2 cups of cotton seeds (paruthi)
1 cup raw rice
1 cup jaggery
1 tsp dry ginger powder (chukku)
1 tsp cardamom powder
1 cup thick coconut milk
Step 1 – Wash the cotton seeds and rice well and soak them separately in water overnight.
Step 2 – Once soaked, drain the water and grind both the ingredients into a smooth paste.
Step 3 – Strain the milk from this ground paste. Boil the strained milk in a pan for 8 to 10 mins on low flame. Keep stirring until it thickens.
Step 4 – Add jaggery, cardamom and dry ginger powder and mix well.
Step 5 – Mix the coconut milk with the mixture and switch off the flame. Serve hot.
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