Kassar 2, A Sweet Offering After Hindu Prayers
Kassar – Prasad
This dish has no English name and it is difficult to translate. It is made as a ‘prasad’ or and after prayer offering, especially in Northern India. It is very easy to make. As it is quite dry, it goes well with another after Prayer offering called Charnamrit. Also see Kassar 1 Serves 15-20.
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