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Thursday, June 26, 2008

Mango Lassi and Kadhi with Besan Pakode for Frozen Yogurt event


Mango lassi
Fresh Pulp of 1 Mango
2-3 cups of yougurt or curd
2-3 tbs of sugar
2 sandesh, recipe link for Sandesh recipe or any other Khoya sweet
Roohafza 2-3 tbs
Blend all in a mixer .Chill in refrigerator for 2hrs .
At the time of serving add crumbled sandesh over top and few drops of Roohafza..

Kadhi with Pakode



Requirements
3 cups of yogurt
1 cup of water
3 tbs of Besan (Chick Pea Flour)
2 tsp of fresh grated ginger
1 tsp of cumin powder
1tsp of garam masala
1 tsp of salt
Pinch of sugar

2-3 tbs of fresh chopped coriander leaves
For tempering
1 tsp of Mustard seeds
1 Dry Red pepper

1 small onion chopped finely
1 bay leaf

Method
Mix in curd and water , whisk well , set aside.
Add all the dry powders, red pepper , garam masala,cumin powder and Besan,
Heat up Mustard oil, temper it with mustard seeds, dry red pepper powder and Bay leaf, now add chopped onions, ginger and fry at low for 3-4 mints.
Now add the Yogurt mixture , cook at low for 1-2mints .
For Variations
Add Besan Pakodas
Besan 3 cups
1 tsp of salt
pinch of Baking soda
1 tsp of Red Pepper powder
Mix well with water and keep the constituency little bit thick .
Heat up Mustard Oil and drop spoonful of batter to the hot oil, Fry at low.
Take out and cool , now add to the prepared Kadhi .This will thickened the Kadhi a lot,add warm water if required .

This is going to siri at siri corner, visiy here for more details Frozen Yogurt .

I would like to mention , one of my friends at Daily Meals has forwarded nice matters award .Thanks Vijaya for thinking about me .
Happy Cooking Friends

5 comments:

  1. What a great combo, yummy dessert!:))

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  2. Your mango lassi looks good! And the thought of crumbling sandesh on it is unusual! I'm not sure I'd add the Roohafza, though. I've never gotten used to the taste. :)

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  3. Mango lassi looks delicious...khadi looks yummy...

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  4. Asha,
    Thanks

    Sra,
    its our fav desert during weekend , when we all get together after our lunch.Crumbling Sandesh melts in mouth while sipping Lassi , this gives a very distinct sweet flavor .I guess You dont need to add roohafza, well its just that i am kind of quite hooked to it LOL...
    Vijaya
    thanks for stopping by .Hugs

    Hugs and smiles
    jaya

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  5. the mango lassi looks delicious... and the sandesh would make it really creamy too....
    also liked the keema curry. Yummy!

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