Make your Rakshabandhan special with this famous dessert of Uttarakhand
Only one day is left for the holy festival of Rakshabandhan. This festival is going to be celebrated on Monday. On this day, the sister ties a rakhi on the wrist of her brother and also feeds him sweets. On the occasion of this Raksha Bandhan, you can feed your brother by making them famous Bal sweets of Uttarakhand. Bal Mithai is a famous dessert of Almora District of Uttarakhand. This country is very famous in the world. This time due to Corona contamination, it is being advised to reduce the use of things outside your residence. If you are also thinking of making sweets at home, then you can easily make Bal sweets at home. So let's know about the method of making Bal dessert.
Ground sugar - 500 grams
Sugar - 500 grams
Khoya / Mawa - 1.5 kg
Tetric acid - ten grams
Milk - half cup
Poppy seeds - fifty grams
Ghee - 1/2 tsp
Water - 1 liter
First you have to prepare sugar syrup. To prepare syrup, boil sugar, tetric acid and water in a pan on low heat. After the sugar dissolves, add milk to it. Cook well until the sugar syrup thickens. After that take half the syrup out of the pan and keep it in another vessel.
In the second stage you have to prepare chocolate barfi. To make chocolate barfi, you have to add mawa and sugar powder to the pan. You have to roast it on low heat. It has to be roasted till it becomes dark brown. After the solution becomes thick, take a plate of deep fry and spread the solution in it. Let it cool down for a while. After cooling, cut it into the barfi shape.
In the third stage you have to make Bal grains. To make Bal granule, heat the remaining syrup in a pan on low heat. After this, put the poppy seeds in the syrup. When these are set on the syrup, take them out in a plate.
In the last stage, you have to roll Barfi in a rash. In these 4 simple steps, your Bal will become sweet.