Shahi tukda is a delicious and rich dessert that has its roots in India. It’s a special treat that you might find at traditional Indian feasts and celebrations. The name “Shahi tukda” itself sounds fancy, and it lives up to its name with its royal and indulgent taste.
Shahi Tukda is made using some simple ingredients like bread, milk, sugar, ghee (clarified butter), and nuts. The process of making this sweet dish involves a few basic steps, but the result is a heavenly dessert that will satisfy your sweet cravings. It is perfect to make and serve during festivals and special occasions.
With its creamy rabdi, crispy bread and nutty toppings, Shahi tukda is a sweet delight that will surely make your taste buds feel like royalty.
Shahi TukdaCourse: DessertCuisine: IndianDifficulty: Moderate
A royal dessert which will make you feel like royalty!
Bread Slices – 4
Butter / Ghee – 2-3 tbsp
- For the Milk Syrup
Milk – ½ cup
Sugar – ½ cup
Saffron – a few strands
Cardamom Powder – a pinch
- For the Rabri
Remaining Milk Syrup
Condensed Milk – ¼ cup
Crumbled White Bread – 2
Rose Water – ½ tsp
Milk – ¼ cup
- For Garnish
Chopped Almonds and Pistachios
- Remove the crust from the bread slices and then cut them into triangles.
- Spread a generous amount of ghee / butter on the bread slices and toast them on a pan till golden-brown and crispy. Keep them aside.
- Into a kadai or a pan, boil together milk, sugar, saffron and cardamom powder for a couple of minutes till the sugar dissolves well.
- Dip the bread slices into this and arrange them on the serving plate or dish.
- Strain the remaining milk syrup and add it back to the kadai or pan.
- Add condensed milk, crumbled bread, rose water and milk to this and mix well. Once it thickens, blend if needed to a smooth texture.
- Pour the rabri on top of the bread slices and garnish with chopped almonds, pistachios, silver wark and rose petals.
- Refrigerate and serve cold.