|Place of origin||India|
|Region or state||Gujarat|
|Main ingredients||Milk, Rice and Nuts|
Doodhpak is an Indian sweet, a kind of rice pudding made from milk, rice, saffron and nuts, accompanied by pooris. The milk is slow-boiled to thickened and sweetened and the dish is garnished with chopped almonds. Doodhpak originates from Gujarat.
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