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« on: September 08, 2007, 09:05:09 AM »

2 cups fine semolina (fine cracked wheat)
1 cups fine grain sugar
1 finely grated coconut
7-8 cardamoms, finely ground
25 grams raisins, washed and dried
25 grams small pieces of cashew nuts
cup cold milk

Roast the grated coconut slightly in a non stick pan. Remove it on to a big plate and leave it for some
time. Heat the non stick pan again on a medium flame. Add some butter or ghee when it is hot. Add
semolina, and stir often until the semolina is golden. Pour this into the big plate and mix it well with
sugar, coconut, cardamom powder, raisins and cashew nut pieces. Add the milk and mix again
thoroughly. Roll the ladoos with wet handsabout the size of a golf ball while the mixture is still hot. The
mouth-watering ladoos are now ready to be eaten by young and old for that extra energy.
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« Reply #1 on: September 18, 2007, 02:13:56 PM »

Dear Sarah,

my name is Jonas Pariente, I'm a French documentary filmmaker based in NYC, and I'm currently preparing a film on the Bene Israel community still living in India (shooting Spring 2008).

I am obviously very interested in the Bene Israel culture and tradition, and considering you have posted several pots of recipes on the Jews of India forum page I thought I would contact you.

Do you live in the US?
If so, I would be delighted to meet you Smiley

If not, maybe we could talk on the phone. I would be really interested in hearing your opinion about the transmission of Bene Israel culture.

I look forward to hearing from you

Best regards & Shana Tova !

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