Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Theritipal - Almost everyone loves it

I too thought I would start this blog with a sweet that almost everyone loves but then its the most time consuming. I still remember the days before the festivals when my mom used to spend hours inside the kitchen making theritipal. After getting married my mother in law taught me this easiest way to make them. Guess what it just takes 5 mintues to prepare and the yummiest theritipal is ready.

Ingredients:

1 can condensed milk
2 table spoons milk
2 table spoons curd

Method:

Open the can of condensed milk and transfer it to a big microwaveable bowl. Add 2 table spoons of milk and curd and mix them properly. Place the bowl in the microwave and turn on high for 5 minutes. That's it and your theritipal is ready in a jiffy! Do try it out people you will definitely not miss anything on the taste aspect....i Bet!

15 comments:

  1. Wow, this sounds really easy. I am surely going to try this out exactly the way you've mentioned. Am I supposed to microwave it for 5 minutes on high? Settings apply for these apartment microwaves too, right? I will try with a smaller portion first and see how it comes... thanks vidya.

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  2. Yes on High for 5 minutes. Maybe you can just keep it for 3 minutes first and then accordingly put it on for one more minute. It really comes out like the Aavin theratipal which we all buy.

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  3. Surely sounds sema easy. Will try this out during Vishu or Varsha Pirappu for sure :)

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  4. hey girls this is going great:). Ask uma subbu ishu and all also to read these esp uma:)

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  5. Thanks manni.........you also start contributing it will be great fun too

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  6. Mom, we are planning to build it up to a few recipes and then circulate the link. Meanwhile as Vids pointed out, you also contribute your bit. Vids oda punai per parthiya, nalaki aduvum sooooper ah samaikum po ;)

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  7. yeah i did notice:0 guess i also need to keep one nice ''name'' let me think..............

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  8. How about "amma's kurripugal" :D

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  9. gawd! this is good. i'm drooling already. as a reader i'd like more of the traditional recipes. the stuff that is not so common or cooked like once in a great blue moon. guess aunty will have all those...

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  10. RDXxxxxxxx! Did you see the pics? I tried it out too! Subbu has taken a small box with him for lunch, lol. Well, I'm trying to coax mum into contributing, she's caving in slowly.

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  11. Hei Akshara and Rumsie... This recipe is tooooo cooool... I tried it out today.... and man this is mind blowing.... yummmmy... and very very easy... with ur permission am gonna mention this recipe in my blog as well :D...am waiting to call amma and tell her about this :D....

    But I had to take it out every 2 minutes... bcos it was pongifying... mebbe shd have used a bigger bowl... but then 5 mins la pal khoa ready..... sooooooooooooooper...

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  12. Thanks Saki. Yes here in the US as the microwaves have diff power ranges i think we have to take it out every 2 min. In mine with a bigger vessel and 5 min it comes out just fine :)

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  13. Yeah Sangee, I had to stir it every 1.5 minutes. I finally added some ghee and cooked it for a minute more. Isn't it the easiest? :) Of course you can mention it in your blog :) Glad you liked it.

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  14. oh my god ramya i just noticed this sad tin of condensed milk sitting in my fridge and i thought y not try this n i dint believe how amazing it turned out... yum yum yummmmmmmmm.... really cool that u can actually save so much of time instead of stiring the traditional way... have 2 tell my mom right away about this trick ;)

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  15. glad you tried and like it Jen. Indeed the easiest way to make a lovely sweet.

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