Time flies, I say.. We are in the Third Week of Blogging Marathon 20. This week my theme is Kid Delight : Potluck . One this occasion I have to mention about the wonderful lady Srivalli, who is also a good friend of mine. I admired her for the amount of energy she has to maintain, three blogs, a full time job , cooks a variety of dishes and runs various events in her blog. She is famous for the various Melas that she hosts. To mention a few, Dosa Mela Indian Thali Mela, Kababs Mela . I draw my inspiration from her. One of her events is Kids Delight Event. Its been Four Years since this lovely event was started. To celebrate it , Srivalli is hosting a Potluck Party at her blog. Do check and join in for the party. Kudos to you Valli. May you have many more anniversaries to celebrate.
My post for the day is the ever versatile and traditional Thiratu Paal. This is not only for Kids, but also for grown up kids at home, who cannot stop with one spoon of this. Simple to make, but you need a little patience to get this amazing sweet.
Milk - 2 litres
Sugar - 3 cups
Take the milk in a heavy bottomed wok
Keep continuously stirring to avoid the milk from boiling over
When the milk has reduced to about 1/3 of the quantity
(This will take about an hours time)
Add the sugar to the milk and keep stirring
After you have added sugar, ensure that the Thiratu Paal is mixed well to avoid burning at the bottom
When the milk changes color and becomes a semi solid consistency, remove from fire and store it in a separate box
This amazing sweet that I love a lot, is being served at Blogging Marathon and at Kid Delight : Potluck