Kanji water (Rice Soup) – 2 cups
Melted Jaggery – 2 table spoons
Cardamom powder – ¼ teaspoon
Cumin seed (Small Jeera) powder – ¼ teaspoon
Pure organic ghee – 1 to 2 table spoon
Scraped coconut – 2 table spoons
Salt – 1 pinch
Cashew nut – 1 Table spoon
Pour Kanji water in a bowel, add coconut and mix well and add rest of the ingredients except cashew nut, cumin seed and cardamom as shown in picture.
Pour the mixture in a nonstick pan (my grandma was using brass vessel) stir well, bring it to a boil then simmer the stove and keep on stirring the mixture until it turns thick and leaves the sides of the pan; then add roasted cashew nuts, cumin and cardamom; remove it from the fire and serve warm.
You can also keep it in fridge and chill it if you like. It’s a simple fast and healthy dish which is very delicious. After straining the rice instead of throwing out the rice water you can make this delicious dish. It sounds simple and silly but once you make it, you will always want to make this dish because it’s too tasty.
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