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Soan Papdi or Pista Sweets

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Source: Chef Afzal Nizami in Rewayaton ki Lazat Cooking Show on Ary Zauq TV Channel

summary of Soan Papdi or Pista Sweets

Patisa as it's widely known in Pakistan and Sohan Papdi or Soam Papdi or Sohan Halva as in Indian is a popular and traditional sweet. It is square in shape, and has a crisp and flaky texture.

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  1. Asalam o AleykumUr recipies are soo0o easy bcaz of ur method.u r vry gud chef but u knw u r vry gud teacher as wel.Thnk u

    on Aug 26 2012 12:12AM Report Abuse SYED ZEESHAN NIAZ
  2. Hello Chef, Namaskar !! This is Geetha Harish from Bengaluru, India. I liked your soan papdi video very much... i just wanna try at home.... i am still searching for liquid glucose which am unable to trace it any stores here.....Chef, I am interested to learn Kesar Badam Burfi..... which is usually prepared during diwali here .... i tired using condensed milk and didnt get the same texture as it is sold in sweet stall.... could u kindly upload the video showing the step by step preparation.....Awaiting for your reply Thanks and Warm RegardsGeetha Harish

    on Feb 20 2012 9:38AM Report Abuse GEETHAHARISH
  3. Thank you so much for uploading this video. Would the producers of the video please note that they should review the cooking procedure before hand and PREVENT callers talking to the chef at critical times. In this recipe the chef was prevented from describing the critical mixing of the melted sugar with the ghee mixture at 33:35. This step is critical to the success of the recipe yet no information about it was given. That omission makes the whole video useless. Instead the viewer was entertained by some noob asking about karary papar, what a pity, what a waste of time.

    on Feb 12 2012 7:22AM Report Abuse ALAMI MUSAFIR
  4. To KP Suppor Team: Please let me know where and what is the best way to send you the English translation so that you may use it for everyone.

    on Dec 22 2011 4:20PM Report Abuse FERYALL RAHMAN
  5. Feryall Rahman, KhanaPakana cooking website would be thrilled to post the recipe translated by you on our cooking website for everyone. You can email the recipe to us on mkhalil@techvon.com. We thank you for consider sharing a well followed and translated recipe with us.

    on Dec 22 2011 5:26PM Report Abuse KP SUPPORT TEAM
  6. Many thanks to Chef Afzal Nizami for beautifully presenting this recipe! I accidentally pressed two stars for the rating; i meant to show FIVE stars! I couldn't go back and correct it. I followed his technique on the video closely and made notes in English. I have translated the recipe in English and will be happy to share it here with you if it pleases you.

    on Dec 22 2011 2:38PM Report Abuse FERYALL RAHMAN
  7. Jay, You asked for the recipe of "Patisa" in English on KhanaPakana cooking website. We currently don't have this recipe in any written form. But it will be uploaded soon and you will be informed through email. We apologize for inconvenience.

    on Nov 4 2011 4:59AM Report Abuse KP SUPPORT TEAM
  8. I would like to have the recipe in a printed form in English. Will you be uploading it soon? Many thanks, Jay

    on Nov 3 2011 8:29PM Report Abuse JAY
  9. Bob Hehmann, we currently don't have this recipe in any written form, but it will be uploaded soon and you will be informed through email. We apologize for inconvenience.

    on Aug 27 2011 10:28PM Report Abuse KP SUPPORT TEAM
  10. Thank you kindly for Chef Nizami's Patisa video - seeing his technique finally makes sense of this wonderful dish. Is his recipe available in English? Almost all recipes I've found on the web are copies of a single "broken" recipe that is a guaranteed failure! I'm most interested in the temperature the sugar syrup is brought too before cooling. Thank you again, Cheers, Bob

    on Aug 27 2011 10:02PM Report Abuse BOB HEHMANN
  11. Alhamdulillah! Thank you for this magnificent recipe and cooking technique. It is very generous of you to share.

    on Aug 4 2011 3:08PM Report Abuse MRSMHR
  12. Afzal Bhai, Can you please tell me where will I get the glucose liquid? This sweet seems to look very delicious and I would like to try it. If you could please email to me at jane.pereira@siza.com.pk. Thanks Jane

    on Jun 1 2010 5:36AM Report Abuse JANE

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