This is another one of the prominent recipes cooked during Navratra and is usually consumed during breakfast by those fasting. The ingredients of this recipe make it nutritious and sumptuous at the same time, it is sufficient for a person who is working but also fasting. The most interesting thing about this recipe is that it is easier to cook and apart from using it during fasting one can consume it while traveling as well. So let's get started
The Indian recipe we have listed below serves up to 2 people with a 5-6 min preparation time and a 15-20 minutes cooking time.
The key ingredients for this dish are patience and commitment. The rest can be bought online or from your nearest supermarket.
Singhare ka Aata/Water Chestnut flour - 10 grams (sieved)
Sugar - 20 grams
Ghee - 2 tbsp
Almonds - 2 finely chopped
Cashews - 2 finely chopped (you can add any nuts of your choice)
Coconut Powder - 1 tsp
Set the stove to medium and heat a pan.
Add Singhare ka Aata and saute it for 4-5 mins so that it roasted well and loses its raw flavor.
Add the chopped nuts and coconut and toast them for about a minute or two.
Add Ghee and then keep sauteing the mixture till you get a dry soil type of consistency.
Add sugar and keep mixing it. Remembering that adding sugar last, stops the cooking process so whenever you are cooking a desert add the sugar in the last step.
Serve with hot Kehwa.