Thursday, January 8, 2009

SHAHI TUKDA


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Thisone is a royal desert comes from southern part of india Hydrebad.It consists fried bread soaked in a saffron flavoured milk with garnished dry fruits. This all time desert needs few of the ingredients ,which is easily available at home .Try my very simple recipe and enjoy .

INGREDIENT'S :

4-5 bread slices
2 cups milk
1 cup sugar
6-7 strands of saffron
1/2 tsp cardamom powder
gee to fry
dry fruits for garnishing

METHOD :

1)Take off the crust of the breads and cut in to triangle shape keep it aside .

2) Take a heavy bottom pan and boil the milk with sugar ,saffron and cardamom powder ,simmer this for 20-30minutes.it looks like rabri .

3) Heat the gee in a pan and fry the bread pieces till it turns golden brown .

4) Soak the bread pieces in the milk that you made earlier and refrigerator this for 30 minutes ,garnish with dry fruits and serve chilled.Enjoi!!

This one is my entry for bread menia hosted by bay leaf

16 comments:

sowmya aneesh said...

"Simply Delicious"....

Mangala Bhat said...

Thanks sowmya :)

DEESHA said...

wow I love shahi tukda.that looks really delicious

LG said...

Bayalli neeru bartha ide nodi nimma sweet nodi :) Sankranti habbada shubhashayagalu

Mangala Bhat said...

Thank u deesha and Laxmi..Happy sankranti

Usha said...

Wow the shahi tukda looks so tempting :-)

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

lovely!!! it looks very delicious.. But what are those gratings that you've added on the bread? It is adding to the beauty of the dish!!!

Mangala Bhat said...

Thanks u Ramya ...It's just a dry fruits ..actually i had grated on the bread .

LG said...

nimagagi ondu award kaadide nodi nanna blognalli, banni bega :)

Malar Gandhi said...

Wow...always liked this dessert. I have to say your version looks even more inviting and better. Love the color you got up there...

bicks said...

looks yummy. Looks just like what they teach in trichy cullinary school.

Trupti said...

That is a gorgeous looking dish....I'd love to serve this at a party...beautifully shot.

cheers, trupti
the spice who loved me

Mangala Bhat said...

Thanks Trupti ...:)

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

never tried this one.. will try it next time i make dessert. thanks for the recipe.

Supriya said...

I visited your blog for the first time and loved all the recipes...you are very talented. Will definitely visit your blog again :))

Nivedita said...

It came out really well.. Awesome dish.. We both enjoyed it a lot.. Is it not a Hyderabadi delicacy??