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Pooja Prasad

What is Prasad


Prasad is the edibles and sometimes non edibles offerings to God and Deities. Naivedya is also Prasad but it is only edible offerings. Part of those offerings is returned to the devotee after he/she offers it to God in Temple.  If it is in home, people put, wear or eat those offerings as Prasad. 

Literally, the edible part of pooja samagri is navedhya and all other offerings are Prasad. After offering everything becomes Prasad. Therefore, to understand what we received from God physically is Prasad and blessings are Ashirbad.


Mishri Ko Kada

posted Aug 4, 2012, 12:08 PM by Weall Nepali   [ updated Feb 21, 2013, 9:15 AM ]

Mishri Kada


Teej is approaching near. So it would be nice to learn how to make मिस्री को काडाँ. This soup provides energy so after fasting for whole day in teej, drink this soup you will be energized again. Since this soup contains high amount of sugar it is better to consume as less as can. 

This kada is recommended to drink during long fasting and when you really feel weak. Mishri Kada is also taken during 13 days of death mounings (kiriya basda) in Nepal. 

How to make Mishri Kada


Utensils

Pan 
Spatula 

Ingredients

Sugar crystal- ¼ lb
Water- ½ liter
 Black pepper (whole) - 5 
Ghee -1 tea spoon

Method

In the pan add water sugar crystal, black pepper and ghee

Turn on the stove and put the pan on top 

Let it boil for about 15 minutes 

Switch off the pan and serve it hot !

Mishri ko kada

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