds and wheat flour, obviously i couldnt think more than dishing out this incredible sweet balls from Haryanvi cuisine. Haryana cuisine is very much influenced by Punjabi cuisine, obviously Alsi ki pinni is a very known healthy sweet balls from Punjabi cuisine. However Harynavi cuisine owns this fantastic balls as well.I tried this flaxseeds sweet balls for the first time and we loved these balls to the core. I couldnt event stop myself munching these sweet balls as they were extremely delicious and dangerously addictive.

Alsi ki pinni

1cup Flaxseeds
1cup Wheatflour
3/4cup Jaggery (powdered)
2tbsp Edible gum/Goond
4tbsp Ghee (as per need)

Dry roast the flax seeds in a pan until they starts crackling, remove them from the pan, keep aside.

In the same pan, dry roast the wheat flour until a nice aroma comes from.

Add a teaspoon of ghee in an another pan, fry the edible gum/goond them well.

Now take the roasted flaxseeds, roasted wheatflour, fried edible gum, powdered jaggery in a mixie jar, grind everything well.

Transfer this mixture to a plate, heat the ghee, add the ghee gradually to the grounded powder and roll tightly as balls.

Serve.

Flaxseeds Laddoo, Haryanvi Alsi ki Pinni

17 comments:

Masala Chilli said... Reply To This Comment

Loved the recipe and yes, this is one delicious and healthy ladoos to keep you warm during winters. I would make this definitely post monsoons and enjoy. Beautiful images.

Chitz said... Reply To This Comment

Yumm they look.. how to participate in this event akka??

Renu Agrawal Dongre said... Reply To This Comment

Healthy recipe and a good way to incorporate flax seeds in your diet.

Priya Suresh said... Reply To This Comment

@Chitz We have a facebook group sis, do let me know if you want to join, let me add u..

Sangeetha Priya said... Reply To This Comment

Healthy balls and a must try for kids

Priya Iyer said... Reply To This Comment

The pinni looks absolutely lovely! Great share for the theme. :)

Mayuri Patel said... Reply To This Comment

A healthy and tempting indulgence. An ideal way to get family members to have flax seeds.

Mildly Indian said... Reply To This Comment

Such a delightful earthy feel of the recipe, Priya. Will love to try this.

Sujata Roy said... Reply To This Comment

Great share Priya. An excellent way to feed flaxseed to kids. Laddu looks super tempting.

priya satheesh said... Reply To This Comment

Healthy and delicious Ladoos.. yummy !

Aruna said... Reply To This Comment

Our traditional cuisines have such a great way of incorporating nutrition into daily diet. These laddus make it so easy to include Flaxseeds into one's diet and in such a tasty way.

Poonam Bachhav said... Reply To This Comment

The also pinning looks so inviting ! Will make it soon as my son has a sweet tooth and this looks so healthy and nutritious.

jayashree said... Reply To This Comment

The flaxseed and wheat flour sweet sounds so good, I do want to grab one. Nice share.

Sujitha Easycooking said... Reply To This Comment

Delicious and healthy ladoos.. love the flax seed addition.. you rocked as usual priya akka..

Sujata Shukla said... Reply To This Comment

Nice traditional recipe which was totally unknown to me.Thanks for the easy steps which will make it comfortable to try out this simple and tasty looking Haryanvi sweet.

Nisa@FlavourDiary said... Reply To This Comment

easy healthy and yummy ladoos...lovely share for the challenge....yum

Archana Potdar said... Reply To This Comment

been wanting to try these pinnis for ages. They taste awesome I have eaten them. Yummy share