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Kulfi

I know its not the season of kulfi..but hey, why would I miss out on a chilled dessert just cos its cold outside?So I made it

Ingredients:

Whole milk- 4cups

Cardamom- 2 seeds, punded

Sugar-2 table spoon

Corn flour-2 tea  spoon

Water-2 tea spoon

Almonds- 15 nos, blanched and chopped

Kesar/pista/almond/rose essence- a few drops

Method:

1.Bring the milk to a boil on fire.Stir in cardamom and continue to reduce the milk to one third of its quantity by cooking on a low flame.

2.Be sure to stir it often and scrape the sides

3.Mix cornflour with water and make it into a paste.

4.Once the milk is reduced to the desired quantity, add sugar and the corn flour paste and almonds.

5.Cook for 2minutes and switch off stove. Let it stand by for a couple of minutes.

6.Stir in your choice of essence and transfer the mixture into the kulfi moulds and freeze.

7.Thaw for a few minutes at room temperature before serving.

 

Makes:6-8 nos

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Maddur Vada

Ingredients:

Rice flour-1 cup

Sooji-1/2 cup

All purpose flour-1/4 to 1/2  cup

Salt

Oil-1 table spoon

Crushed peanuts-a handful

Curry leaves- a few

Cumin seeds-1 tea spoon

Green chillies-5-6 numbers

Chopped onion-1

Hing-a pinch

Sesame seeds-2 tea spoon

Oil- for deep frying
Method:

1.In a large mixing bowl, mix all the ingredients except the oil for deep frying.

2.DONOT add any water as the water from chopped onion would be sufficient.

3.Make a dough out of it.

4.Heat oil in a kadai, meanwhile make little balls out of the prepared dough and flatten them like small discs.

5.Fry them in hot oil and drain excess oil in a paper towel.

6.Serve hot with chutney and tea/coffee.

 

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