- 375 grams Kataifi pastry
- 375 grams condensed milk
- 4 level tbsp Corn Flour
- 2 level tbsp plain flour
- 750 grams water
- 250 grams unsalted butter
- 1 --- Lotus biscuit, Packet
- 1 condensed milk, Caramel
- 1 level tbsp Rose Water
- 1 level tbsp Orange Blossom Water
- pistachio nut, For garnish (crushed)
- rose petal, Optional for garnsish
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Place half the packet of kataifi in mixing bowl mix on speed 7 for 7 seconds or until fine.
- repeat step with other half of Kataifi
- Place half the butter in a pot and melt add Half the kataifi until Golden and crunchy , repeat with the other half.
- Blitz the lotus biscuit on speed 7 till fine and mix with the Kataifi
- Add the condensed milk, water corn flour, and flour rose water and orange blossom water and use the thickening option on TM6 allow to cool before using.
Add kataifi mixture, followed by cooled cream and top with caramel, repeat step and decorate with pistachio and rose petals(optional) this can be done in a tray or cups can be used.
(To keep crunch serve straight away)
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I have placed the picture of the Kataifi , it can be found in fruit shop, middle eastern grocers and also some Woolworths of Coles in the fridge section.
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