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Rabri is also known as rabri. It is a traditional North Indian sweet dish. Today I am going to share my delicious rabri recipe with you.
Rabri recipe is made with full cream milk, sugar, cardamoms, pistachio and almonds.
What is Rabri made from?
Rabri is made of full cream milk, sugar, cardamom, pistachio and almonds. You can also add saffron to it.
Is Rabri good for health?
The main ingredient of rabri is milk. It is a very healthy sweet dish with lots of pistachio and almonds in it. If you do not like sugar, then you can reduce the quantity of sugar in it.
What to eat with rabri?
Rabri can be eaten on its own either warm or chilled. I prefer the chilled one. You can have it with jalebi, gulab jamun, malpua, shahi tukda, faluda and puri.
When you are making rabri either take a kadhai or non-stick pan or thick bottom pan. Otherwise, your rabri cream may stick to the bottom and you may have a burnt smell. I prepared this rabri in a non-stick pan.
Try my other sweet and desert recipes
You can make mango stuffed kulfi with this rabri recipe. You must definitely try this mango kulfi also.
Recipe of Rabri Video
- 1 liter full cream milk
- 2-3 crushed cardamoms seeds
- 2 tablespoon sugar
- 5-6 Chopped Pistachio pista
- 5-6 Chopped Almonds badam
- Boil the milk on a high flame, after that lower the gas stove flame.
- Once the cream (malai) comes on top of it, keep it aside in the corner of the pan. And stir it after that.
- Repeat the above step after every few minutes.
- Now you will see that milk in the pan is reduced to half.
- You will see that very little milk is left and grains are formed in milk.
- Now add cardamom seeds powder in it
- Add 2 tablespoons of sugar.
- Mix it well.
- Turn off the gas stove and keep it aside for cooling.
- Serve chill after garnishing it with pistachio and almonds.
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