In Dry-Fruit Sause- Fruit Pudding

–An exotic Pre Christmas Sunday Pudding

Step 1. Take 1 apple, 1 orange, a scoop of raisons, few almonds, some walnuts and cashewnuts.

Step 2. Take the dry fruits and dip them full in water for 15 minutes, till you cut the apple and oranges in small parts.

Step 3. Cut the apple and peel the oranges.

Step 4. Cut apple in small parts and cut the oranges with a pair of scissors into very small flakes of oranges.

Step 5. Now after 15 minutes, take water out of bowl with dry-fruits add two serving spoon of cut apples and 1 serving spoon of cut oranges into mixture-grinder. Fruits added with dry fruits to make the sause tastier.

Step 6. Grinde the things in for 1 minute – a coarse mixture shall be formed–Perfect.

Step 7. Take a scoop out from there and put in the bowl.

Step 8. Add a scoop of fruits on top of it then, and put half spoon of sugar on top of this layer.


Step 9. Make layer after layer in bowl. One layer of dry-fruit Sause then 1/2 spoon of sugar then fruits.

Step 10. Layering makes mixing easier– Just put the spatula and spin once and twice, Its done!

Step 11. Serving time- It is sweet and tasty – An exotic Pre Christmas Sunday Pudding

Published by Nidhika

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