Wishing everyone a Happy Mother’s Day
I have come across everyone wishing their mother, the mothers and to be mother. But when I remember mother, first I just remember of my grandpa – who is the most important cause for what I am today, then my hubby – who has been my everything, then my kids – who is being my energy booster and then grand ma and mom.
Wish Happy Mother’s Day to not only the mothers and to be mother, but to everyone who has showered their motherhood feeling. Mother hood is something more valuable than anything in the world and also that has power to change anything in the world. I also completely agree that everyone has a mother hood with in, spread – love, care and affection to everyone.
Happy Mothers Day
It is said that only a mother can understand her kid, but fortunately I am glad that I have few of friends who understands, trust and stand with me anytime. Happy and being blessed to be with these people who shower their endless affection and care on me.
Every Wednesday I share an Exotic recipe, as of now being summer and the availability of mangoes, jack fruit resulted me in preparing the Mixed Fruits Halwa / Tri-Fruits or Mukkani Halwa. Do chck out my other Halwa Recipes – Banana Halwa, Corn flour Halwa, Badam / Almond Halwa, Wheat Halwa, Carrot Halwa, Beetroot Halwa.
Mukkani Halwa / Tri-Fruits Halwa – Summer recipes – Summer dessert
As the name Mukkani in Tamil literature mentions Mango, Jack fruit and Banana and also together it tastes divine and smells fabulous. I could understand now you drool, so why wait give a try immediately and enjoy the halwa. Taking this to Fiesta Friday #161 hosted by Angie@thenovicegarderner. Let me share the recipe…
- Mango – 1 no
- Bananas – 2 nos
- Jack fruit – 10 nos
- Sugar – 4 tbsp
- Ghee / Clarified butter – 6 tbsp
- Cashew nuts – 10 nos
- Cardamom powder – ½ tsp
Making of Mukkani Halwa / Tri-Fruits Halwa / Summer Fruits Halwa –
- Peel and roughly chop the mangoes into pieces. Peel the bananas and keep it aside.
- Deseed the jack fruits, take 2 jack fruits flesh and thinly slice them into pieces (lengthwise).
- Also, finely chop, a handful of mangoes and bananas into pieces, keep it aside.
- Take the deseeded jack fruits, roughly chopped mangoes and peeled bananas in a mixier and grind it to a fine paste by sprinkling little water, only if needed.
- Heat a heavy bottomed vessel, pour the ground fruit mixture, start stirring them.
- Keep on stirring until it thickens and start turning golden brown in color.
- Add sugar and cardamom powder and stir for few mins or until the sugar gets dissolved in the fruit mixture.
- Start drizzling ghee/clarified butter little by little at this stage and stir well by drizzling ghee at regular intervals until the fruit mixture oozes out the ghee/clarified butter.
- Meanwhile other side, heat a tbsp of ghee/clarified butter, add the cashew nuts and fry until they golden brown.
- Transfer the roasted cashew nuts to the halwa, stir well.
- Grease a bowl with ghee/clarified butter, transfer the halwa to the bowl and level it with the back side of the spoon.
- Wait until it reaches room temperature.
Serve hot or at room temperature.
Note: Make sure that mangoes, jack fruits and bananas should be well ripened, else there would be a complete change in the taste, flavor and color.
Got invite for a food review to Rasovara for the celebration of the arrival of Summer King – Mango. Mangoes are presented in different forms in an array of food from starters till the desserts.
CLICK HERE for review.
This is my second experience of thali meals with most of the foods prepared with mangoes in the same year. I would it’s not only me, but my kids loved a lot. Mango Mastani, Aamras, Mango Lassi was totally enjoyed by us. We took almost 1 ½ to 2 hours to dine, because of the variety of foods and also, we don’t want to miss them.
Food Review – Rasovara, UB city, Bangalore
Celebrating the arrival of Mangoes
Also, the menu is based on rotation and so the dishes keeps changing at certain intervals. Let me share the menu we enjoyed there –
- Khatta Meetha Samosa
- Kairi Kofta Makhani
- Shahi Kairi Malai
- Aam ki Launji
- Mango Ice Tea
- Kairi Panna
- Mango MAstani
- Kairi chilla
- Jaipuri Kairi Papad Bhel
- Khoba Roti
- Mango Dum Biryani
- Mango Nargis Chum chum
- Mango Malpua with Lachha Rabdi
- Raw Mango Pachadi
- Mango Pulissery
- Raw Mango Spicy salad.