(squeeze grated Bottle Gourd to remove excess water)
Milk ½ cup
Milk Khoya (Mawa) grated 100 gm
Sugar 100 gm
Cashew Nuts ½ cup
Almonds 2 tbsp
Dry Black Grapes (Black Raisins) 1 tbsp
Cardamom granules Powder 1 ts
Nutmeg Powder 1 ts
Dry Ginger Powder 1 tbsp
Heat Ghee in a pan. Add Aloe Vera and semi fry it. Add grated Bottle Gourd and continue frying on low-medium flame. When moisture of Bottle Gourd gets burnt and starts to look drying, add Milk and cook for some minutes until Milk gets evaporated, add Milk Khoya, Sugar, Cashew Nuts, Almonds, Black Raisins, Cardamom Granules Powder, Nutmeg Powder, Dry Ginger Powder. Keep mixing very well while continue cooking on slow-medium flame until it becomes a soft lump.
Remove in a serving bowl.
Garnish with pieces of Cashew Nuts, Almonds and Black Raisins.
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Take Amaranth Flour in a bowl. Add Sesame Seeds and Salt. Mix well. Add Oil and mix well. Knead stiff dough adding littler water slowly as needed. Keep a side for 8-10 minutes. Meanwhile prepare stuffing.
Take all listed ingredients for stuffing in a bowl. Crush boiled Raw Banana while mixing everything very well.
Roll 2 or 3 thin and round chapatti of prepared dough. Spread prepared stuffing on each chapatti one bye one. Roll chapatti to wrap stuffing. Cut prepared rolls in small pieces.
Heat Oil to deep fry. Deep fry all pieces to light brownish. Turn over pieces while deep frying to fry them all around.
Optionally, arrange few Bhakharwadi on a serving plate. Pour Green Chutney spreading over them.
Serve Hot for its best taste.
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