Amtis are simple to make and along with some hot rice they make one of the best homely comfort foods. Here are 3 recipes that are not just tasty but also get made with minimum time and effort. Perfect fare for a hurried vegetarian weekday meal
Menu: Tur Dal Amti
1 small packet of goda masala
1 fresh coconut
250 grams of jaggery
500 grams of roasted peanuts
1 small packet of kokum
For faster preparation
Pressure cook the dal and set aside. Soak the pigeon pea for batatyachi amti. Grind the peanuts and set aside.
How to go about it
Start with batatyachi amti. Then tur dal amti. Finish with shegdanyachi amti.
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