Dec 4, 2013

Shahi Tukda



Shahi Tukra is Nawabi dessert which prepared with fried bread soaked in sugar syrup and topped with chilled rabri and nuts. It’s a royal treat which look so tasty and crunchy. Shahi Tukda is perfect royal dessert to prepare for special occasions and Indian ceremonies. If you are health conscious, then you can toss the bread with little butter instead of fried version and use sugar free to prepare rabri.



Preparation Time: 20 Minutes
Cooking Time: 15 Minutes
Servings: 4
Category: Indian Mithai

Ingredients:
4 Bread Slices
Oil for Frying
1 Cup Sugar
1 Cup Water
Few Saffron Strands
Few Chopped Nuts
(Almonds, raisins, pistachios and cashews)

Instructions:
Heat the water in pan, when water starts boiling, add sugar and cook until to dissolve.
Prepare one string consistency sugar syrup and add saffron and mix it. Keep aside.
Cut the bread slices into triangle shape.


Heat the sufficient oil in pan and deep fry them until to golden and crisp.
Remove them on kitchen towel to drain excess oil.
Soak the fried bread slices into sugar syrup for 5-7 minutes.
Place the bread slices into plate and pour chilled rabri.
Garnish with chopped nuts and saffron and serve chill.

Notes: If you are calorie conscious, then just the roast the bread slices with little greased oil.

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17 comments:

  1. Wow such wonderful presentation in 1st pic! I hardly get time to Prepare For any presentation when I cook! It becomes difficult when all r waiting to eat :) its all quick clicks and im done! Looks absolute fab :)

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  2. very very delicious and sinful dessert after a meal :) looks so yummy !!

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  3. Pic's look stunning, Good one, feel to grab one and eat

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  4. Looks so sinful Preeti..very nice..

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  5. So yummy. Quick, easy and delicious.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  6. I tried this a few years ago at a restaurant and I was an instant fan..photos are styled great

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  7. Very well presented Preeti, delicious dessert.

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  8. Lovely recipe and nice pics Preeti :)

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  9. Wonderful desert and stunning clicks Preeti !

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  10. sinful preeti. I am one of those who likes to toast the bread and apply a little butter :)

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  11. Sinfully delicious Preeti. Love the pics.

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  12. Yummy shahi tukda with that sinful rabdi sauce.

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  13. Shahi tukda looks so inviting and tempting.

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  14. All time favourite dessert. Looks very inviting.

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