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One of my special moments after marraige was when my hubby gifted me a cookery book "Microwave Cooking with Tarla Dalal". I prepared my first dessert "shahi rabri" from this book. The very name "shahi" means royal n "rabri" means thick milk dessert.
This is an exotic dessert which can be prepared very quickly with minimum ingredients. Cottage cheese is simmered in milk n flavored with pistachio n cardamom.
Preparation Time: 15 min
Cooking Time : 6 min
- 2 cups organic milk
- 1 cup grated paneer(cottage cheese)
- 1/2 cup condensed milk
- 2 tbsp finely chopped pista
- 1 tbsp sugar
- 1/8 tsp cardamom powder
- 2-3 drops of rose essence
- 1 tsp pista
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Mix all the above ingredients in a microwave safe deep bottom bowl n microwave on high for 6 min.In between stir it at every 2 minutes.
After 6 min let it cool then garnish with chopped pista n refrigerate for minimum 1 hr n serve cold.
Note: The chosen bowls height should be 4 times the height of the milk because this will prevent the milk from overflowing in the microwave.
Party Serving Tip: Before refrigeration first divide them in small serving bowls, then garnish n refrigerate. Serve chilled directly to guests.
I am sending this yummy shahi rabri to
MEC Festive Events hosted by Smitha and started by Srivalli
'Cooking for Kids' event by Sharmi , guest hosted at Veggieplatter
Tags: Pista Shahi Rabri, Pista Shahi Rabidi, Rabri, Rabadi, Indian Dessert, Indian Sweet, Microwave dessert, Cold dessert, Easy Recipe, Tasty recipe
Wow thats so marvelous dear.... book marked...
Cute ..those gifts are forever special,aren't they ;)
Rabri looks DELICIOUS!
Yummy sweet dish,...
How are you?
I am just back from Taipei ...and what a great sweet dish you have posted here!!! ..cant wait to make it.
Have a nice week ahead
That was a 'Sweet' gift, Satya;)
The dish looks heavenly divine!
Sweet looks really yummy and rich..
Wow,I am now craving for this!! Looks sinfully delicious!
Yummy and seems easy to prepare..will try it
gorgeous! looks so yummy
It looks perfect one dear.Janmashtami is ahead I have bookmarked it for the day.
Rabri Looks super yummy.
nice n yummy dear
I like the idea of a microwave dessert! This looks super tasty.
this looks super delicious...
That looks awesome dear!!!
i like pic of every recipe they are so alive .paneer rabri mouthwatering so lovely'think eat just now
Rabri chudadaniki chala bavundhi with creamy texture.chala simple ga undhi.
Mouthwatering paneer rabri Satya, wanna have some right now, great shots..
Absolutely mouth-watering..Will try this out :-)
So Rich and yummy!!!
Richie rich! :-)
what a delightful bowl of rabri!
love it dear.looks thick and very very yummy
Omg, wat a fabulous looking rabri, very rich and yummy..
how sweet...super creamy and delicious!
Looks so creamy and delicious!
Droolin over this delicious sweet!!
lovely..how sweet of him..
Rabri looks divine and irresistible.
Great memories with this recipe. It looks delicious..thanks:)
Lovely Rabri in MW, I tried one today just to participate in MW of valli's, I have never tried cooking in MW, This one is cute!, will try it sometime soon
the rabri looks delicious
Satya, you tickled my sweet tooth :) Luv ur version of this yummy rabri. Bookmarked it .
Cheers n Happy Cooking,
Congrats Satya, your dish is absolutely breathtaking and so delicious. Thanx for sending this great entry to my event. Lovely pics too...:)
I Am soooooooooooo making it. I love rabri and that too in microwave sounds very tempting.
Thank you for the lovely entry Satyasree
Thanks for sharing your yummy Rabri in microwave. I will definitely going to try this for party.
Looks so yummy satya,...but i am sure will all settle down on my waist if I have them....Wen I make sweets that are so heavy in calories, I simply eat one spoon everyday ...that helps to satisfy my cravings and also in the weight area!!! Your version is simple yet rich.
Hi Satya and thank you for sharing this recipe on the hearth and soul hop this week! I love it that your husband gave you a cook book at wedding time to help you set up your kitchen! Such a thoughtful man. I adore dairy desserts and as I just learned to make paneer, I may try this for a fancy dinner dessert! Alex@amoderatelife
Satya, this is absolutely DIVINE! It sounds so delicate, I can almost taste it! So lovely, thank you for sharing it with the hearth and soul hop this week =)
I would just love your recipe and I plan to try it.
Ah what a simply wonderful dessert! Simple and delicous! Thanks for linking this to the hearth and soul hop.
rose essence... mmm!
Hi Satya,rabri looks very tempting and the recipe is quite simple. I have bookmarked it for coming diwali.
Looks tempting and wonderful
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