Badminton player Lakshya Sen gifts PM Modi ‘Bal Mithai’ from Almora; know more about the sweet

The Prime Minister, while having a telephone interaction with the Indian men’s badminton team following them Historic Thomas Cup victoryHe asked Sen to bring him the sweet dish, and he complied.

“First of all, I would like to thank Lakshya for bringing Bal Mithai Almora to me. I am so grateful that he remembered my little request and acceded to it,” Modi He said while interacting with the Indian battalion.

Sen replied, “…Whenever we get a chance to meet you, it boosts our confidence and we feel so motivated. Even after our phone call, it feels really great for all of us. I’m looking forward to winning more tournaments, meeting you and bringing Pal Mithai for you.”

What is pal meth?

Bal Mithai What is Bal Mithai Where Bal Mithai From Almora Bal Mithai Badminton Player Lakshya Sen Bal Mithai PM Modi Bal Mithai Indian Express News Bal Mithai is the famous dessert from Uttarakhand. It’s a brown, chocolate-like fudge, made with roasted koya and topped with white sugar balls. (Image: Getty/Thinkstock)

As mentioned earlier, Bal Mithai is a sweet dish that resembles brown chocolate candy. Made with roasted khoya sprinkled with white sugar-coated poppy seed balls.

It is very popular in Kumaon area. Mithai is said to have been the invention of Lala Joja Shah of Lal Bazaar, Almora, and experts believe it was the premiere offering to the sun god.

It is a specialty of the Almora region and is prepared by cooking khoya – thickened milk by heating – with cane sugar until it turns dark brown, like chocolate. After that, it is allowed to cool, after which it is cut, mostly in cubes, and then covered with small poppy seeds.

Would you like to try? This is a recipe:

According to this video posted on Chef Kunal KapoorYouTube channel, the name “Bal Mithai” comes from the fact that people in the Almora region refer to poppy seeds as “Pal Al DanaDue to its small size. Keep in mind that khoya can take some time to change color, so it is wise to boil approximately 1 liter of water at a time and prepare a syrup by adding 300 grams of sugar.

Then, while stirring the khoya, and as soon as it turns its color, add 300 g of sugar to it. Keep stirring until completely browned and then add the syrup. When it becomes liquid, let it cool until it hardens. Then add the poppy balls as shown in the video.

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