This recipe comes from my SIL's Kitchen.
Calling her a fantastic cook would be an understatement. She is just sooo good.When we visited them last time, she said that she was going to make srikhand for us.
I am not a big fan of Srikhand, but I didn't object, as my tummy always has place for deserts. :)
I decided to capture the procedure in my camera for my Blog's sake. And I am so glad I did.
Coz the end result was the yummiest srikhand I have ever tasted in my entire lifetime. You just can't stop eating it, until you have devoured it all. It's sinfully rich, and you just can't avoid it.
Quickly note down the recipe and I promise you won't regret it.
Hung curd made out of whole cream milk.
Powdered green cardamom
Powdered Sugar as per your taste
Hang curd made out of whole cream milk in a muslin cloth for 24 hours. Make sure it does not come in touch with water. Transfer this hung curd in a bowl.
Add equal quantity of sour cream to it.
Then add to it saffron,
and green cardamom powder and beat it.
Srikhand is ready to be relished.
You can garnish it with dry fruits, if you like.
In case you are looking for a sugar free version of Srikhand, add honey instead of sugar and I promise you won't even understand the difference in taste.