Happy Rakhi Purnima is my traditional way of celebrating my own joy.
Rakhi is a colorful, festive rice pudding that is usually served with a cup of tea. It’s usually prepared by boiling rice in a pot of milk and spices (in this recipe, I used coconut milk and green chilies). The pudding is then served in a bowl with a scoop of steamed rice and a garnish of dried fruits.
This recipe, as the name suggests, uses coconut milk, instead of milk. This is more than okay because the pudding has a nice creaminess to it. I used the same coconut milk as the other recipes, just that this is a slightly heavier pudding when it comes to the coconut and rice.
This recipe uses coconut milk. But the coconut milk is not really your cup of tea. It’s a little less savory when poured over a cake.
But the coconut milk is in a lot of the recipes, so I think it’s okay. I used the same coconut milk that the other recipes used, and I think it does make a difference. The only thing I don’t like about this recipe is that the coconut milk is too watery. The coconut milk is too heavy to eat with the rice.
Yes, that’s a common reaction of the people eating this recipe.
The recipe makes a good breakfast and a good lunch. It’s really hard to describe the flavor of this recipe and its pretty sweet. I personally would have kept the coconut milk at the bottom of the recipe.
I think the coconut milk is pretty sweet, but it’s not that sweet. I love it.
The only thing I can think is that the rice is too watery, and I dont like rice with coconut milk.
So why do we keep making this recipe? As a rule, we have to make sure there is a small amount at a time, so that we don’t have to make the rice, or take it out of the refrigerator. I personally like to cook rice. Once you start cooking the rice, you can make a lot of rice, but if it’s not too light, you can easily make other rice that you like.