Rajbhog and Kalingadachi Fod Recipe in Marathi

Rajbhog Ingredients:
Milk - 1 litre
Sugar - 2 bowls
Almond, Pistachios
Water - 5 cups

Rajbhog Recipe:

MAKING PANEER - Heat milk in a deep pan and prepare paneer (cottage cheese) by adding vinegar to it. Take it off the stove and discard the water. Place paneer in a cloth and let the residual water drain from it. Knead paneer well.

MAKING SUGAR SYRUP - In a pan, prepare sweet syrup using water and sugar.

Add the lemon yellow food color to the paneer and knead it again. Make small balls and stuff them with pieces of almond and pistachios. Put them into the sugar syrup, cover and let them boil for 8-10 minutes.

Garnish this Rajbhog with silver leaf (varka).

Kalingadachi Fod Ingredients:

Cashews, Sugar, Raspberry, Red Food Color, Green Food Color

Kalingadachi Fod Recipe:
Boil cashews and dry them. Grind to a paste.

Prepare sugar syrup and add the cashew paste. Once cooked, remove from stove.

As the mixture cools down, divide it into three parts. Add green food color to one part and red food color to the second. Knead all parts well separately. Take the colorless part and stuff it with the red mixture, shaping into balls. Stuff these balls into the green mixture, while retaining the round shape. Keep these colored balls aside for 4 hours. Slice them across the center and you will get pieces in watermelon colors. Finish up with sticking cardamom seeds.


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