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Published On: 19 Mar 2003
hindi: Cheeni / Shakkar
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telugu: Jaikaaya / Jajikayi
kannada: Jaika / Jajikai / Jeerake
Heat sugar till it becomes brown.
Coat it on a baking pan.
Mix together condensed milk, milk, eggs and nutneg powder in a vessel.
Pour it into the baking pan and cover with a foil.
Bake for 30 mins.
:- Serve hot or cold.
The usual proportion is 1 litre milk 6 eggs or half litre milk and 3 eggs. You can use vanilla essence. Usually nutmeg powder is sprinkled on top after its cooked.
I tried out your recipe and really liked it. it`s easy to make and tasty too. I just reduced the number of eggs (used only 4 instead of 6) and used vanila essense instead of nutmeg powder as i don`t like the taste of egg and nutmug.
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