For the 3rd edition of Blog Hop Wednesday I am assigned Priya's Blog- Enveetu Kitchen. She has an amazing collection of recipes. I just love her bakes. Despite that I have chosen her recipe of Basundi for today's post. I am sure some baking posts will follow soon.
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She had very lovingly prepared it for her grand mother's anniversary. Basundi is very much like Malai Rabri which I grew up eating. My mom's recipes is almost the same except she does not add saffron. Here, I have followed Priya's recipe to the T and loved it immensely.
I had prepared this long time back, before coming to my India visit and today on seeing these pictures I am tempted to make them again soon. I have used half of the measures as given in the original recipe.
1 Litres Full Fat Milk
1/4 +2tbsp Sugar
2 tbsp Almond Meal
2 tbsp Chopped Almonds
2 tbsp Chopped Pista
3 cardamom pod seeds crushed
a generous of Saffron, rubbed in 2 tbsp of milk
1. In a Heavy-bottom non stick pan, boil Milk. keep the flame on medium and boil till it reduces to 3/4 of the volume.
2. Stir the Milk and Scrape the Pan-Side and return it to the boiling milk. When the Milk reduces to 3/4 of its quantity, add saffron Soaked Milk to this and Sugar.
3. Keep Stirring often and scrape the sides and stir the malai in to the milk.
4. When Milk reduces to half its quantity, add the almond meal and Chopped nuts and Stir Well. Switch off the Stove and let it cool. When cool refrigerate it. Serve chillled
I enjoyed it very much. See what other bloggers are up with for Blog Hop Wednesday!
Thank you for stopping by. Cheers!
Looks yummy and tempting!!!ReplyDelete
Hope u r enjoying ur time in India.. Basundi looking so good.. I could lick it clean, except u have already done that.. excepting to see more going in ur spaceReplyDelete
Basundi looks delish, glad to follow your take on books, food n more !ReplyDelete
Soo tempting and rich looking basundi..ReplyDelete
I envy you Jyothi. The last 2 clicks were enough to bring out a sigh from me.ReplyDelete
This recipe cannot go wrong!! Just so flavorful!ReplyDelete
wow, that looks delicious and I love the last picture where everything was eaten :)ReplyDelete
awesome recipe....lov eit...love the presentation and pictorials too!ReplyDelete
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yumming...love the saffron color....mm..mm...m...ReplyDelete
rabri is mouthwateringReplyDelete
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thanks for trying it jyoti!!!! Love the clicks dear!!!!ReplyDelete
Looks so creamy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1lovely clicks......mouth watering:-)ReplyDelete