These traditional Indian pastries, Khusli, are made during Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights. The small triangular filo parcels are usually deep-fried in oil, but here they are baked for a healthier treat. They have a wonderful fruit-and-nut filling, sweetened and moistened with evaporated milk and sugar. Try serving them with fresh fruit and thick yogurt or whipped cream for a special dessert, or with coffee.
Per portion Energy 147kcal/614kJ; Protein 3g; Carbohydrate 11g, of which sugars 8g; Fat 10g, of which saturates 6g; Cholesterol 16mg; Calcium 79mg; Fibre 1.0g; Sodium 67mg.
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