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    As it is a petroleum by product I want to avoid using commercial petroleum jelly (Vaseline). Found this recipe on http://www.onegoodthingbyjillee.com/2012/04/make-your-own-petroleum-free-jelly.html. Thank you Jillee!!

    Recipe #494726

    I got this recipe from my FIL. We could not stop eating this wonderful stuff :)

    Recipe #470954

    This sweet dish is the perfect sweet that you would buy in South India. It transports me to the sweet shops in India where they are made with pure ghee (clarified butter). Almost everyone of my American friends asks for this easy and delicious recipe!!! If you like cheesecake you will LOVE this sweet. I learned to make this from my wonderful MIL!!

    Recipe #462853

    Cobbarannam--spells coconut rice in Telugu (a language of India). My Mom and Nanis (grandmothers) made this for special days like birthdays, anniversaries and even Christmas :) They served it with chicken curry!! Yum!! Whole spices may be used for making the dish but are removed before eating.

    Recipe #394995


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