Shahi Rabri is the one of the most favorite Indian sweet. Generally, it takes around 2 hours to make it. Here, I am sharing a quick and easy 15 minutes recipe. Also, not compromising with the taste. Rabri is ,somewhat, an emotion rather than a mere sweet here in India. It is favorite of almost all age groups, my elder one’s too. 😉 So, invented a quick and easy recipe. Because, we can’t invest 2 hours every time making this. 🙂
As Diwali is approaching, we all make many sweets at home for Prasad or for our guests. This is the most appropriate choice for that.
Quick Shahi Rabri in 15 minutes | Shahi Rabri Recipe | Rabdi recipe
Shahi rabri ia an all time favorite and an authentic Indian sweet. Milk is the main ingredient of this recipe and is also stocked with dry fruits.Originally, it takes around 2 hours to make this sweet. But, in this quick generation we must need quick and easy version of everything. Here I am, with a quick and easy recipe of shahi rabri. Yet not compromising on taste.
- Electric Mixer
- Thick bottomed Deep pan
- 4-5 Cashews Kaju
- 4-5 Pistachio Pista
- 4-5 Almonds Badaam
- 8-10 strings Saffron Kesar
- 2 Slices Bread (white/ brown)
- 3 Cups Milk
- 1/2 tsp Cardamom Powder Elaichi powder
- 1/4 cup Sugar
- Firstly, add cashews, pistachios, almonds, saffron strings and bread slices.
- Grind it coarse.
- Now, in a thick bottom deep pan, take 3 cups of milk.
- Initially, keep it at full till it comes to a boil.
- After boiling, reduce the flame to medium. Cook for 9-10 minutes. Keep stirring so that it cannot stick to the bottom.
- Add bread mixture. And, set the flame to low.
- Cook it till it gets little thick. Keep stirring.
- Set the flame to medium and cook it for another 5 minutes.
- Rabri is ready to serve. Garnish it with chopped cashews, almonds, pistachios and rose petals(Optional).
Shahi Rabri is an authentic rich, flavorful recipe. This recipe is worth to give it a try.. Some points:
- Most importantly, use full fat milk rather than skimmed milk.
- Secondly, bread mixture should be ground coarse and not fine.
- finally, keep stirring.