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Carrot dessert recipe

Carrot 4 washed, peeled and grated
Almonds 1/4 cup
Condensed milk 1 can
Milk 2 cups
Sugar same amount as carrot paste
Evaporated milk 1 can
Saffron 1 t-spoon
Cashews 1/4 cup
Golden raisins 2-3 t-spoons
Cardamom 2
Soak saffron in little cold milk, and keep it aside.

Soak almonds in hot water for 1 hour.

Peel skin and grind it with grated carrot and milk.

Measure the amount of carrot/almond paste, and keep the same amount of sugar aside.

Cook the carrot/almond mixture in a pan for 5-10 minutes till the flavour comes out.

Add the measured sugar, and let it cook for afew minutes.

Add one can of evaporated milk, and condensed milk(or) regular milk and bring it a boil.

Fry cashews, raisins and cloves in little ghee and add this to the above.

Pound cardamoms, and edible camphor, and add this to the payasam.

 
 

 
 

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