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Kilsa

A sweet dish made easily with maida and coconut milk, Kilsa is a Bakrid specialty. Savoured in the Northern states of Kerala, it has other varients in wheat and ragi too.

Ingredients

1 ½ cup maida
½ a coconut, scraped
Dry fruits, as required (cashew nuts and raisins)
2 dsp ghee

Preparation

Add required water to the maida, mix and keep it soaked till it absorbs the water
Take thick and thin coconut milk from the coconut
Drain water from the maida. Now, add the thin coconut milk and a little salt to the maida and let it cook well
Add thick coconut milk to this and stir it well and take off the flame
Spread the mixture on a plate. Drop cashew nuts and raisins roasted in ghee on top of it, along with the ghee
This is a delicacy had with sugar 

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