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pavan kumar

workbench projects pvt ltd

Old-School South-Indian Lollipop

Simple, Ethnic, Flavourful and Interesting South-Indian Home-made lollipop that my parents and grandparents taught me before we were introduced to the candies of the world that came in wrappers. I am also pushing the traditional recipe into unchartered territories perhaps with found ingredients at the venue as well. This lollipop is made from dried tamarind, jaggery, dried red chilli, jeera, fennel, fresh ginger, turmeric, salt all mashed up and made into small sphere on a toothpick or a skewer stick. This can be eaten like a starter or desert. Either ways it’s great for digestion but one per person only as one too many is not advised. I’m sure this will also go well with your beer or a cocktail.

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