Monday, 31 December 2012
Moz Ka Metha
This year blogging took a back seat. Was too busy in last few months that i didn't post anything. Only 36 posts were posted compared to last year's 57 posts. Hope this coming year i will be active in blogging. This year i completed 4 years of blogging (personal blog) and Jan 26th next year i will complete 4 years in food blog. Learnt a lot from the fellow bloggers about different cuisines. By seeing you all I got guts to attempt the recipes which i would not have done it without seeing your recipes or the pictures or reading your post.
A big thanks to all my friends,bloggers and readers...
Ending this year with a dessert a true hyderabadi style of serving desert after a sumptuous meal. Moz Ka Metha which means Banana sweet. This is a authentic recipe from Hyderabad and calls for very few ingredients similar to Kubani ka Metha and Double Ka metha. Here goes the recipe :-
Sweetened condense milk 1 tin (medium)
Milk 1 cup
Ripe Banana 2
Ghee 1 tbsp
Cardamom powder 1 tsp
Saffron few strands soaked in warm milk
Pistachio few (soaked and skin peeled)
In a non stick deep pan take condense milk and milk and let it cook for 10-12 minutes on low flame.
Meanwhile slice banana pieces and slightly roast banana pieces with 1 tbsp of ghee into light brown colour.
After 10-12 minutes of cooking slowly add banana pieces into milk. Let it cook for 5-6 minutes. Check if banana pieces are soft enough. They should not be over cooked.
Once banana pieces are soft enough and the milk has thicken remove from the stove.
Add cardamom powder and saffron strands along with milk.
Sprinkle pista on top and chill until you serve it.
It taste very good if it is chilled.
Serve chilled after a sumptuous lunch/dinner.
HAVE A WONDERFUL NEW YEAR