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BREAD PUDDING ' SHAHI TUKRI'

BREAD PUDDING

shahi tukri 



bread...................6pies
ghee....................for frying
sugar....................1 cup
water....................1 cup
cardamom powder......1/2 tsp

for rabri:-

milk(full fat)..............1 lit
sugar......................4tbsp
mava......................200gm
saffron....................4to5 strings
dry fruits chopped


method:-
cut bread into triangles
fry in desi ghee till golden brown
now prepare sugar syrup for that
take a pan put on fire add water and sugar and boil till thick
(you have to make 1 tar ki chashnee)
now dip fried bread into sugar syrup
and keep aside

for rabdi:-
take milk in heavy bottom pan and put on fire bring it to boil
mix mava and sugar and saffron and boil till really thick or reduce to half
now pour this rabri over sugar dipped bread and garnish it with dry fruits

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