If there is one time of the week that we all look forward to — it is the weekend. After a long and hectic week — we deserve some pampering! Don’t you agree? And if you’re a sweet lover, just like us, the weekend is almost incomplete without indulging in our favourite desserts. While there are plenty of options to choose from — Indian desserts hold a special place in our heart. From mouth-watering gulab jamun, jalebi, payasam to besan ke ladoo, Mysore pak and more — each region has something delectable to offer. One such loved Indian dessert is shahi tukda — a rich and flavourful Mughlai dessert made with ghee-fried bread slices soaked in sugar syrup with a pinch of cardamom and nuts. It spells indulgence in every bite!
This shahi tukda recipe is even more indulgent as it is slathered with another favourite Indian dessert — Rabri. Yes, you heard us. It brings together the goodness of both shahi tukda and rabri — all in one bite. Are you drooling already? It makes for a perfect dessert option for any festive occasion. You can also make it otherwise and treat your loved ones with this flavourful delight! So, without much ado, let’s take a look at the recipe.
Shahi Tukda With Rabri Recipe: How To Make Shahi Tukda With Rabri
To begin with the recipe, you first need to cut each slice of bread into four triangles after trimming their sides. Now, make a thick sugar syrup by boiling sugar, water and rose essence.
Next, heat ghee in a pan and fry the bread. Once done, soak the bread in the sugar syrup for 5 minutes. Take out the slices and arrange it on a platter and top it with rabri. Garnish with silver leaf and nuts. Shahi tukda with rabri is ready!
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So, what are you waiting for? Try out this delicious recipe and let us know how you liked it in the comments below!