Another one you could possibly use for a maahefun; maskurolhi. As the name suggests it’s supposed to be made from kurolhi but since that’s not so easy to find, our version uses kaashi.
For us, whenever we use pre-packaged shredded coconut, the maskurolhi turns out a bit dry, so do get a coconut and if you don’t know how to open it, just find someone who can. Also, since a lot of us don’t have mortars and pestles any more, our version of the maskurolhi is made by using the mixer.
Serves: 6 to 8
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