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Last Updated Friday December 09 2016 09:16 AM IST

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Orange to Orange

A quirky Diwali treat made with orange pulp, paneer and milk khoya. Wacky, isn't it? And that's why it's worth your precious time!

Ingredients

2 oranges

50gm sugar

250ml milk

100gm grated carrot

50gm paneer

20gm milk khoya

Whipped cream and crushed nuts for garnish

Preparation

Cut the orange into 2 halves

Carve out the orange flesh without breaking the skin

Make a pulp of the orange pieces without the white covering

In a thick bottomed pan, cook the carrot in milk and sugar

When the carrot gets cooked well and mushy, add the paneer grated and the milk khoya and mix well

In the end add the pulped orange pieces to this and remove from the fire

Pour this mixture into the carved out orange skin and decorate with whipped cream and nuts

Keep in the fridge to set before serving

You may substitute the carrots with ash gourd and the milk khoya with condensed milk

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