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Farali Sabudana Appam: A Sweet and Satisfying Treat for Vrat|

Try this simple and quick recipe of appam made with soaked sabudana, grated coconut and cardamom powder. Serve them hot with honey or maple syrup. Farali sabudana appam is a delicious and easy snack that can be enjoyed during fasting days or at any time. It is made with sabudana (sago pearls), coconut, sugar, and cardamom powder. The batter is cooked in a designated appam pan to make small and fluffy appams that are crisp on the outside and soft on the inside. They can be served with honey or maple syrup for a sweet treat. Ingredients for farali sabudana appam: 1 cup sabudana (sago pearls) 1/4 cup grated coconut 1/4 cup sugar 1/4 teaspoon cardamom powder A pinch of salt Oil or ghee for frying some honey or mapple syrup Water as needed Method of farali sabudana appam: Wash and soak the sabudana in enough water for 4 to 5 hours or overnight. Drain the sabudana and transfer it to a blender. Add the coconut, sugar, cardamom powder, and salt and blend to a smoot

How to make delicious farali paneer patis with a crispy potato crust|

Learn the secrets of making this Gujarati snack that is perfect for fasting days or any occasion. Patis or Pattice or Buff Vada, stuffed potato balls, popular in Gujarat, Maharashtra, and other states, is a savory snack that originated in Gujarat, India. It is made of unbleached flour made from soft wheat filled with spiced fillers of mashed potatoes and peas. Farali paneer patis are crispy, delicious snacks made with grated paneer, boiled potatoes, arrowroot flour, and spices. They are perfect for fasting days or as a tea-time snack. Ingredients for farali patis: 1.5 cup grated paneer (cottage cheese) 2 medium-boiled potatoes, peeled and mashed 1 cup arrowroot flour (or Singhare ka atta) 1 tbsp grated coconut. 1 tsp dry grape(Kismis) 1 tsp cashew pieces 1 tsp Dry mango powder (Aamchoor powder) 1 tsp paste of ginger and green chili each. 1/4 tsp black pepper powder 1/4 tsp cumin powder 1/4 tsp chaat masala 2 tbsp chopped coriander leaves 1/2 tsp Sugar (optional) S

Kala Gulab Jamun Recipe: The Royal Treat of Black Gulab Jamun Sweet|Kaale Gulaab Jaamun ki Shaahi Daavat|

Easy Kala Gulab Jamun Recipe: Step by Step Guide. A sweet named Kala Gulab Jamun means Blackberry, is the famous sweet of Utter Pradesh. It has to dip in thin sugar syrup before serving. This round-shaped sweet resembles a blackberry in shape and color, so it is known as Kala(Black/dark purple)Jamun(berry). It's a delicious sweet that can be made at home. Why not try once? हिन्दी Ingredients: 250 grams of khoya (soft khoya also known as daap ka  khoya or chikna khoya) 100 grams of paneer (cottage cheese). 3 tablespoons of all-purpose flour (maida). A pinch of baking soda. Oil or Ghee (butter) for deep frying. 2 cups of sugar. 2 cups of water. A few strands of saffron. A few cardamom pods or powder. Cocoa powder to sprinkle while serving. Steps: Crumble the khoya and paneer and mash them well with your hands. There should be no lumps or granules in the mixture. Add the all-purpose flour and baking soda and knead well until smooth and soft. You can also

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