This pudding-like Indian dessert is a great showcase for the natural sweetness of carrots. Make it to celebrate Diwali, the Festival of Lights.
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This Indian sweet is made by cooking down grated carrots with milk, then slowly stir-frying them in oil. It's usually eaten garnished with chopped almonds, and raisins and clotted cream are also a nice accompaniment.
[Photos: Joe DiStefano] Saturday marked the last day of the Hindu holiday Diwali, otherwise known as the Festival of Lights. It was also the first and last day Sikhs celebrate Diwali. I know this only because I called Harpreet...