Chef Sudhakar adds a touch of sweetness to Diwali celebrations.
Dry Fruit Barfi
- 50 gm almond
- 100 gm dates
- 50 gm raisin
- 50 gm cashew nuts
- Take a pan and shallow fry the almonds, raisins and cashew nuts.
Put all these ingredients in mixer jar along with dates.
Grind the ingredients.
- In a food pan, set the mixture.
Leave it for 10 minutes to set.
Once it sets, cut into rectangular pieces and serve.
Ragi and Coconut Laddoo
- 100 gm ragi flour
- 50 gm grated coconut
- 3 tbsp honey
- 20 gm sesame seeds
- In a pan, shallow fry the ragi flour till it becomes slightly brown.
Transfer the flour to a plate and keep it aside to cool down.
- Take ragi flour, add honey and finely grated coconut mixture to it.
Mix all the ingredients in a bowl and make a dough.
- Prepare small round dumplings out of the dough.
Coat the dumplings with roasted sesame seeds.
Chef Sudhakar is attached to the Bheemili Resort managed by Accor Hotel.
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