Monday, April 21, 2008

Watalappan



Ingredients
2 cups Thick Coconut Milk
1/2 lb Brown Sugar
4 Eggs
Pinch Cardamoms (Optional)
3 Cloves (Optional)
Raisins, Cashew,

Beat the eggs in a mixer. Add the coconut milk, brown sugar
cardamoms and cloves to the beaten eggs mix well. Add the mixture into a pot
and steam for 20 minutes. Add raisins.
Altrenatively the mixture can be added into multiple small aluminum
bakimg foils and then steamed. The time required for steaming is about 5-10
minutes for this method

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