1 cup yoghurt
1 cup milk
1 can condensed milk (400 gms)
almonds blanched and sliced
- Whisk the yoghurt, add milk and condensed milk and blend well.
- Add nuts and raisins and mix well.
- Pour into pudding mould.
- Cover with butter paper and tie around the mould.
- Pour 2 cups of water into a pressure cooker, and place the mould on a stand.
- Bring to full pressure on high heat, then reduce and cook for 20 minutes. Dont close the lid as for pressure cooking.
- Once done allow to cool.
- Remove from the cooker and allow to cool. Drain off the excess water and serve.
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hmm... i love that idea....ReplyDelete
A friend of mine cooked this pudding for us the other day and I really enjoyed it.ReplyDelete
I must say that yours is much better presented ♥
I've never heard of steamed yogurt before but I bet it's delicious with the pistachios!ReplyDelete
This looks delicious, you're niece is right this is a must. And so this will also be on my "must try" list.ReplyDelete
I make this dessert! I love it. I steam mine in the oven though since I don't have a pressure cooker. Yours looks absolutely beautiful. It's one of my favorite company desserts. I also add soaked sultana raisins to mine sometimes.ReplyDelete
This looks delicious and healthy. I know I will like it....with condensed milk there....hahaReplyDelete
hmmm... what happens if I do not have pressure cooker?ReplyDelete
never had a dessert that had curd as the main ingredient! Bengali sweets rock!! Good one Shirley.. :)ReplyDelete
Wow, that's gorgeous. What is the flavor like? Does it have the tang of yogurt or does the sweetened condensed milk lighten that?ReplyDelete
This is something interesting, Shirley. It looks so nicely steamed!ReplyDelete
Oh wow, Shirley, your steamed yoghurt dessert looks perfect! My mouthwatering. I think I need a spoon for this right now. hehe...ReplyDelete
Have a nice day, dear.
very clever idea!i like it very much!ReplyDelete
Wow, how interesting this recipe with yogurt...love the idea of it...and the pistachio on it it sure looks delicious!ReplyDelete
Wow! I am sure this will hit my sweet spot and I pretend yogurt is good for me whilst I relish the whole bowl by myself! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Being a Bengali this recipe is a blessing for me...I am gonna try it tonight itself..yummy!!ReplyDelete
this is interesting and gonna try for sure.ReplyDelete
Just found your blog today. You have some awesome photos and inspiring recipes. Can't wait to try this one out, but I'll have to have a tiny bit - all those calories!!!ReplyDelete