Sunday, May 10, 2015

Shahi Rabadi

BM # 52  Week 2  Day 1

I love kheers, but when it comes to Rabdi, I avoid, in fact everyone in the family avoids. It is delicious and I cheat the family by freezing the Rabdi and converting it into a Kulfi. I made this for a dinner and my guests were so happy that they wanted second serving too. The sweetened khoya is the thickening agent in it , along with it , it gives a absolutely delicious flavor. The rose water in it is heavenly and the roasted almonds give it a crunch and a lingering taste. The saffron is sprinkled so you get that flavor too, in all a hit Indian party dessert.

You could serve it chilled or freeze it to turn them into kulfis, the choice is yours, I assure you there will be no ice crystals in the Kulfi. The kids will love it too. This is my Day 1 post under Srivalli's  Kid's Delight , with the theme creamy foods hosted by Mireille.


Shahi Rabdi
1 lt milk
250 gms roasted sweetened khoya
Roasted almonds
Pistachios
Cardamom
Saffron
Rose water
Sugar as per requirement
Boil the milk, till reduced to half.
Add nuts and give one or two boils.
Add the khoya and cook for a few minutes.
The consistency should be quite thick.
Add sugar if required .
Add rose water.
Pour into a bowl and let it cool.
Sprinkle nuts and cardamom powder.
Sprinkle dissolved saffron.
Chill and serve.


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10 comments:

  1. so creamy and delicious... love this sweet..

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  2. First time here. Loved your blog name.. It looks delicious & liked the idea of freezing into kulfi..

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  3. Sounds delicious. Looks rich with all that garnish.

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  4. Woow, So rich and creamy!! Turning it to kulfi is nice idea,,

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  5. That is such a rich and decadent dessert. Can I make it with unsweetened khoya and adjust the amount of sugar?

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    1. Ya sure Pavani! The flavors will change a little, but will taste awesome.

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  6. That colorful garnish make it look a work of art. I would not want to dip a spoon into it to destroy it

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  7. Definitely qualifies to be shahi :) Lovely rabdi, very rich and creamy.

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  8. Omg, this rabdi makes me drool, wat a rich looking dessert..

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  9. That rabdi looks awesome with all that nuts' garnish.

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