HOLI SPECIAL – SHAHI TUKDA WITH CARROT AND MALAI RABDI

It’s time to bid goodbye to carrots with this scrumptious creamy dessert that is apt for the upcoming festival. Here’s a quick pictorial recipe of the easy dessert which will complete your Holi celebrations. 

Carrot Rabdi

SHAHI TUKDA WITH CARROT AND MALAI RABDI
Makes 4 portions

4 cups Milk (I used cow’s milk)
6 tablespoon sugar
1.5 cups grated carrots
1 tablespoon ghee
½ cup fresh milk cream (malai)
½ teaspoon cardamom powder
1 teaspoon ghee + ¼ cup slivered almonds
1 8’ inch pizza bread (cut into 8 triangles) (can use 1.5 to 2 pizza breads i.e total of 12 to 16 pieces to make 4 portions of the dessert)
Pistachio powder

Carrot Rabdi - step 1Step 1 – Heat milk with sugar and simmer till it reduces to 3/4th.

Carrot Rabdi - step 2Step 2 – Meanwhile, heat 1 tbsp ghee in a pan and sauté carrots till tender.

Step 3 – Cool the carrots and whiz them 2 times for 5 seconds each. We don’t need a puree.

Carrot Rabdi - step 4Step 4 – Add the carrot, malai and cardamom powder to the milk and simmer for another 10 minutes till thick Rabdi consistency is achieved.

Carrot Rabdi - step 5Step 5 – Heat 1 tsp ghee and sauté almonds in it.

Carrot Rabdi - step 6Step 6 – Fry the pizza bread triangles in hot oil till golden brown on the outside but still soft inside.

Shahi Tukda with carrot & malai rabdiStep 7 – To serve, place few bread triangles in a wide deep dish and pour the Rabdi over it. You can choose to keep it hot or cold. Top with slivered almonds and pistachio powder.

***HAPPY HOLI***

You might want to try this other Holi Special Recipe

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