Lohri Special How to make Til Revdi

til rewari lohri 2020, importance of lohri festival special dishes recipe in hindi, lohri special sweet dish, lohri, punjab, makar sankranti, til rewari, indian kitchen, indian recipe, corn syrup, significance of lohri festival



The festival of Lohri is a festival of meeting and sharing happiness with each other. It comes a day before Makar Sankranti. It is celebrated with great fanfare especially in Punjab and on this day many types of dishes are also made, one of which is Til Revdi.


The festival of Lohri is celebrated on the last night of Paush month according to the Hindu calendar. Lohri has special significance for Sikhs. Preparations start a few days before the festival. It is popular to celebrate this festival especially at the conclusion of autumn. In 2020, this festival will be celebrated on 13 January, Sunday. Days start looming after Lohri, i.e. the Magh month begins. This festival is celebrated all over the world. However, in Punjab, Haryana and Delhi, this festival is celebrated with great pomp and show.


Importance of Lohri


The Lohri festival holds special significance for Punjabis. In the house where a new marriage or child is born, they are specially greeted with Lohri. The first bride of a new bride or child in the house has great importance. On this day, married sisters and daughters are called home. This festival is celebrated to protect and honor sisters and daughters.



Ingredients For Til Revdi


1/2 cup Roasted Sesame (white)

1 cup Sugar

1/2 cup Water

2 tsp Corn Syrup

1 tsp Cardamom Powder

1/2 tsp Lemon Juice

1/2 tsp Kevda Essence

Baking or silicone mat


Method to Make Til Revdi


To make Til Revadi, first place a non stick pan to heat.

Once the pan is hot, add sugar and water and stir it.

After this, add corn syrup to it.

Stir continuously until it becomes thick.

Once the mixture thickens, add cardamom powder and lemon juice.

For fragrance also add Kevda Essence.  

When the mixture becomes too thick, add roasted sesame seeds and mix well and turn off the heat.

Cool the sesame mixture slightly and spread it on baking mats or silicone mats.

When it cools completely, then knead it and make a revolver in a small circle.

Now roll it again on the white sesame seeds in a plate. Lohri Special Til Revdi is ready. 

No comments:

Home Ads

Powered by Blogger.