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Ritu Singh Bokaro Steel City / Jharkhand. Take a bowl add yoghurt whisk well. Add condensed milk and again mix well. You can have Steamed Yoghurt using 7 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Steamed Yoghurt
- You need 1 cup of yoghurt.
- It’s 400 gm of condensed milk.
- You need 1 cup of milk.
- You need 10 of cashew (chopped).
- Prepare 10 of almonds.
- You need as needed of Kesar(safforn) strings.
- Prepare 1 tbsp of ghee.
It is nothing but a steamed yoghurt pudding. It is having a cooling effect on body and its healthy too. One can say it is a summer dessert. It is very easy, quick and simple dish.
Steamed Yoghurt instructions
- Take a bowl add yoghurt whisk well. Add condensed milk and again mix well. Add milk and whisk again. In another bowl take 2 tbsp milk and kesar and soak it for few minutes..
- Add chopped almond and cashew and kesar mix and give it a nice mix. Now grease the six small bowl with some ghee. Add few kesar each bowl then pour the yoghurt mixture individually in the bowl in same quantity..
- Cover it with cling film or aluminum foil then place it in the steamer and steam it for 10-15 minutes..
- After that take it out from the steamer and remove the cling film and allow to cool completely on room temperature then place it in the refrigerator to chill completely and then demould it garnish with chopped almond and cashew and serve..
It will take only half an hour to be ready and few ingredients. One can add any flavour to it like mango or strawberry or anything. Here is my version of a steamed Bengali dessert that they call bhapa doi. It's a slightly more labor intensive process than simply whipping cream and yogurt/labneh together and serving with fruit, but it's richer and well yes, fancier too. Naturally, this one is dedicated to Yasir*… The main ingredient is yogurt, although I find using.