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This is what you’ll need

Dried Kokum: 15 petals

Garlic: 4 cloves

Green chillies: 2

Coconut: 2 cups (grated)

Water: 2-3 cups

Salt to taste

Let’s get cooking

1. Soak the kokum petals in 1 cup of hot water.

2. Grind the coconut, garlic and green chillies coarsely.

3. Then add 2 glasses of water and grind again. Strain and remove thick coconut milk.

4. Add some more water and take out thin coconut milk.

5. Lightly crush the soaked kokum and then drain into a bowl to get a clear liquid.

6. Mix this along with the thick coconut milk add salt and if too thick add some of the thin coconut milk.

7. Garnish with chopped coriander leaves and serve.

Approximate preparation time: 15 minutes

Serves: 4

* Goes well with rice and fried fish.
*Can be had as a drink as well. Good coolant.



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