Dry fruit paag is specially made on Janmashtami. It is prepared as a Prasad for lord Krishna. This sweet is really healthy easy to make and also can be made with very few ingredients. This a traditional recipe Uploaded by admin on 30-Aug-2018. Last edited: 23-Jan-2019
1 cup sugar (250g) 1 cup fox nuts (lotus seeds/ makhana) 1/2 cup chopped dry coconut 1/2 cup grated dry coconut 10-12 chopped almonds 10-12 chopped cashews 1 tbsp raisins (kishmish) 1 tbsp pistachio flakes 1/2 tsp cardamom powder 1 tsp ghee (clarified butter)
Add 1 tsp ghee and roast fox nuts (lotus seeds) on low flame. Transfer in a plate. Add cashews, almonds and dry roast. Add chopped dry coconut and grated dry coconut, roast on low flame. Switch off the flame and add raisins. Transfer in a plate. Add sugar and 50ml water. Prepare one thread sugar syrup. Add roasted dry fruits, cardamom powder in sugar syrup and mix. I have lined a 5inch cake tin with a butter paper. Pour in mould and flatten it. Sprinkle pistachio flakes. Keep aside for 15 minutes. Demold and cut in squares with a sharp knife. Wow!! dry fruit fudge is ready
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