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Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Milk- 5 cups;
Green cardamom powder- 1 n half tsp;
Saffron- few strands;
Sugar- 1 n half cup;
Ghee- 1 cup;
Milk bread- 8 slices;

For the thickened milk:

Milk- 10 cups;
Sugar- 1 n half cup;
Saffron- few strands;
Silvered, sliced almonds- 2 tsp;
Silvered, sliced pistachio- 2 tsp;

Boil the milk in heavy bottomed pan. Add green cardamom powder and saffron. Remove from heat, add sugar and keep aside. Now heat ghee in a pan and fry the slices of bread slightly. Remove and drain the excess oil. Soak the fried break in the milk mixture for 10 minutes.

Prepare the rabri by heating the milk and let it simmer till it is reduced to about 1/3rd. Stir in the sugar, green cardamom powder and saffron. Remove from heat and keep aside to cool.

Carefully lift the slices of bread from the milk and serve in a dish. Put the rabri on top and garnish with almonds and pistas. Serve chilled at room temp.

Serves four! so hope my readers enjoy this delight and come back here for more :-)

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