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Saturday, April 16, 2022

Sweet Potatoe Pudding AKA Shiro For Ekadashi And Festive Fasting|| Quick, nutritious Recipes Of Sweet Potatos||

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Sweet Potatoe Pudding Recipes, AKA Shiro For Ekadashi, And Festive Fasting|Quick, nutritious Recipes Of Sweet Potatos|#allvegrecipes
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Pudding aka shiro is a sweet Indian dish made by frying flour in water or cooking it in milk. It is not an exact pudding type but a pulpy sweet. This pudding is famous as it is an instant sweet dish and easy to make. Moreover, Hindus use pudding, aka Shira, extensively as a prasad on religious occasions.



Ingrediants For Sweet Potato Pudding AKA Shiro:

  • Sweet potatoes -500 gms.
  • Sugar-half cup.
  • Cardamom powder -2 tsp.
  • Dry Fruit Powder -3 tsp.
  • Ghee-1 tablespoon.

Method Of Sweet Potato Pudding AKA Shiro:

  1. First, steam the sweet potatoes until they are soft, about 10 minutes. Then, check the sweet potatoes with a knife to confirm whether they cooked well or not.
  2. Cut both ends of the boiled sweet potato, peel, cut into small pieces, and mash. If the sweet potato has more fiber, then grate it before mashing.
  3. Heat a tablespoon of ghee in a pan, then add the mashed sweet potatoes and fry for 4 to 5 minutes.
  4. Add one and a half cups of sugar, cardamom, and dried fruit powder, and fry the sweet potato pulp until thick. keep the flame medium.
  5. After a while, add a teaspoon of ghee to the pulp and heat for 2-3 minutes.
Sweet potato pudding is ready to eat and garnished with crushed dried fruits before taking it to the serving plate.

Some information about sweet potatoes: 

  1. Always steam sweet potatoes to retain their nutrients and make them more palatable.
  2. Raw sweet potatoes should be used immediately after germination.
  3. Keep peeled sweet potatoes dipped in water to prevent blackness.

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