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Basundi Popular

Category : Desserts

Author : TajRecipe

Date : 3/7/2006

Rating: Rating 3.6 ( 3.6 ) by 80 users

Ingredients:
1 litre full fat milk
1/2 cup sugar
3 pods cardamom
5 almonds blanched
3 pistachios skinned
10-15 threads saffron

Instructions:
1. Soak saffron in 2 tsp. hot milk, keep aside.

2. Chop finely or crush coarsely, the almonds and pistachios.

3. Peel and powder cardamom seeds with a mallet.

4. Add to chopped dryfruit.

5. Run saffron with base of a mallet, in cup, till dissolved in milk.

6. Put milk to boil in a large deep pan, stirring occasionally.

7. When it starts boiling, reduce heat and boil.

8. Stir frequently, till milk is 2/3 in volume.

9. Add all other ingredients to boiling milk.

10. Boil further for 3-4 minutes.

11. Take off fire. Cool a little.

12. Pour into a large decorative serving bowl.

13. Allow to cool completely, chill in refrigerator for 4-5 hours.

14. To avoid a layer forming on the surface, stir frequently while cooling.

Serve chilled in individual cups with rose petal to decorate on top, if desired.

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There are: (6) comments
Author: neeraj tiwari
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Date:  10/28/2010
Comment:
pyashi

Author: mrinal singh
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Date:  8/15/2010
Comment:
tyrewufhi

Author: maggie
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Date:  8/14/2009
Comment:
hi it would be great if u could paste some pics next to it to know how it looks step by step. seems like basundi is going to taste great im gonna try it anyway lol....
bye.

Author: Bhalchandra
Email: XXXbgthattey@gmail.comXXX
Date:  1/6/2008
Comment:
This is Mother's Recipe for Basundi.
In Maharashtra and Gujarat Basundi is eaten with Puris as main dish of a festive meal.

Author: Bhalchandra
Email: XXXbgthattey@gmail.comXXX
Date:  1/6/2008
Comment:
This is just like my mother used to make the Basundi.Delicious.
You can add that in Maharashtra and Gujarat Basundi is eaten with Puris as the main dish of a festive meal.

Author: Saritha
Email: XXXsaritha@zzzzzzzz.comXXX
Date:  3/29/2006
Comment:
Its a great recipe! Never thought i could make it at home. I have always bought Basundi from the sweetshop and never made it at home. But with this recipe anyone can make it! Thanks..
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