Kesar Rabri

A simple meal or a maharaja meal can be special by a yummy dessert. Now that Ganesh Chathurthi is coming day after so I am posting one such dessert which can be made on special occasions or even on such days when you  just feel like eating something yummy and sweet.

Here is what we need:
Milk 4 cups
Sugar     -2 tablespoons
Saffron/ Kesar a few strands
Green cardamom powder-1 teaspoon
Sliced Almonds a few

Sliced Pistachios a few

Blanch the almonds and pistachios, peel and slice them thinly.
Dissolve the saffron strands in 1 tbsp hot milk.
Bring the milk to the boil then cook slowly, stir frequently and let the cream thicken at the edge of the pan. Now add the dissolved saffron and sugar, cardamom powder in it and switch of the flame once the sugar is dissolved and done.
Garnish with almonds and pistachios.

Allow it to cool down completely then Serve.

Make sure you keep stirring the milk as it has chances of getting stuck  in the bottom of the pan if yu don’t do so.
The whole process takes more than 1 hour.
You can refrigerate this rabri, as it tastes Super when served Chilled
Wishing All the Readers of Aps Kitchen A Happy Gowri Ganesha Habba/ Ganesha Chathurthi.

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Happy feast to all,


wonderful radbi... tempting...
Shree said…
rich n yummy Rabdi !
Supriya Nair said…
So rich and tempting Rabri. Love the colour. Also the pearl necklaces there. Did Little M help you with the presentation :)
nidhi said…
Rabri photos are looking very tempting
Chitz said…
Always love this tasty rabri, esp with jangri :)
Maha Gadde said…
rabdi looks super awesome...
Priya Suresh said…
Very rich and droolworthy rabri, beautiful set up.
Hamaree Rasoi said…
Rich rabri and lovely presentation
Swathi Iyer said…
Kesar Rabri looks delicious.

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