Simple Way to Make Perfect shahi Tukda (rich bread pudding)

shahi Tukda (rich bread pudding). Shahi tukda is a rich & festive dessert made with bread, ghee, sugar, milk and nuts. It is a very popular classic royal dessert and is said to have originated during the Mughal reign. There are different stories which relate to the origin of this delicious dessert.

shahi Tukda (rich bread pudding) This Shahi Tukda Recipe is of a hyderabadi/Awadhi dessert made by Golden frying bread slices, and later soaking in cardamom and saffron infused milk. This rich and royal dessert is also known as Double ka meetha and a lot of people know Shahi tukda by this name. Shahi Tukda or Shahi Tukra is an Indian bread pudding, which is made with golden fried bread soaked in a rich, saffron induced custard sauce.

Hey everyone, I hope you are having an incredible day today. Today, I'm gonna show you how to make a special dish, shahi tukda (rich bread pudding). One of my favorites. This time, I'm gonna make it a little bit unique. This is gonna smell and look delicious.

Shahi tukda is a rich & festive dessert made with bread, ghee, sugar, milk and nuts. It is a very popular classic royal dessert and is said to have originated during the Mughal reign. There are different stories which relate to the origin of this delicious dessert.

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To get started with this particular recipe, we must prepare a few ingredients. You can have shahi tukda (rich bread pudding) using 2 ingredients and 1 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.

The ingredients needed to make shahi Tukda (rich bread pudding):

  1. {Make ready of For the litre full-cream milk.
  2. {Get of (400gm) sweetened condensed milk1 tsp cardamom6-8 slices of raisin toast/bread1/2 cup raisins/sultanasGhee to deep fry the breadBlanched almond slivers to garnish:.

It imparts a lovely color and aroma to the Shahi Tukda. So I hope I've convinced you to try this rich, royal dessert. And don't worry too much about. Shahi Tukda means a Royal Piece (of bread, royal because of the use of expensive dry fruits and spices).

Steps to make shahi Tukda (rich bread pudding):

  1. Mix the milk and condensed milk in a thick-bottomed pan and boil till it reduces to half its original volume. Stir frequently to prevent from burning the milk. When it is done add the cardamom, mix well and remove from the fire.Cut the crusts off from the slices of bread/raisin toast and quarter the slices.Heat the ghee on a medium flame. Deep fry the pieces of bread in it till they are crisp and golden. Drain on paper towels.In the same ghee, sauté the raisins till they puff up. Remove from the ghee and drain well on paper towels.Put a layer of bread pieces at the bottom of a flat serving dish and top with the thickened milk mixture. Keep adding layers of bread and the milk mixture alternating as you go, till all the bread and milk mixture is used up.Garnish the dish with the raisins and almond slivers, chill for an hour and serve.

This desert has origins from Mughlai Cuisine but apparently it has made its way to Indian kitchen due to the usage of common Indian spices and nuts. So you can call it Indian or Mughlai desert. Shahi Tukda or Shahi Tukra is an Indian bread pudding, which is made with golden fried bread soaked in a rich, saffron induced custard sauce. It imparts a lovely color and aroma to the Shahi Tukda. So I hope I've convinced you to try this rich, royal dessert.

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