2 cups water 2 cups Guyana brown sugar 1 tsp ghee (optional) 1 cup white flour Few drops pear or vanilla essence Few drops red food coloring
Melt ghee in pan over moderate heat. Add flour while sifting to hot ghee. Toast flour until lightly golden. Spread on tin foil or wax paper.
In a carahee, put in sugar, water, and essence. Do not stir. Bring to a boil with medium heat until mixture is bubbling up thickly. Test a small amount with a toothpick in cold water. If it holds on to the toothpick, it's ready.
Using a spoon, pour mixture quickly to toasted flour with quick back and forth strokes. With a fork, continue to stretch sweet mix on flour to get it floured and as thin as possible. Cool slightly and store in an air tight container - flour and all.
When serving, shake off some of the flour. Can be served warm or cold.
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I've always wanted to know how they made this. I remember people bringing back this stuff from Guyana · [ remove ] 3030 days ago
i love eating this i see people makeing it already , but it was s harder way so i will try it this way today...
· [ remove ] 1715 days ago
I always wanted to make but afraid of the heat . Saw some one made it with their hand · [ remove ] 1713 days ago