A South Indian Bhat recipe uses an easy homemade spice blend. I am sharing 2 ways of making the rice but I am sure you will come up with more options. Try it!
unveil the desserts these days!
does not) but my elder one, Apeksha
does not eat sweets, younger one, Akanksha is not predictable, dairy
milk and she is happy, hubby avoids them and FIL is diabetic. It’s too much
trouble for the one person left …me!
rack my brains for something that we will all eat. This rarely happens!
expectations from it. In fact I was not expecting it to come out so beautifully
… no sticky mould, And so very smooth….
it I was wondering what the topping should be when disaster struck! Akanksha
tasted it and gave me a lot of “bad press.”
slices and stuck them on a plate…. anyway this is a disaster I thought why
came to my rescue, she tasted it and relished it,” Mamma it’s delicious! Pint size does not like it as it is not sweet
enough for her. Top it up please.”
with a dribble of chocolate sauce this was a hit! Do try it out.
this is again from some recipe book that I have xeroxed, it maybe a Tarla Dalal
recipe but then again she rarely uses gelatine so I am not sure. In case you
know the author please let me know and I will update it.
used golden syrup)
(I used strawberry flavour)
chocolate (about 50 grams of semi sweet)
decoration (I did not use)
simmering and Heat on low flame to dissolve gelatine.
stirring continuously. Add golden syrup.
the freezer, till it sets (½ an hour).
chocolate flakes and walnut halves. (I did not do this).
Linking this to Anjali’s event Cooking Made Easy with Chocolate /Cocoa
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