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Recipes of Indian Desserts

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Written on 11:34 AM by Mrudula

Panchamritham (fruit salad)
Fruits - 1 banana, grapes - a small buch, raisins - 1 tsp, dry dates - 2 pieces, jack fruit - 2 pieces, 1 apple
Cut the fruits into even sized pieces. To this add 25 g honey, 150g jaggery, 25 g ghee. Mix well. Store in air tight container.
Milk Appam
Rice flour - 1 cup, grated coconut - 1/2 cup, sugar - 50g, salt - 1 pinch, cardomom - 3, oil for frying
Grind coconut and take the milk. Heat 1 cup of water and when it comes to boil, add the rice flour to make a paste. To this ,
add the coconut milk, sugar, salt and cardomom and mix to the consistency of Dosai batter. With a spoon, pour one by one
in oil and fry. Turn it over in oil until it is fully cooked.
Sweet Puttu
Dry roast 400g of rice and powder it finely. Heat equal quantity of water to lukewarm, add a pinch of salt and 1/4 tsp
turmeric powder. Pour this water into the powdered rice and mix into a paste. Steam this paste in a pressure cooker fully
until you get 4-5 whistles.
To 50 ml water add 1/2 kg jaggery , 6 cardomoms, and 1/4 cup grated coconut and make syrup out of jaggery as described
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Break the cooked rice dough into fine pieces, and mix it with the jaggery syrup. Add roasted cashewnuts.
Paanagam
Dissolve jaggery in water. Add a a few cardomoms, mix and serve cold.
Sweet Adai
Roast 200 g of raw rice and powder it into a nice rava.Dry roast 2 tsp of cowgram. In a thick vessel, heat water, and add the
roasted cowgram, coconut pieces(cut into very small pieces), 100g jaggery and a pinch of salt.When they are cooked, add
the rawa and stir into a paste. Add 2 tsp of ghee to it and flatten this flour ino round shape (the size of urud vadai), place in
idli plates and cook.

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