So InShaAllah, looking forward to doing the maximum I can in the coming days… 🙂
This is not the first time I am appearing on Jehanne’s space. When my blog was a baby, hardly four months old, she invited me for a guest post. I can easily say that she is the first good friend that I have made through blogging and InShaAllah, wish to cherish this friendship as long as the journey goes. I have always been vocal about my friendship with her. Even though we have never met, with plans to meet never materializing thanks for the distance of space and time between us, I have always felt as though I am communicating with somebody who has known me since childhood. If blogging has made me believe in the goodness of people, then one of the first reasons is definitely Jehanne. JazakAllah Khairan dear, for having me around at your space for a second time, it does mean a lot to me, in all sense…
Trying to rack my head as to what to give Jehanne, finally I decided on something that is really very simple. Nothing much of a recipe, but loads of memories… To catch up on the recipe and more about the post, do hope on to Jehanne’s space.
Don’t worry, will definitely come up with a nice long post to celebrate this little occasion of the blog very soon… do stay tuned for that! 🙂
- 1 cup milk
- 1 cup thin coconut milk
- 2 tsp arrowroot powder/ kookapodi
- A pinch of cardamom powder (optional but highly recommended)
- A pinch of salt
- 2 tbsp sugar
- Combine all the ingredients in a thick bottomed saucepan and keep on low flame. Stir now and then till the mixture becomes boiled and starts to thicken slightly – the consistency will change from watery to glossy.
- Switch off and serve warm!
Do not add more than 1 tsp of arrowroot powder per cup of liquid added. Arrowroot thickens and starts acting similar to corn flour and too much of it will give a “kurukku” (thick mixture) instead of “kaachiyathu”!