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Wishing You All A Very Happy & Successful New Year 2012!!!
It’s New Year’s Eve and it’s time to have fun with family and friends. 2011 was very memorable year for me as I started this food blog.
I hope all of us have wonderful year ahead.
This is the first post for the New Year 2012 and I thought of starting with a sweet dish.
Kheer is a must on any special occasion or on a festival day. Kheer either prepared with rice or semiya. So, thought of preparing a little different sweet dish to make the day more special. I prepared this sweet dish for the first time and this turned out to be very tasty.
My hubby is not very interested in any kind of sweet dishes but this time surprisingly I received all good compliments from him. I was really happy to hear those compliments and what else is required after all this hard work.
So, here’s the recipe…
8 Bread Slices, 3 Doodhpeda, 3/4 Ltr Milk, Sugar, 1 tbsp Dry Fruits (Pista, Almond, Cashews), 1tsp Ghee
How to Prepare:
Remove the brown edges of the bread slices and use only the white ones. Mash the bread slices by hand and set aside.
Pour ghee in a pan and fry the dry fruits and keep aside.
Boil 1/2 ltr milk in a pan and slowly add the doodhpeda, mashed bread into it. Keep stirring so that it doesn’t stick to the pan. Now, check for the taste and add sugar if required. Pour the remaining milk into the pan and mix well. Add the dry fruits and serve hot.
Note: You can also replace doodhpeda with sweetless khoya and increase the sugar measure.