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Last Updated Thursday December 08 2016 01:43 AM IST

Mixed fruit sundal

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Mixed fruit sundal

An innovative sundal that is at once creative and novel! A mixed fruit sundal has rarely been tried, and you should be among the first to try it. Go colourful with your offering this Navaratri with this special sweet dish.

Ingredients

100g steamed, ripe plantain cut into small round pieces
50g apple, diced small
20g raisins (shallow fried in ghee)
20g cashew nuts (shallow fried in ghee)
150g jaggery
2 tsp sugar
3 tsp ghee
2 tsp honey
20g dates, de-seeded

Preparation

Melt jaggery in an open container until the consistency is such that threads form while pouring it out.
Put cooked plantains into this and mix well.
Take out from flame, add the remaining ingredients and then serve. 

Also, keep in mind not to take honey and ghee in equal quantities as it is said to be an incompatible food combination. 


(From the kitchen of Sankar and Bros, Catering Service, Kottayam)

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