Friday, March 20, 2009

Microwave - Instant Theratti Pal / Pal Khoa

Kake just loves this so much... I still remember... 1st day of every month, amma used to get us Aavin Pal khoa... and we kids used to loooooooove this... I even chewed the paper to get to the last bit of pal khoa...

Making Theatti Pal / Pal Khoa always was a laborius process... amma had to reduce litres and litres of milk for hours and hours together to make a cup of pal khoa... And poor thing.. even before she knew... it would all be gone.. :)

Got this recipe from Rums n Akshara's blog... and I just loved it... Thank you gals... Mr. B was so happy when I gave him a sweet surprise this evening... I have been boasting about this to mom n mil... and asking them to try it out... now that they have a microwave at home...
What they used
1 can of sweetened condensed milk
2 tablespoons of milk
2 tablespoons of curd

How they made it
Mix all the ingredients and microwave on high for 5 -6 minutes.... Yep and thats it...Lickalicious Theratti pal....Ready !!!

That was amazingly simple... but is mindblowing... you get the authentic taste of Aavin Pal khoa... yummmmmm...

Tricks:

1. You might want to remove it every 2 minutes or so, stir it and put it back in the microwave, lest it might overflow.
2. Use a big microwave bowl, so that the mixture doesnt flow out when it boils.

12 comments:

  1. Sangee...
    Your recipes are all soooooo mouth-watering. Me and Anu have become huge fan of ur fried rice recipe in particular. Keep up the good work !!

    p.s: Am just leaving to buy condensed milk to try out the thiratti paal..

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  2. Hei Nat...hehe... thanks a bunch..ensaaaiii...

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  3. dear saki,with the help of ur recipie my daughter who is in sydney made thirattipal and it came out well --she showed her preparation in skype and it was mouth -watering.more than ur recipie ur story about each is interesting.good,keep it up.

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  4. i'm looking forward for bisibela bath.

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  5. Hi Ms. Rajalakshmi... nice to hear that your daughter tried the recipe...I will post the recipe of Bisibela bath soon... have to get my pictures in place [:)]...

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  6. wow this is cool... hubby loves this but as u said its too laborious to make... gonna try this coming weekend :)

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  7. hei monika... try it and let us know how it turned... believe me u will love it :)

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  8. it came out fab-u-louso....
    for the easy method that it is it tastes gud..
    Thanks a ton 4 sharing...

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  9. linked u up in my post... this has become almost a regular at my house now :) thanks a ton

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  10. Hi Suja & Monika...

    Glad you liked it... Enjjjoooiii :)

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  11. Loved it!! Was totally yummy & so quick & simple!! Thank you for sharing & God Bless!

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