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Sandesh

Written By Srimathi Mani on Monday, August 4, 2014 | 6:09 PM

Back to blogging after a while. Just got a first hand experience of having my blog being hacked. It was scary as initially I had no clue as to what was happening to the blog. After great thought I decided to log into the admin page and to figure out what was happening. For some reason one post got over 50,000 visitors in a day and that was odd to start with. If you see this happening to your posts keep an eye on it, remove the post for sometime and maybe that will help.Also changing your pass word is what really matters to protect your computer and your blog. I contacted google and I do not know if they fixed it for me or something magical happened, my blog was fine yesterday.

Anyways, I made this sandesh to celebrate the comeback of my blog. It is such a relief I must add to be able to share what I love creating. The recipe is from my family folder, my aunt Saroja manni gave it to me 6 years ago and I found it when I was looking through my recipes. A simple sweet very special to me and super easy to make. For all those milk sweet lovers, here is one Bengali sweet for you to prepare. 




Gadgets:

Frying Pan
Spatula
Measuring Cups and Spoons
Grater

Ingredients:

Freshly Prepared Paneer - 1 cup
Sugar - 3 tbsps
Cardamom - 3 pods powdered
Saffron - a generous Pinch
Pistachios - a few

Preparation:


1. Heat the stove to medium heat. Add fresh paneer, sugar and mix well. Allow it to cook for 10 minutes until all the liquid and wetness disappears.

2. Add saffron and cardamom powder and mix well.

3. Allow to cool, using your palms take a small portion of the sandesh and roll it within your palms, until they form a smooth ball. Press it into mini tart mold to form shapes.

4. Grate pistachios and place them in the fridge in an air tight container for the sandesh to set before serving. 

3 comments:

  1. Good to hear that the problem is solved! Yes, it would have been scary ..
    And this is one of my fav sweets and the pic looks extremely tempting :)

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    1. Thank you for your nice comment. It is a relief to get back to blogging.

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  2. That is really scary. Glad the problem is resolved. Pressing sandesh in tart molds is a neat idea. They look cute.

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