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Sree Krishna Janmashtami Special – Chococlate Toffee Wrap

Today is very precious day …some one special was born Born to fight against inhumanity Born to save the trust in God... Happy Krishna Janamashtami. With all our Bengali traditional sweets that we made on Janmashatami like taler bora and malpuas, this year I tried to make a little different fusion sweet chocolate toffee wrap. It’s very easy to make and I am telling you it’s awesomely delicious not too sweet but full of surprises. I am sure with kids the grown ups will love this yummy chocolate wrap too.

 In Krishna Janmashtami, I find a spiritual aspect of this sweets. The sweet and tangy mango fruit leather is like naughty sweet Krishna leela, inside is soft and sweet white cheese ball like our sweet Radhaji who is the embodiment of unconditional love. When you understand  Krishna leela's and fill your heart with unconditional love for all you will be surprised suddenly you will reach the supreme bliss of Lord Krishna who will down pour unending happiness forever.This is just a simple though share for Janmashtami.
 Never mind if you forget all my thought share just remember this is a very delicious quick to made Chocolate Toffee wrap. So enjoy!

Preparation time : 10 minutes
Serves : 5 

Ingredients : 
100 grm paneer / Indian cottage cheese
10  chocolate toffe 
1tbsp castor sugar 
1 tsp rose water
1 cheese cube grated
10 thin sheet ammsattva/ mango fruit leather/ Mamidi Tandra or mango jelly

Methods of Cooking :
Take paneer in flat surface. Mash the paneer with the end of your palm add grated cheese , castor sugar, rose water. Mix the whole mixture well with the end of your palm mashing and mixing. Make a soft smooth dough. Now make equal size 10 small balls from this dough. Take a chocolate toffee stuff it inside each small ball and make cylindrical shape . Wrap this chocolate toffee stuffed in Indian cheese ball with thin sheet of ammsattva/ mango fruit leather.Yummy super delicious chocolate toffee wrap is ready.

Happy Cooking!


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