Wednesday, 1 January 2014

Thiratu Pal - Theratti Pal Recipe - Easy Indian Milk Sweet Recipes

Thiratu pal is a traditional sweet recipe made with milk. Thiratu paal is also called Theratti pal in some places. My mom told that her grandmother used to make this milk sweet recipe for her whenever she went to her house for holidays. It can be made in different ways. Some people will use only jaggery but not sugar. The recipe I have shared here is my mom's grandmother's recipe. You can vary the quantity of the ingredients appropriately to match your taste. As I want to start my first post in this new year with sweet, I am sharing this no fail traditional recipe. You can prepare this thiratu pal and store it for 2-3 days. But you should not touch it with your hands to have long shelf life.

Thiratu Pal - Theratti Pal Recipe - Easy Indian Milk Sweet Recipes

 

Easy Indian Sweet Recipe
Thiratu Pal






Thiratu Pal - Theratti Pal Recipe - Easy Indian Milk Sweet Recipes:

 


Thiratu Paal - Easy Festival recipe


Prep Time: 10 mins  |    Cook Time: 35 mins    | 
Recipe Category : Sweet


Ingredients:

  • Milk - 500ml
  • Sugar - 150g
  • Powdered jaggery - 150g
  • Coconut - 1/2 of a piece grated
  • Cardomom powder - 2 tsp
  • Cashews - 1 tbsp chopped
  • Ghee - 75 ml + 4 tsp
  • Moong dal - 40g


 

 

 

 Instructions:


1. Dry roast moon gal. Saute it till it turns to golden brown color. Take care not to burn it. Cool down and grind it in a mixer to a fine powder. Keep it aside.





2. Grind grated coconut in a mixer for 2 seconds without water. It should not be a fine powder. It is to make thiratu paal a crunchy one. The texture will also look good.






3. Add milk, jaggery, sugar, coconut in a pan. Do not add water.





                                        

4. Once the mixture starts boiling, add moong dal powder and cardomom powder. Stir frequently to avoid the thirattu pal sticking to the pan. Stir it till it becomes non sticky. Switch off once thriatu pal becomes a thick paste or like milk khova. Bubbles will also start coming at this stage. That is the right stage to switch off. The whole process takes 30 - 35 minutes for 500ml milk. Transfer it immediately to the storage container. Pour 3 tsp melted ghee over the thiratu pal.




5. Fry cashews in 1 tsp ghee till they turn to golden brown color. Add it to the thiratu pal.




Thiratu pal is ready to serve. This milk sweet will be very tasty and crunchy. You can add more ghee if you want. Also, you can replace sugar with jaggery. Adjust the quantity according to your taste.

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