Monday, April 11, 2011

Shreekhand (Indian Mango Pudding)

1. 2 cups plain yogurt
2. 1 cup kesar (saffron) mango pulp
3. 4 tsp sugar
4. 3 tsp cardamom powder

Instructions:
1. Strain yogurt with a muslin cloth for a few hours until the water leaves the yogurt.
Tip: This can be done by hanging yogurt in a muslin cloth, tied to the faucet of your tap, in your sink.
2. Add mango pulp to this thickened yogurt.
3. Add sugar and cardamom powder.

Voila! A mouth watering dessert is ready to be devoured!

12 comments:

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow...my fav pudding...looks indulging...

aipi said...

This is one of the most exotic desserts and you have done a fabulous job- the texture looks creamy n perfect!
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Prathima Rao said...

Awesome presentation!!!
Prathima Rao
Prats Corner

Raksha said...

Thats such a professional click

Priya said...

Simply delectable,sooo creamy and rich..

Sneha Benny said...

Pudding looks so yum. Nice click !!

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious looking shreekhand

MaryBeth said...

WOW.. this has an amazing color, my husband would like the flavor.

thehealthydiary.com said...

Goodness, Priyanka, this is so so good!!! I am going to try this soon.

One more thing, thanks for putting the wordpress option for commenting! Made life so much easier.

Nandini said...

Wow! Beautiful color and very flavorful dessert.

Priyanka Agrawal said...

Thanks, everyone! This one tasted heavenly but the credit goes to Mr. Husband. He made it! What an awesome cook is he!

Hetal Patel said...

wow.....really nice....

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