Kesar elaichi shrikhand/How to make kesar elaichi shrikhand


When i was too young and one of my uncle use to get these yummy shrikhand from his dairy i use to wonder how they make this? These people are so talented 😆we can never ever think of making shrikhand. I mean for me it was a huge deal….later to realise that its made from hung curd….and now i can make sell them in his dairy😊..Shrikhand has been my favourite since childhood, you might have guessed till now…i love having them with puris.Today i am sharing kesar elaichi shrikhand with you….this is made in every household and i belong to one of them…lol

Shrikhand is basically a Maharastrian and Gujrati dessert loved by whole world.Born and brought up un Mumbai, so directly even my favourite is shrikhand.

Lets get the recipe

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Ingredients

  • 2 cups curd (preferably homemade as store bought one’s turn sour)
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 pinch kesar (soaked in warm milk)
  • 1/2 tablespoon elaichi powder
  • 1 tablespoon chopped pistachio for garnish

Method

  • Hung the curd in a muslin cloth or any cotton dupatta you might be having
  • I would suggest you to hung it in the refrigerator as it won’t get sour .
  • Leaving it out may make the curd too tangy,especially in hot season.
  • So do tie it in the refrigerator with bowl below the hanging curd
  • Leave it overnight, as the curd has to be creamy and velvety.
  • You need to have patients while making shrikhand.
  • After leaving the curd overnight remove it in bowl
  • Add in powdered sugar, elaichi powder, kesar or saffron and chopped pistachio
  • Mix it well with whisk

  • Your Kesar elaichi shrikhand is ready to be served.
  • Enjoy them with puris
  • You can store them in refrigerator for a week.

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