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Candy made with rice, coconut, milk and yoghurt - Ramya V
Published On: 23 Mar 2004
hindi: Cheeni / Shakkar
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English: Curd / Yoghurt
Konkani: Menai / Dai / Dahin
Fry rice in a kadai or a pan.
Mix together milk and curd along with sugar and boil.
Add coconut and boil till it thickens and leaves the sides of the vessel.
Add fried rice and mix well. Remove from fire.
Pour into a greased plate.
Cut into pieces, before it cools. OR grease your hand with ghee and roll into balls before the mix cools.
You can use either raw rice(pachari) or boiled rice (puzhungal ari)
pls tell me which rice .i am not sure
I THINK THE RECIPE IS EXCELLENT BECAUSE
I THINK ITS ALSOME THAT SOMBODY CAN CREAT SUCH
A STYLE CANDY SEND ME SOME OF THOSE RECIPES
SO I CAN MAKE SOME TOO .
I liked the sweet and sour taste of the candy. it would be good to roll the candy into balls .
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