Shrikhand!

Shrikhand is a famous Maharashtrian (Indian) dessert which is made of hung curd, sugar, and dry fruits. There are many types of shrikhand like: amrakhand, saffron shrikhand, dry fruits shrikhand etc. I have tried cardamom and dry fruits shrikhand.

PREPARATION TIME: 10 MINUTES
SERVING: 5
CUISINE: MAHARASHTRIAN (INDIAN)
COURSE: DESSERT

INGREDIENTS

Hung curd: 1 kg
Sugar: 7-8 teaspoons
Cardamom powder: 1 teaspoon
Almonds: 7-8 (chopped)
Cashews: 7-8 (chopped)
Warm milk: 2 tablespoons

For making hung curd, pour fresh curd on a cotton cloth. Curd should not be sour. Now bring together all the edges of cloth and tie a knot tightly. Put this on a strainer. Put a heavy bowl on tied cloth. Take a large bowl and leave the strainer on top of the bowl overnight. This process will let the extra water of the curd drain over the night and curd will become thick.


RECIPE

  1. In a large bowl, take hung curd.
  2. Add sugar, cardamom powder, and warm milk. Mix them until sugar is dissolved. You can add more sugar if required.
  3. Now garnish with chopped almonds and cashews.
  4. Serve. Put leftover shrikhand in fridge.
  5. Shrikhand is ready!

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