>> Thursday, April 18, 2013
Yesterday it was a full fundo of such discussions among us, which started with hubby dear updating me on the wonderful recipe he was lucky to watch while eating his lunch. He even told me what exactly the cook did. She too strawberries, asked us to wash, chop, take milk, mixer. Add chopped berries, milk and sugar, run it for couple of minutes until smooth. Remove lid, taste, add more sugar if you want. Else remove to a long fancy glass, and your Strawberry Milkshake is ready! He said that was such a tough recipe that Athamma was watching with unabated breath and he was hoping the cook would come up with a last minute twist. But then she asked the host to drink and the dish was done.
Well with exactly these thoughts I had created a blog for Konda, which I hardly get time to update, at one point she wanted to make something and share on the blog. I said I have enough food blogs on hand to manage, I don't need another!
Now coming to the recipe for today, it's another delicious authentic dish from Gujarat and Rajasthan. Now I might never can say the exact origin of Shrikhand. I had made one version of Shrikhand earlier during Rajasthan RCI. And this is entirely another way of making it, though you surely end up with some delicious treat on hand. The last time I had made was with mangoes, and the Mango Shrikhand tastes yum as well! This one is inspired by the NDTV recipes and this is surely a keeper.
While adding castor sugar, you can start from spoonfull and continue until you get a sweet curds. It almost took me 1/2 cups or little more.
This can be chilled in a big bowl and served in individual bowls later.
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