Instant Shrikhand recipe

Shrikhand in Marathi I ngredients: 1 cup sour cream 1/2 cup sugar Pinch of saffron 1 tbsp Lukewarm M...

Shrikhand in Marathi

Srikhand, Maharashtrian sweets, srikhand puri, shirikhand, Indian sweets, Sour cream
Ingredients:
1 cup sour cream
1/2 cup sugar
Pinch of saffron
1 tbsp Lukewarm Milk
3 tbsp Yogurt
1/2 tsp Cardamom
Almond, Cashew nuts pieces for garnishing

Method:
1) Mix Saffron in Lukewarm milk. Mix Sour Cream and Sugar nicely until sugar dissolves. whisk Yogurt and add it to sour cream. For flavor, add Cardamom Powder. To give nice color, add Saffron mixture. mix nicely. Garnish with Almond and pistachio pieces. Refrigerate for 2 to 3 hours. Serve chilled.

Also see Recipe for Puri
Note:
1) Always keep shrikhand refrigerated. It melts at room temperature.

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  1. Thank you for this recipe. will pass it on to my sister. She loves Shrikand and always waits for some one to make it for her.

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  2. Hi.. Nice blog. Enjoyed a few of ur recepies.. Vist my blog for Indian Recipes at http://cookitup.in/

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  3. hi,

    thanks for the recipe, i made it today, and it tastes EXACTLY like my mom used to make it!

    Thanks again!

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  4. I am sorry, but this recipe is NOT shrikhand recipe. The product of this recipe may taste like shrikhand, but it is NOT shrikhand.

    Shrikhand recipe in brief - Make dahi (yogurt) from milk. Put dahi in a thin cotton cloth and tie the cloth (similar to what you have to do to make paneer) and let it be overnight (12-16 hours) so that liquid from dahi is completely drained out and you have what's traditionally called "chakka". To this add sugar, saffron and cardamom to your taste and mix it well by stirring and stirring and stirring for at least 20-25 minutes. you can also add little yellow food color. For maharashtrian style, add "charoli" if available but that's optional.

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  5. Hi,
    thanks for stopping by my blog. I know this is not the exact shrikhand..I think you did not read the whole recipe. At the end I have given links for the recipe of 'Shrikhand from Yogurt'.
    This recipe is for them who don't have time to make traditional shrikhand but want to make a quick recipe which taste very similar to shrikhand. Enjoy the recipe

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  6. Please try my recipe

    4 Cream line yogurt From trader joes or 4 Mountain high yogurt, 1 sour cream and 1 Greek yogurt. Hang everything including sour cream and Greek yogurt. The result is nice creamy shirkhand. Even if you want to make shrikhand from Sour cream. Please hang it for few hours. It will taste more good.

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  7. I tried out the recipe yesterday...and loved it. Cant thank you enough Vaidehi...you are truely brilliant!

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  8. Thanks Vaidehi, it turned out to be really great. I added a little more yogurt than the recipe recommended. I also let yogurt and sour cream drain by tying them separately in cotton cloths and letting them drip the water content out for about 1 hour. I made lechi with it.

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  9. Yes I agree this is not Shrikhand recipe. You can call it instant shrikhand.

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  10. I tried it the other day to make Akshaytritiya dinner a little special (since it came on a weekday )..my family was pleasantly surprised :)

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  11. Light sour cream ki normal sour cream...????

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    1. Any type is fine. I had used normal sour cream...

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