Chikki Custard Jamun - An easy dessert to light up your dinner table.

When the year began, I really really wanted to put up my to do list for the year and wanted to work them out. I am happy that some are shaping up well. One of them is blogging. I am happy doing this second post for Blogging Marathon #50 - Colorful dishes for kids.

My second creation is a different one. Cant imagine this dish was conceptualized in my dreams and executed in reality. for my fellow bloggers dearies... They loved it and the innovation that went into it. Made it with simple ingredients but made it sound fancy !!
Evil Na !!


Jamun - 5 pieces
Chikki - 1 cup ( broken into small pieces )
Vanilla Custard - 2 cups ( I used Brown and Poisson)


Prepare the custard as per the instructions on the pack and cool it in the refrigerator
Crush the chikki ( peanut candy ) and layer it on the bottom of the glass in which you are gonna serve the dessert
Spoon some custard over it and place a jamun in the center
Now spoon some more custard around the jamun
Garnish with chopped chikki and serve chilled


vaishali sabnani said...

Another awesome creation, loved the crunch of the chikki in between the soft gulab jamun bites and the silky smooth custard.

Varada's Kitchen said...

Very novel combination, I would never think of putting these three things in the same dish.

Priya Suresh said...

Such a rocking dessert, just can resist to that chikki touch here..Well done Kamalika.

Suma Gandlur said...

That sounds like 3 in 1 dessert.

annuswamy said...

very creative dish Kamalika! Cold, sweet and crunchy - great combination!

Srivalli said...

I enjoyed this so much..very creative and so nicely presented..

Padmajha said...

Loved the way you presented this dessert and it looked so pretty.And may all the things in your to do list work out for you dear :)

Harini R said...

Awesome dessert! Should definitely try this.

Suja Ram said...

What an innovative and yummy dessert! I missed tasting this..

Pavani said...

What an innovative and attractive dessert -- with all the different flavors and textures, it must have tasted amazing.

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