Mohan Thal(Roasted Gramflour Fudge) - a Sindhi Sweet

"I am very fond of this, so is my Dad. When I was little, I used to watch my Grandma make this. She was very good at cooking. Don't let the name put you off; please try this. It will be your favourite! This is a very versatile sweet that can be served with any of the meals as a dessert or at tea time as a delectable sweet to enjoy by the side. This recipe is from the Weekend magazine dated January 3rd'2003. Enjoy!"
 
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  • Heat the larger quantity of ghee in a pan on medium flame.
  • When it melts, stir in the gramflour.
  • Roast it till it turns chocolate brown in colour.
  • Stir in milk.
  • In a pot on the side, prepare the sugar-water syrup till it has 3 string consistency.
  • To prepare the syrup, heat water in the pot.
  • Then add sugar and keep stirring till it forms a three-string consistency, i.e., it should be very thick.
  • Add this sugar-water syrup to the gramflour mixture and mix it really well.
  • Cook until the sugar mixture has blended well in the gramflour mixture and become thick.
  • Pour the entire mixture on the greased thali.
  • While it is still hot, sprinkle poppy seeds over the sweet.
  • Let it cool completely and set well.
  • Cut into small pieces and serve.
  • Enjoy!
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  1. Charishma_Ramchanda
    I am very fond of this, so is my Dad. When I was little, I used to watch my Grandma make this. She was very good at cooking. Don't let the name put you off; please try this. It will be your favourite! This is a very versatile sweet that can be served with any of the meals as a dessert or at tea time as a delectable sweet to enjoy by the side. This recipe is from the Weekend magazine dated January 3rd'2003. Enjoy!
     
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