I have already mentioned about two angles K & T in many of my posts. The Kids special items are all those which I had made for them. They love all what I cook and I love to cook for them. Waiting for them to come here this year too.
I wanted to make something different out of the Left over bread at home. I was first inclined to do bread jamun but then decided to make Shahi Tukra.
Bread Slices - 8
Ghee - as required
Milk - 2 cups
Corn Flour - 1 spoon
Sugar - as per your taste ( I used it on the higher side)
Cardamom Powder - a pinch
Almonds and Cashew - sliced into small pieces
Trim the ends of bread and cut them into Triangles
Shallow fry them using ghee in a non stick pan
Prepare Sugar syrup as per your taste and cool it
In another pan, pour milk and mix Sugar in it
Add the corn flour mixture with the milk and allow it to boil
Let the milk mixture boil and simmer it to become half of the quantity
Arrange the fried bread pieces in a bowl or shallow plate
Pour the Sugar Syrup over it and let the bread soak in that
Pour the milk mixture on the bread and garnish with small pieces of almonds and cashew
Refrigerate it and serve chilled as a filling dessert
My nieces loved it so did my sister also. It is always a pleasure to cook for people who love to relish the stuff you cook
This Shahi Tukra finds its way to
Blogging Marathon, under the theme ‘Something Sweet’
Kid’s Delight : for this month’s theme ‘Something Sweet’
Cooking with Leftovers at Veena's
Please visit the Blogging Marathon page to see what my fellow bloggers are cooking.
I fell in love with Shahi Tukra when I had it for the first time last year at an Indian restaurant in Connecticut. I can't wait to try to make it myself!
Nice one Kamalika..good to have you in BM
Irresistible shahi tukra,simply inviting..
Tempting one and nice to visit your blog.
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love shahi tukras....rich and royal!!..just too good...
nice one Kamalika..
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This is my favourite.. Too good.
all ingredients are handy, so will make it today/tomm for kid
thats one of my favorite looks yumm.
Oh, the shahi tukda looks so lovely - its making me drool...
Enjoyed browsing your site. Coincidentally my patti is also Janaki :):) Me too hailing from singara chennai loved your kappi and chat site too esp the kolams, had witnessed it two years back. Glad to follow you. You might like my golf posts and related chennai posts. Do visit when you find time.
Thanks so much for linking this royal treat to Kid's Delight - Something Sweet. Would love to have more entries from you :)
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So yummy looking dear :)
Looks so inviting...
Tempting and delicious sweet.
Looks soo yummy
delicious!..love it too!
wow.. shahi tukra looks so yummy... bookmarked..
oooh...i want some....looks awesome
This looks awesome. Bookmarking it!
Lovely sweet, yes i also love to cook for somebody who likes and reishes it. Simple and yum sweet.
This looks yummy!!
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