It is one of those traditional desserts from West Bengal, India which made our childhood memories sweeter and turns our present day bit sad for its absence. It is rarely available now; nobody makes them at home except if you are lucky enough to have your grandmother around. But some kind enough (??) sweet shops make these kind of signature sweets on special occasions like Makar Sankranti. But everything has a price tag. And not to mention these shops keep the fair part of the price for the sake of tradition.
So why not try Dudh Puli or Doodh Puli this year at home? Here is the traditional recipe of Dudh Puli or Doodh Puli for you all.
Boiling hot water: ¼ cup + extra (if necessary)
Once you notice jaggery-coconut mixture is not sticking to the pan any more, increase the flame to medium and stir non-stop for 1-2 mins. Switch off the flame sprinkle and transfer immediately into a flat wide palate to cool off.