Oct 25, 2013

Chocolate Ghewar Pudding



We had leftover mawa ghewar at home in large quantity, no one interested to eat ghewar more. Then I preferred to discuss this problem with my friends regarding how to utilize this leftover ghewar? That moment one of my favorite co-blogger and now my good friend like elder sister, +Vaishali from Ribbons to Pastas suggest me this recipe “Chocolate Ghewar Mousse”, completely fantastic and delicious recipe.


After Vaishali’s guideline, I tried this recipe in my kitchen with specific ingredients. It’s really awesome in taste and instant version of Indian Mousse. In this recipe, there are no needs of chinagrass, gelatine or eggs types of ingredient which are essential for every mousse recipe. Mawa ghewar is made with three main ingredients are flour, khoya and sugar which gives sweetness and thickness to pudding as mousse.

Preparation Time: 10 Minutes
Cooking Time: 15 Minutes
Servings: 4
Category: Dessert
Recipe Source: Vaishali

Ingredients:
2 Cup Mawa Ghewar, crushed
1 Cup Milk
150 gm Semi Sweet Milk Chocolate, chopped
2 Tbsp. Sugar, Optional
1 Tsp. Vanilla Essence

For Garnishing
Almond powder or Chopped Almonds
Chopped Pistachios
Choco Chips


Instructions:
Boil the milk in non-stick pan.
Add crushed mawa ghewar, chocolate and vanilla essence in boiled milk.
Stir together until to smooth consistency. Add sugar as per taste and mix well.
Remove from the flame and keep aside to room temperature.
Pour into individual serving and keep in freezer for one hour to set.
Garnish with almond powder, chopped pistachios and choco chips. Serve chilled.

Note:
Ghewar and chocolate both are already sweets, so you can avoid the sugar in this recipe.

Tag: how to make mousse, leftover ghewar, how to use ghewar, sweets, mithai, chocolate dessert, mousse, ghewar, instant mousse, how to use leftover mithai or sweets.



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13 comments:

  1. Ah so you made the ghevar mousse..well mine will be up tomorrow.the mousse tasted great and I like the way you have served it..looks gorgeous.

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  2. wow so good nice preeti I love the recipe its perfect for diwali

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  3. oh that is looking so delicious!!! I am drooling here!!

    Sowmya

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  4. Omg, you took the traditional ghevar to a different fusion..Lovely pudding, fantastic idea by Vaishali,kudos to both of you.

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  5. Really yummy looking dish Preeti!

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  6. That's very innovative and now I see the results of those discussions..:)..

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  7. fabulous way to repurpose leftover

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  8. Just saw this on Vaishali's blog and here you are with equally gorgeous pics.. Very interesting dessert.

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