Kadali Nadia Kakera Pitha

For filling –
1 cup grated coconut,
1 banana (Ripe Sliced),
1/2 cup mixed nuts and Raisin as your choice,
1/2 cup jaggery,
2 tbsp sugar,
Pinch of salt,
1 tsp black pepper powder,
2 to 3 freshly grounded cardamom.

FOR THE

Rasmalai

1/2 tin MILKMAID
4 cups, (600 ml) of Milk
300 gm, well-mashed chena
(1.5-liter milk boil, and add vinegar and wash it thoroughly)
8-10 strands of saffron
1/2 tsp Cardamom Powder
10-12, chopped Pistachios and almonds
1 liter Water
2 cups (300

Jaggery Thekua

Jaggery Thekua

Jaggery Thekua Ingredients

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1/2 Cup Jaggery
1/4 Cup Water
1.5 Tsp Fennel Seeds
3/4 Tsp Cardamom Powder
1 Tsp Crushed Pepper
1 Tsp Dry Ginger Powder
2-3 Tablespoon of milk
2.5 Tbsp Ghee or Butter (Room Temp)

The Autumn Verrine

The Autumn Verrine

Here are components of The Autumn Verrine

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Here are the Equipments needed to prepare Autumn Verrine

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-Double Boiler
-Sauce pan

-Piping Bags (Disposable preferred)
-Verrine (of your choice)
-Bubble Wrap
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