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A delicious sweet which can be ready in 15 mins
Published On: 28 Feb 2007
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hindi: Cheeni / Shakkar
Deep fry the bread slices in oil and keep aside.
Put the biscuits in mixie and grind it to a fine powder.
Grind the fried bread slices too to a fine powder.
Heat milk in a kadai.
When it starts boiling, add sugar and stir finely.
Boil for 10 mins.
After that, add the powdered mixture of biscuits and bread and stir continously so that no lumps are found.
When it comes to a halwa consistency, add ghee to it.
Place it in a oil greased plate.
Garnish with fried cashews and pista.
Cut it into desired shape after it becomes cool.
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