Kangana Ranaut is enjoying her stay at home. Besides taking part in her brother’s pre-wedding festivities, the actor is also reliving her childhood memories.
The Panga actor recently shared a picture of her relishing a zesty murabba or a sweet fruit preserve made of sugar and spices. “Reviving childhood memories at parents house, who all know this murabba?” she wrote on Twitter, alongside pictures of the murabba.
Kangana went on to explain how the murabba was made. “Galgal khatta (citron) mixed with lots of green chillies, fresh coriander, salt and sugar, this will send chills through your nerves in more ways than you can handle ha ha try it,” she added.
Reviving childhood memories at parents house, who all know this murabba? Galgal Khatta ( Citron) mixed with lots of green chillies, fresh coriander, salt and sugar, this will send chills through your nerves in more ways than you can handle ha ha try it ❤️ pic.twitter.com/3YQHXX5TDw
— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) October 23, 2020
Galgal is a fruit belonging to the family of lemons and is rich in vitamin C, and is popularly used to make pickle and jam in Himachal Pradesh, especially during winter.
If you want to try making galgal khatta, here is a recipe you can try, courtesy beingpahadia.com.
100 g – Coriander leaves
2-3 Green chillies
Salt as per taste
Garam masala as per taste
2-3 tbsp – Sugar or jaggery
2 – Galgal
* Grind the coriander leaves, green chillies, salt and garam masala together using a blender or a sil batta.
* To this, add sugar or jaggery and mix well.
* Spread the coriander mixture in an open bowl.
* Peel off the galgal rind and cut it into small pieces. Add these pieces to the coriander paste and mix.
Would you like to try?
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