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Saturday, August 20, 2011

Shahi Tukre

Shahi Tukre is a delicious dessert done so easily and served as a creamy milk pudding with ghee-toasted sugared  bread topped with pistachio nuts.This can be served in condensed milk with saffron strands on top to make it richer.Enjoy this rich desert!.

Shahi Tukre - a creamy bread pudding variety

Ingredients

    2 slices of bread - edges removed and toasted in ghee
    150 ml condensed milk
    100 gm sugar - made into 100 ml sugar syrup (of single string consistency adding 1/2 tsp vanilla essence)
    1 tsp cardamom powder pulsed with 3 tbsp pistachio
    5-6 strands of saffron(soaked in 2-3 tsp of cold milk)
    2 tbsp honey

Directions
    1.Cut the bread into four squares/slice and toast them in ghee and keep it aside.
    2.Dip the toasted bread pieces in sugar syrup for a sec or two( the bread shd not get de-shaped but soaked in the sugar syrup) and place it in a dessert bowl
    3.Add the condensed milk and sprinkle cardamom-Pistachio powder.
    4.Top it with saffron strands and drizzle one tsp honey over them.
    5.Serve it chilled.

 I'm submitting this recipe post to 100 Day Global Food Festival Event hosted by  Sizzling Tastebuds


6 comments:

Kalyan said...

looks and sounds so yummy...my mouth is already watering.

Neha said...

Hi...First time on your blog...Shahi tukra looks so yummy...Happy to join you dear...Do visit me at
http://muchmorethanahomemaker.blogspot.com/
Cheers

MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

Thanks a lot Kalyan and Neha.

Now Serving said...

wow that looks really delicious - and simple to make too! will be trying it soon - cheers, priya

Umm Mymoonah said...

My most favourite dessert, looks very delicious. Thank you for linking with Any One Can Cook :)

MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

Thanks again Ayeesha.