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It is called:
If oranges or clementines are used: “sandheko suntala”
If grapefruits are used “sandheko bhagate”
If both are used: “sandhiko bhagate ra suntala”
I have used clementines to make this recipe. Any citrus fruits can be used. And instead of using sesame seeds, use ground sesame which is also available in stores.
- 6 to 7 clementines (1 ½ cup)
- ¼ cup yogurt (whole or fat free)
- 3 tablepoons sugar
- 2 tablespoons sesame seeds or ground sesame (black or brown)
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- ¼ teaspoon red chili (optional)
- ¼ teaspoon cumin seeds (optional)
- ¼ teaspoon fenugreek seeks
- 1 generous pinch of turmeric powder
- 1 teaspoon oil
- In a pan roast sesame seeds, stirring frequently so that it does not get burnt. Once it starts popping, put it in a small plate or bowl.
- Add cumin seeds in the pan and roast for 30 seconds.
- Grind the roasted sesame and cumin seeds.
- Peel and cut clementines circumference wise, separate segments and put in a bowl.
- Add ground sesame and cumin
- Add yogurt, salt and sugar and mix.
- Heat oil in a pan and splutter fenugreek seeds until brown.
- Take the pan off the range and add turmeric in the oil
- Pour the hot oil on the clementines and mix again.
Ready for serving.