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CARBON DE REYES: Spanish SWEET COAL recipe (Christmas gift for the naughty ones!)

In Spain it is thought that the 3 Kings (or the 3 Wise Men) bring the Christmas gifts. While good kids get nice presents, naughty ones get some coal lumps (Carbon de Reyes) for Christmas.

In reality, nobody gives real coal as a Christmas gift, but if you have some naughty ones at home, why not surprise them with the sweet & homemade version of this Christmas tradition? Interested? Then, let’s begin! 🙂

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Ingredients (5 portions) For the first mixture: – 1 egg white – 5ml lemon juice – 1 tea spoon of black food coloring gel – 200 gr powdered sugar For the syrup: – 150 ml water – 350 gr granulated sugar ¡Buen provecho! Enjoy!

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90’s favorite kids sweets recipes | kids snacks recipes – halkova & imli candy

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How to make Halkova

Halkova recipe – 90’s kids favourite sweet | palkova barfi | maida barfi with detailed photo and video recipe.
An easy and simple sweet snack recipe made with a combination of plain flour, ghee and sugar. after the imli candy, it is indeed one of the favourite dessert snacks for many 90’s kids and perhaps even now.

Halkova recipe – 90’s kids favourite sweet | palkova barfi | maida barfi with step by step photo and video recipe. there has been several snacks and dessert recipes that were super popular in the 90’s era.

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Gradually it has lost its charm and perhaps not liked much with the new generation and hence not much appreciated.

One such 90’s favourite dessert snack is halkova recipe or also known as palkova recipe known for its crisp taste and mouth-melting texture.

Tamarind candy recipe | imli candy | imli ki goli | imli toffee with detailed photo and video recipe. a unique and tasty candy or toffee recipe made with tamarind or imli with a strong dosage of spice in it. it is one of the popular tangy and sour condiment confectionery which is generally served as a light snack after a meal or as a mouth refresher.

There are different types to these tangy candies, but this is condiment is a combination of spicy and tangy tamarind candies. tamarind candy recipe | imli candy | imli ki goli | imli toffee with step by step photo and video recipe. candy or toffee recipes are primarily a combination of sweet or creamy taste in flavour.

However, there are some tangy or sour taste candies too which are majorly made using citrus and tropical fruit. but it can also be made with other ingredients and tamarind is one such popular choice and can be mixed with dates and spice to make a lip-smacking toffee recipe.

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Homemade Pomegranate TURKISH DELIGHT Without Cream of Tartar| Lokum Recipe

Today’s Recipe Pomegranate Pistachio Turkish Delight | An Authentic Turkish Delight or Lokum with pistachio, Delicious kids favorite fruity chewy candy recipe

How to make Turkish Delight

INGREDIENTS For Syrup – Sugar – 4 Cup Water – 1 & 1/2 cup Lemon juice – 2 tsp Lemon Zest grated – 1 tsp Corn Starch – 1 cup Pomegranate Juice – 2 cup Water – 1 cup Lemon Juice – 1 tsp Rose water – 2 tbsp (optional) pistachios – 1/4 Cup Final Coating :- Powder Sugar :- 2 tbsp Corn Starch – 2 tbsp Recipe Note :-

Please read 2 tsp* of lemon juice in place of 2 tbsp. it was typing mistake in the video.


Fried Milk Coffee Leche Frita de Café Delicious Spanish Dessert with Coffee

Fried Milk Coffee recipe (Leche Frita de Café).

The Leche Frita de Café is a Fried coffee custard in cinnamon sugar.

Crunchy on the outside, rich and creamy on the inside.

Easy and very delicious Spanish desserts.

Ingredients: 500 ml milk 50 g sugar 60 g cornstarch 2pcs 3in1 instant coffee mix 1/4 tsp vanilla bean powder or 1 vanilla bean pinch of salt Coating: flour breadcrumbs eggs cinnamon sugar


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