FRUIT -SAGO HALWA


I was forced to make this recipe,as the papaya

which was left to ripen,failed.

It remained 3/4th ripe for many days.

Impatience and curiosity set,and I cut open the

adamant fruit.😀

Too much for a salad,so I decided to make this

halwa which could be kept for a few days.

Had soaked sabudana for breakfast ,so took a

cupful and ground it to a paste to add instead

of corn flour .

The time spent to make this was rewarded with

an excellent taste.The taste excelled better by

the day .

So,do try this fruity sweet and send in your

experiences .

INGREDIENTS

1 medium sized papaya ( peeled and cut)

2 bananas

1/2 pineapple ( cored and cubed)

1 cup soaked sago ground to a paste

1.5 cup sugar ( or to your taste)

1 cup ghee+2 tbsp coconut oil

A pinch of edible camphor ( optional)

A pinch of salt

1 tsp cardamom powder

Handful of cashewnuts

Few raisins or dates

METHOD

•First blend all the fruits to a paste.

•Heat half of the ghee in a non-stick or thick

bottomed kadai.

•Add the fruit pulp with salt,and cook for 10

minutes .

•Next add the sago,and the rest of the

ingredients ,except the ghee.

•Cook till the mixture is thick ,adding the rest of

the ghee at intervals .

•The mixing,and thickening will take about

35-45 minutes.

• The mixture should form into one lump.

•Grease a tray and pour mixture.

•Smear a little ghee on top,and allow to cool

completely,and cut .

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MIXED FRUIT JUICE


Today i will be sharing a fruit juice .This contains a mix of pineapple,papaw,mango and

banana .You can add orange  or lime for a variation.

You could serve this  with  ice -cream  and jelly too.Kids who fuss about fruit juices will

surely love it.

So let’s get into the simple recipe now.

INGREDIENTS

1 cup pineapple cubes

1 cup ripe papaw cubes

1 banana

1 ripe mango pieces

a pinch of salt

Honey or any sweetner you prefer

water (if you like it light )

METHOD

Blend all together and serve chilled if you prefer .