Shahi Tukray Recipe | White Bread Pudding

Posted by MonuTeena RecipesPassion on Saturday, December 28, 2013 with 12 comments
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Thank God I am done with my papers and BACK ON BLOGGING. Hope I could get some good grades in my exam too Lolx.  Seriously speaking, I have never ever tried Shahi tukrays before, I know it sounds hilarious, but it's true. Last time I had them when my mother in law cooked them. Loving the pictures sent to me by her. Mouth watering ;) I just love the juicy flavor when it comes with bread and milk enriched with cream &  some nuts. Seriously I am very thankful to Haffa, because of her beautiful recipe now i am able to make some for my family :D..  Not only me I must say you should try this yum recipe too.  

Well she wants to say something I am going to quote her wonderful recipe with her beautiful words:-

Salam & love to sweet readers of My sweet friend Monu Teena of "Recipes Passion",
I am Haffa Bexi, a food blogger from Pakistan, doctor by profession. I love to cook different dishes of different cuisines. Blogging has become my favorite hobby since few months, and especially after meeting Monu Teena on blogger. I have no words to praise my cute little friend! She is one of my best friends & is a talented intelligent blogger. One of the God gifted girly I have got! Love u Monu! Her blog "Recipes Passion" is a wonderful blog, and she is the master in baking! I am so excited to write a guest post for my dear friend Teena. And thanx dear for inviting me to ur blog!
Today I am bringing to u a different yummilacious dessert named Shahi Tukra/ Royal dessert.
Shahi tukray Well, it's a rich dessert delicacy, made with deep fried bread, soaked in sweetened condensed milk, flavored with cardamom powder & then topped with crushed dry crunchy nuts & cream. Shahi Tukra is perfect royal dessert to prepare for special occasions and Pakistani/ Indian ceremonies. If you are health conscious, then u can toss the bread with little oil/butter instead of deeply fried in oil. It can be served both cold n hot, acc to ur wish & taste. :) Here is its recipe:

Ingredients you will need:
8-10 of Bread Slices
1 tin (397 gm)  of Sweetened Condensed Milk                        
1 liter of Milk                                                                
1 tbsp of Cornflour                                                      
4 Green cardamom (Choti Ilaychi) ground              
Few (Finely sliced) of Dry nuts (Almonds, Pistachio)                   
 2 wooden spoon of Oil                                                                 
Saffron Optional
Cream Optional

Steps to follow:
First of all cut the slices of bread in triangle shape from center.
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You can remove the edges of the bread if you wish.
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Heat oil in a pan and fry the bread on medium flame, until both sides are brown and crispy.
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Like this:
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Remove and keep aside.
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Meanwhile mix the condensed milk, cornflour and 1 liter milk in a pan and boil it.
Add cardamom powder and saffron (Optional) in it. Cook on medium flame until it thickens and reduces half its quantity.

Next arrange the bread slices in a dish & pour the thickened milk over it like this:
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Refrigerate it for few hours until chilled.

Next carefully place them in the serving dish & top with finely sliced almonds/pistachio and cream if u want [Optional] :) Pour some thickened milk on its side and serve :)
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Thank you so much for stopping by! Hope u enjoy this recipe :)

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