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Ksheera Pineapple Mango Pudding

Ksheera  Pineapple Mango Pudding
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Ksheera Pineapple Mango Pudding Recipe, How To Make Ksheera Pineapple Mango Pudding Recipe

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How to make Ksheera Pineapple Mango Pudding

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Prep time
30 mins
Cook time
30 mins
Total time
60 mins
Ksheera  Pineapple Mango Pudding
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Besan gramflour
Servings : 0 persons
Published date : November 18, 2016

Ingredients used in Ksheera Pineapple Mango Pudding
• Crushed pineapple - 51/2 oz.
• Sugar - 1 3/4 cup.
• Kesar in milk - 2-3 piece.
• Water(boiling) - 2 cup.
• Butter - 5 tablespoons.
• Rava or sooji (coarse) - 1 cup.
• Or alfanso mango pulp - 6-7 tablespoons.
• Crushed or powdered elaichi - 1-2 piece.
1. Roast coarse rava in butter (1spn) or ghee on low flame for about 15 minutes until you get the characteristic aroma of roasted rava. Keep it aside. 2. Boil water, add roasted rava in to the boiling water while stirring ( Make sure no lumps are formed ) Keep stirring. Maintain medium flame at all times. 3. Once cooked, stir and add sugar. Let the sugar melt and become slightly thicker. keep stirring,add crushed pineaple/mango pulp, Kesar dissolved in milk, powdered elaichi, and remaining butter. When the mixture doesn#39;t stick to your finger it is done. Transfer this in to a dish and decorate it with raosted cashews and raisins.

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