Sift the flour, add 1 1/2 dsp Ghee, water and make a smooth batter. Wilt the plantain leaf by holding it over fire or putting them in boiling
water. Rub lightly the batter over bits of plantain leaf, roll them and tie with strings. Boil water in a pan, and cook the plantain leaf rolls for ten or fifteen minutes. Separate the cooked "ada" from the leaves
and wash in cold water so that it may not be sticky. Take extractions from the grated coconut with little water, about a cup the first time and with five cups of water the second time. Dissolve molasses in water and strain it and make a thick syrup. Put the adas into it with the remaining ghee and stir well. When it is almost dry, pour the second
extraction of coconut milk and keep on stirring for sometime. When it thickens, add the first extraction of coconut milk, and 1/2 cup of cow's milk, and the powders. Stir and remove from
fire. Serve hot.