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Add 500 ml. water to the mix (not the masala pack), mix thoroughly and keep aside for 15 minutes
Prepare large vessel with a round stand inside and boil the water
apply oil on inner surface of a deep round plate and place into the vessel.
Now add masala pack content into the batter, whip it and spread onto the plate. Put the cloth-tied tightly over the vessel and let the batter steam for 15 mins.
take the vessel off the burner and allow it cool for 10 mins. now cut Khaman into square pieces and put them in other bowl for sizzling.
take 100 g. vegetable oil, sg mustard seeds, 1g asafoetida and 25g green chilli pieces and sizzle. Add to it 400 ml water and 100-125g sugar and allow it to boil for 3 minutes.
Garnish Khaman with fresh coriander leaves and shredded coconut.