Wednesday, 11 August 2010

Apple Rabdi

This is an exotic dessert which you would fall in love immediately. I'm sure you would try it atleast a couple of times in a week; as my mother did , after i told her the recipe which i had learnt from Sanjeev kapoor's Khazana. People would definitely ask you for a second or third serving. :)

This is a bit time consuming one but its worth the effort. Its something not many would have tasted. People would have taste rabdi but tasting apple rabdi is bit rare :)

The above rabdi was made with 4 apples and 1.5 ltr milk for a party.

  • Milk - 1 ltr
  • Apple - 2 (medium sized)
  • Sugar - 1/2 cup (less or more, as per your taste)
  • Elaichi powder - 1/2-1 tsp for flavour
  • Badam, Pista - few
  • Blanch badam and pista. You can soak in hot water for about 5 minutes or put in microwave along with little water for 4 minutes. Remove the peel and cut badam and pista into thin long strips and keep aside.
  • In a heavy bottom vessel, put the milk to boil over 'sim'. Occasionally stir the milk. This quantity should reduce to 1/2 the original volume.
  • Meanwhile grate the apple either with the peel or without the peel. I grated with the peel.
  • In a sauce pan, add the grated apple along with the sugar and cook well. You should be continuously stirring the apple mixture. The sugar should caramelize and the sugar apple mixture should become somewhat thick.
  • One the milk has reduced to half its original volume, add the cooked apple mixture.
  • Add elaichi powder, badam, pista and mix well.
  • Transfer to a serving dish and enjoy the yummy apple rabdi.
Serving suggestions
  • I found that apple rabdi tasted best when served chill.
  • You can decorate the rabdi with thin slices of apple on top.

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Kams said...

Hey i tried this dessert and u know wat....jus awesome...looks like i have prepare this often and my son too liked this...thanks for sharing!

Pavitra Venkat said...

ur welcome glad u loved it n esp ur son too :-)

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