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In your barfi recipe at the web site, http://cooks.ndtv.com/recipe/show/besankibarfi100465, an item called "khoya" is mentioned, but it is not listed with the ingredients. Which dairy product do you recommend and in what quantity?
Query posted by : Andie on 15-Apr-2014

Do ignore the site recipe (I will correct it right away). this is it:Besan Ki Barfi

Besan 2 cups (240 g)
Sugar 1 cup (240 g)
Water 1/2 cup (125 ml)
Ghee 1 cup (240 g)
Blanched and sliced almonds to decorate

Fry the besan in ghee on low flame for about 30 mins till it brown and ghee separates.
Dissolve the sugar into the water over low heat.
When it dissolves, bring to a boil and cook till thick enough--take some between your fingers and pull apart, 2 threads should form.
Add this syrup to the besan and mix well.
Pour this mixture into a greased tray.
When it cools cut into cubes and garnish with the almonds.

first of all love u mom, how to remove the fish skin before the cooking its difficult to remove give me the tip please
Query posted by : sheeba rani on 24-Feb-2014

It is easier to see this done, so here is a link to a site which explains it. It does take a bit of practice and needs a sharp knife:

http://www.eatingwell.com/healthy_cooking/healthy_cooking_101/kitchen_tips_techniques/skinning_fish_fillets

Hello mam,

please i am waiting for your expert advice as to what oven should i invest in microwave with convection or an OTG with turbo fan if i want to use it for baking only.

thanks in advance
Query posted by : ranjita pathak on 23-Jan-2014

I have just answered your query.

Hello mam,

please i am waiting for your expert advice as to what oven should i invest in microwave with convection or an OTG with turbo fan if i want to use it for baking only.

thanks in advance
Query posted by : ranjita pathak on 23-Jan-2014

I was out of town but have just answered your query

Hello mam,
i have been using samsung microwave with convection for cakes and i was very happy with the resultsbut now it is not working and i want to invest in a oven for baking only what should i buy an OTG or a micro with convection as i have heard that in OTG there is too much of uneven heat and the cakes often get too brown from top, please advice me what should i buy primarily for baking.
Query posted by : ranjita pathak on 22-Jan-2014

Yes a micro with convection or just an oven is better.
 
 

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