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An easy party dish - Ramya V
Published On: 21 Nov 2005
tamil: Anasi Pazham / Parangi Thalai
malayalam: Kaitha Chakka
telugu: Anasa Pandu / Parangi Thalai
Konkani: Anas / Aambo
Oriya: Supuri Anasianas / Sapuri
Tulu: Parengi Pelakai
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telugu: Seema Regi Pandu
tamil: Vazha Pazham
malayalam: Pazham / Vazha Pazham
telugu: Arati Pandu
kannada: Bale Hannu
Marathi: Kele / Kel
Oriya: Champa Kadali / Kadali
Punjabi: Kella / Kela
kannada: Jenu / Jen Thuppa
hindi: Shahad / Shaid
Dice fruits into 1/2 inch square pieces.
Mix each separately with a little honey.
Use each toothpick to hold one piece of each fruit, in the same order. (Use colorful combinations like apple-pineapple-papaya-cherry or banana-pineapple-papaya or apple-mango-grapes-cherry)
Arrange this on a plate in a circle.
:- Will add colour and beauty to your party table.
:- Sprinkle some chaat masala on Fruit Fun for a chatpata taste.
this is really good
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