|Published||Cooking Time||25 Minutes|
|Recipe Type||Desserts/Sweets||Preparation Time||10 Minutes|
|Ingredient||Rice||Standing Time||25 Minutes|
Narali Bhaat is a typical Maharashtra preparation. Naral means coconut and bhaat is rice in Marathi. This preparation is made as a "naivedya" for Narali Poornima. It can be enjoyed almost as a dessert. Many times Indian festival meals includes a sweet rice dish and this one is particularly festive.
Recipe of NARALI BHAT
|Ghee/ Clarified Butter||2||Tablespoons|
|Freshly Ground Coconut||100||Grams|
|Hot Water As Needed|
2. Add 1 tbsp ghee in a hot pan, add ground coconut paste and sauté well for few minutes.
3. Add the soaked rice, raisins, cashew nuts and pinch of salt (it increases the taste of sweet dishes). Mix the entire ingredients and sauté the rice nicely. Add hot water and allow the rice to cook. When the moisture get slightly reduced,
4. add powdered jaggery, cardamom powder, cover and cook over a slow flame until the rice is completely done.
5. Narali Bhat is ready to serve.