A beautifully crafted traditional dessert that originated in the rural areas of Bangladesh. Perfecting the designs of this pitha can definitely take a few attempts, but it's so worth it when you get it right! Ingredients Water 2.5 cups Salt to taste Rice flour 2 cups Oil for kneading and design Use a toothpick or small screw driver for making designs on pitha Directions Bring water to a boil in a medium-sized saucepan. Add salt to taste, stir and mix. Once the water starts to
Puli pitha is one of our favorite desserts of all time. Super easy and quick to make, the results are pretty stunning and not to mention the deliciousness of a crisp pitha that adds to the mix! Ingredients All purpose flour 1 cup Salt to taste Oil 2 tbsp Water 1/4 cup Grated coconut, unsweetened 1 cup Jaggery (Gur) 1/2 cup Cinnamon 1 stick Cardamom 3 pcs Milk 1/4 cup Directions Filling: Heat 1 tbsp of oil in a deep skillet over medium heat, add shredded unsweetened coconut.
Ingredients Filling: Ground coconut 1 cup Melted Jaggery / Gur 1/4 cup Cinnamon 1 stick Cardamom 3 pcs Pitha Dough: Oil 1 tsp Water 1 cup Salt to taste Rice flour 1 cup Milk Ingredients: Milk 1 litre Sugar 1/4 cup Ground coconut 2 tbsp Melted Jaggery / Gur 1/4 cup Directions On a heated pan, add ground coconut, melted jaggery/gur, cinnamon and cardamom. Stir and mix all ingredients together until the mixture becomes slightly sticky. Remove from heat and keep aside to be used
A tasty and delicious rice cake that is also a popular roadside winter food in Bangladesh. Ingredients Rice flour 1 cup Whote wheat flour 1/2 cup Grated narkel 1/4 cup Jaggery/Gur 125 gram Salt to taste Lukewarm water 3/4cup Directions Melt Jaggery (Gur) : Add 1/2 cup water to jaggery, heat it in microwave for 1-2 mins. Strain the melted jaggery to remove the dirt. Dough: In a bowl, add whole wheat flour, rice flour, grated narkel, melted jaggery (gur), salt to taste, lukewar