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Traditional mithai made more traditional with kesar milk masala
- Combine the water, milk masala and sugar in a deep kadhai and boil it to make one thread consistency syrup.
- Mix all the ingredients and make a thin flowing batter.
- Heat ghee in around 9" tall vessel. Fill the vessel with ghee for deep frying up to 4".
- Once the ghee is ready for frying. Pour the batter in a thin continuous stream in to the ghee.
- Follow the center line. Mesh will be formed. Fry it until set. Drain and keep aside.
- Dip the ghevar in the above prepared sugar syrup and place it on a wire rack to let the excess drip off.
- Do not leave the ghevar soaking in syrup.
- Just dip it and take it off. Handle carefully so that ghevar doesn't break.
- It is delicate, brittle and has a mesh formation.
- Garnish it with milk masala and serve fresh with hot dal-rice.
This recipe was contributed by damyantiben on 15 Nov 2012
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