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On the occasion of Janmashtami (the birthday of Lord Krishna), the ****ees of Krishna prepareevery favorite dish of the Lord. Then on the midnight of Janmashtami, these scrumptious dishes are offered to Lord Krishna in order to welcome him on the earth. These include varieties of sweets and dairy products. One of them is the luscious Gopalkala. Prepared frombeaten rice, cur, ghee and cu****ber, this salty recipe is generally prepared in every home where the festival of Janmashtami is observed. It is extremely easy to prepare and hardly take few minutes to be ready to serve. If you also want know how to make this extremely nutritious and scrumptious dish, the recipe is given below.

Gopalkala Recipe

*. 250 grams Beaten Rice
*. 1 Coconut (fresh)
*. 100 gm Cu****ber
*. 2 Green Chilies
*. 1 tbsp Ghee
*. 1 tsp Jeera
*. 1/2 inch Ginger
*. 50 grams Curd
*. 1/2 tsp Sugar
*. Salt to taste


*. Soak beaten rice for 10 minutes.
*. Grate the coconut, roughly chop the cu****ber & finely chop the green chilies and ginger.
*. Melt ghee in a small pan for thetempering; add the jeera, green chilies and ginger.
*. Pour over the beaten rice and add in the remaining ingredients. Mix well.

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