Turned out great except for it tasted a little of urad dal flour(oops! I added a little extra of it:(). Neverthless it was awesome and there werent any leftovers and my husband loved it!! Thanks for your wonderful tips:)
NO strings, just warm up the syrup --DK
That was such a sweetest thing to say. Made my krishna jayanthi even special. I am humbled and can't thank you enough for making me a small part of your festivities. :)--DK
No padham. Just warming the jaggery syrup. This recipe, the way my mom makes is the easiest and the tastiest I know :) --DK
I just noticed keerthi that you wrote the feedback in the "About" section of Chef In You. You are supposed to click "I Made This" button in this recipe. Here is the link - http://chefinyou.com/i-made-this/?recipeid=1688. Click the link and copy paste the same feedback and upload the picture (which looks delicious by the way:)) in here. It will display under this recipe :)
I think it has to do with the consistency of the dough. It should be perfectly pliable - must be moist yet not sticky. If that's achieved then it wont fall apart. Of course, the ratio of the ingredients also matter - that's for all such recipes in general to maintain the science behind it :) If I come across any other reason will update this space for sure.
You can follow the same method as given in the recipe for this to work...:) Hope you get it bang on this time :) Happy janmashtami
LOLLLLLLLL! I couldnt stop smiling. This is such a huge compliment - have to flaunt it to my mom!:) I am less than even half of most of the grandmas age :) - DK