Shahi Kesar Rabdi Recipe

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Shuvait Thusoo
Shuvait has lived in Pune alone for 4 years while studying engineering. This was the time period when he explored the South Indian Cuisines and experienced different spices and realised the beauty of food. So he started cooking and fell in love with the craft of it. We can say that Shuvait is a foodie who loves to share his food life experiences and resources with our readers.

One day, I was sitting with my mom and I said I am craving for jalebi. She said let’s get inside the kitchen and made it. We went to the kitchen and made a jalebi. Jalebi itself has a unique taste and texture which will attract you just by the looks.

We made jalebi together and my mother shared a memory from her childhood. she said when she was a child, her mother used to make jalebi and Kesar Rabdi and we use to eat jalebi by dipping into Kesar Rabdi and it tastes marvellous.

When she was explaining all this to me, I was watching a spark in her eyes and suddenly I said my mother let’s recall your memories, and let’s make Kesar Rabdi too. We made Kesar Rabdi and have it with jalebi and what I get is a divine texture of taste like all the flavors burst on my tongue.

Now Guess What?

Today, I will give you the tasty Kesar Rabdi Recipe. Actually, It is a recipe to serve you the purpose of two. A coin has two faces; this recipe has two faces too. It does not only serve as a pour-on your already tasty desserts but acts like one it selves. In a good cook, mood makes this duality to serve you the best of dessert.

Come let’s see how to make this multi tasking dish.

Ingredients for Shahi Kesar Rabdi Recipe

Milk2.5 cups
Condensed milk2 tsp
Corn flour1 tsp
Sugar1 tsp
Mashed cheese2 tsp
Saffron water¼ tsp

Shahi Kesar Rabdi Recipe

Kesar Rabdi recipe
  1. In a preheated pan add 1.5 cups of milk and 2 tsp of condensed milk.
  2. Boil it for 3-4 minutes on a medium flame.
  3. Now in a bowl take 1 cup of milk to add one tsp of cornflour.
  4. Mix it thoroughly and make a paste.
  5. Add this paste to the heated milk and keep stirring.
  6. Add 1 tsp of sugar and mix it.
  7. Keep stirring while on a medium flame.
  8. Now add 2 tsp of mashed cheese and ¼ tsp of saffron water.
  9. Stir it thoroughly.
  10. Let it cool.

Note: You can add dry fruits in it to make it a dessert itself or pour it on Indian sweets like Malpua, Shahi Tukda, Jalebi, and Rasmalai.

How much time it will take?

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Nutritional Facts Of Kesar Rabdi Recipe

Protein7 g
Carbohydrates30 g
Fats9 g
Cholesterol16 mg

How to Make Kesar Rabdi at Home | Video

Video by Henu’s Kitchen

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