Shahi Tukda

Diwali falls on 29th Oct this year. I am sure everyone is busy cleaning and decorating their houses to welcome Goddess Lakshmi.The colourful diyas are lit in every corner of the house. I miss India during Diwali as the celebration here is not the same.There are no crackers here, but the festive spirit is the same.

Are you all looking forward to some last minute sweet recipes?I will be sharing a easy recipe of a yummy sweet and this is one of my favorite. I have another reason to treat myself as it is my Birthday!!!!

So i prepared Yummy Shahi Tukda to treat myself and also my contribution for the 63rd #Foodiemonday #Bloghop theme #DiwaliSpecial-Sweets.

Recipe for Shahi Tukda

2 Pcs of Brown Bread cut into triangles with the sides removed

2 Cups of Full cream Milk

6 Tsp Sugar (Fine grain)

6 Almonds Finely chopped

20 Raisins

A generous pinch of Cardamom powder (freshly ground)

2 Tbsp Ghee /Clarified Butter

8 Strands of Saffron


Take a wide bottom pan. Add a little ghee and roast both the sides of the bread until crisp.

Roast the dry fruits in ghee and keep it aside.

Pour the milk in a heavy bottom pan and keep it on medium flame until the milk reduces to half.Keep stirring and scrape the sides.  Add sugar, cardamom powder,saffron .Allow it to boil for 3 to 4 mins.Switch off and allow the mixture to cool.

Take a plate. Place the roasted bread slices, pour the milk on top and garnish with roasted  dry fruits and serve.

Enjoy Shahi Tukda at the comfort of your home and treat your guests with this yummy delight!!!


Wishing all my readers a Happy and Safe Diwali!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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