Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Instant Cashew Rabdi (Rabri)


I made this as Neivedyam for Goddess Lakshmi during Diwali. It tastes divine!

Ingredients

1 cup milk
1 cup sugar
10 cashew nuts
1/2 cup fresh grated coconut
2 tbsp khoya
2 tbsp ghee
1 tsp Cardamom powder
Almonds for garnish

Preparation

Grind coconut and cashew nuts into paste with very little water and set aside. Boil milk in a heavy bottomed pan and add the coconut-cashew mix to it. On low heat keep stirring for 2 minutes till the mixture slightly cooks. To this add sugar, Khoya, cardamom powder and ghee. Keep stirring for 10-12 minutes, till the mixture thickens and all the ingredients blend well. Garnish with almonds and serve warm!!





18 comments:

Raaga said...

Very simple and yet divine... I can taste the flavours from here :)

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Cashew rabri is new to me,sounds very delicious!

Gayathri's Cook Spot said...

Looks delicious..

Priya said...

Fabulous looking rich rabdi..

kanthi said...

Cashew rabdi looks classic, rich with a creamy texture and a divine touch..

Pavani said...

Looks and sounds super delicious. Love the silver dish you served it in too.

Harini said...

very rich and delicious indeed!

Srimathi said...

An easy but luxurious dessert to make anytime. Looks very special.

Kurinji said...

Looks delicious...

Sayantani said...

looks divine.

Apu said...

Oh - that is lovely!!

sanjeeta kk said...

Looks delicious, and the fact that it is quick to cook is very good.

Hari Chandana said...

Looks soo tempting and delicious.. amazing shots dear !!

TBC said...

That's just perfect for the festival season.
Hope you're doing fine, Sharmi.

Cynthia said...

Hon, I have been looking at all the things you've made since I last visited. Girl, you are one talented woman. Perfect Jalebi(s), the rasgullahs are fully and delicious, everything is outstanding.

I hope that you and the family are well.

Chitra said...

Never tried rabdi. will try for next week pooja. Abt the querry u asked in my blog , wheat berry is just whole wheat which we use to grind the flour:)

saritha said...

it looks yummy,i think its simple to make definitely i will try this..

Tanu said...

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Thanks..