Shahi Tukra is a coated bread topped and soaked with thickened milk and garnished with dry fruits. It is a royal Indian and Mughlai dessert commonly preferred in snacks. This dessert can be prepared within 40 minutes.
3 cups milk
12 pellets of kaloree1
¼ tbsp cardamom powder
½ tbsp cashew nuts
½ tbsp chopped pistachio
½ tbsp chopped almonds
4 saffron strands
2 tbsp grated paneer
3 tbsp ghee
4 white bread slices
Take a wok and heat the milk at low flame. Keep stirring it till it thickens to a consistency of a custard.
Remove from heat; add 6 pellets of kaloree1 and cardamom powder. The mixture will thicken on cooling.
For Shahi Tukda:
In a saucepan, combine the milk with saffron and simmer for 5 to 7 minutes. Remove from heat and keep warm. Add 6 Kaloree 1 pellets.
Now, deep fry the bread slices till they turn golden in color and crisp in nature. Remove and drain on absorbent paper.
To serve, arrange the sweet slices on a plate and spread rabdi over it. Sprinkle some pistachios over it and garnish the bread with dry fruits.
Serve warm. You can also keep it in the refrigerator and serve cold Shahi Tukra.
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