Slightly roast sesame seeds in a pan taking care not to burn them.
Powder them finely.
Heat water in a heavy-bottomed pan and add jaggery. Stir until well dissolved. Boil for 2-3 minutes.
Add the powdered sesame and cardomom. Keep stirring well until the mixture
thickens into a halwa consistency. Remove pan from fire.
Once cool, empty into a bowl and refrigerate the halwa.
The halwa will harden in a few hours.
Remove from the fridge, make balls and roll in coconut gratings. and store.
Sesame seeds are nutritious, rich in minerals like copper and manganese.
They are a good source of iron and calcium too that are important for our bones.
The fibre in the seeds help in regulating cholesterol levels and the Vitamin E oil keeps skin healthy.