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Chhena Poda

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Chhena Poda Recipe, How To Make Chhena Poda Recipe

A sweet dish to relish to utmost made with the richness of cheese and sugar.

About Recipe

How to make CHHENA PODA

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Prep time
5 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
30 mins
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Paneer/Cheese
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : November 23, 2016

Ingredients used in CHHENA PODA
• Cashew nuts - 100 grams.
• Sugar - 500 grams.
• Semolina - 150 grams.
• Cheese - 1000 grams.
• Raisin - 50 grams.
• Cinnamon - 50 grams.
  • Mix the cheese, semolina, and sugar and knead it properly to get a homogeneous batter.
  • Add a little water if required while kneading. Add cashew nuts, raisin and cardamom to the batter. Put the same in the dish container of oven leaving about one inch at the top of the container empty.
  • Preheatthe oven. Now bake the batter for about one-and-a-half hours (until the top appears brown).
  • Take the container out of the oven. Allow it to cool.

Delicious chhena poda is ready.nbsp; Cut it into desired shapes like cakes before serving

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vahuser Posted on Tue Nov 30 2010

I love Chhena poda.. I am from Orissa, which is where this dish comes from, and I had never thought it would be possible to re-create it seven seas apart !! Thanks for the recipe, will surely try it out..!!

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