A guest post from Yummy Indian Kitchen



I am a passionate food blogger of yummyindiankitchen  from India,Hyderabad with an interest in cooking and sharing my recipes to the world. My friends and families started praising me for doing good work and many started calling and telling me that they are looking forward to reading more of my recipes.As I belong to Hyderabad all I wanted to focus was on Hyderabadi cuisine as this cuisine is loved by most of them along with different vegetarian and non vegetarian food.Hence my blog mainly focusses on Hyderabadi recipes and chicken curries and non veg recipes.

I was very excited when Soma agreed to accept my guest post.The recipe which I am posting on Soma's blog is fruit custard.For more recipes you can check out indianchickencurries from my blog.

Ingredients:
1 litre milk
1  cup sugar
1/2 cup milkmaid
Any seasonal fruits(bananas,apples,pomegranate seeds,mango slices)
2 tsp very finely sliced almonds
1/4 tsp elaichi powder
100 gms custard powder
Instructions:
Firstly, take a heavy bottom pan and boil the milk and keep stirring so that the milk doesn't stick to the bottom.
Stir until the quantity of the milk is reduced.
To is add sugar and stir until sugar is dissolved well.
Add milkmaid which is optional but would enhance the taste of the sweet.
Switch off the flame and add the custard powder paste to the milk.
If you add custard powder with flame on then there are chances of lumps forming in the dish.
Stir well after adding custard and boil it for 2-3 minutes.
Remove the dessert from the heat and allow it to chill for a long time.It tastes well when chilled.
In the meanwhile finely chop all the seasonal fruits and keep aside.
Serve the dessert in sweet bowls and add all the chopped fruits and almond flakes to the dish.



Ingredients:
1 litre milk
1  cup sugar
1/2 cup milkmaid
Any seasonal fruits(bananas,apples,pomegranate seeds,mango slices)
2 tsp very finely sliced almonds
1/4 tsp elaichi powder
100 gms custard powder
Instructions:
Firstly, take a heavy bottom pan and boil the milk and keep stirring so that the milk doesn't stick to the bottom.
Stir until the quantity of the milk is reduced.
To is add sugar and stir until sugar is dissolved well.
Add milkmaid which is optional but would enhance the taste of the sweet.
Switch off the flame and add the custard powder paste to the milk.
If you add custard powder with flame on then there are chances of lumps forming in the dish.
Stir well after adding custard and boil it for 2-3 minutes.
Remove the dessert from the heat and allow it to chill for a long time.It tastes well when chilled.
In the meanwhile finely chop all the seasonal fruits and keep aside.
Serve the dessert in sweet bowls and add all the chopped fruits and almond flakes to the dish.


2 comments:

  1. Excellent recipe .Well done soma and Yummy IndianKitchen

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  2. Thanks Priya and Yummy Indian Kitchen

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