Thursday, October 18, 2007

Shrikhand for Think Spice

I know that I already posted 'Shrikhand' before, but when dear Sunita announced 'Saffron' as her monthly Think:Spice theme, I couldn't resist myself to post again for the event. Here is the recipe...

We need:

Sourcream 16 oz
1 canned fruit/ fresh fruits
Confectionary Sugar - 1 cup ( adjust depending on our taste)
Elaichi powder
Saffron Strands - few
Nuts


To make Shrikhand: Drain the canned fruits. Mix all the ingredients and garnish with nuts and saffron strands. Serve chilled..:D

Want to know some interesting facts about South-Asian Spices? Then, this is an interesting read.

Enjoii folks and Happy Vijayadashami to all of u... will be back soon with my "Dussehra Sambaralu" post.. until then Chao..:D

Last, but not the least, "A Big Thank You to all you wonderful people out there who made FAHC a huge success".

29 comments :

  1. Great entry for Saffron Siri. Enjoy your trip and come back refreshed!:))
    Happy Navratri.

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  2. Lovely Siri... Such a Simple, and delicious dessert!!!

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  3. Happy Navarathri Siri....
    Saw this dish on one of ur earlier posts...Nice entry for the event dear :-)

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  4. For the past three days i was planning to go and get myself a box of shrikhand, but somehow was lazy to move out....how i wish i stayed somewhere close to ur place...atleast i would have got ur delicious shrikand to eat.....

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  5. This looks very good and so easy too! :)

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  6. This is so easy it almost seems like cheating :-) Wonderfully inventive recipe Siri.

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  7. Hi Siri, that's a very different Shrikhand, never had it like this, will try it out !

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  8. Siri dear, when my daughter deleted the logo , I knew that site is corrupted.Don't really worry!:))
    Your Shrikand is looking so yummy with lot of fruits!:)) lovely entry for the event! Even I am planning to post my friends version of shrikand.:))

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  9. i love shrikandh!! but have never made it... will try this for sure.. looks very delicious..

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  10. Your Shrikhand gives me idea of making something with mango pure for this event, thanks for popping this in my head ;) the photos looks awesome Siri!

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  11. I love Shrikhand...your's looks delicious...thanks for sending it over.

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  12. @ Asha: Thanks ashaji..:) will be back from trip on Monday with loads of pics ..:D I will share with u all in my posts..:)

    @ Cinnamon: Inclusion of Sour cream makes it simple, with the same flavor of original shrikhand..:) do try it sometime gurl.

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  13. @ Sirisha: Thankandi. Ya, just for the event, I reposted again..:)

    @ EC: Sure dear.. U are always welcome to drop by my place..:)

    @ Lavanya: Thanks dear.

    @ Sivani: Everything is fair in love and war n now food dear.. ultimately it must taste good with less effort.. hehehe.. wat say?..

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  14. @ Bindiya: This version of Shrikhand is not made by pure yogurt dear.. so its a little different, but tastes yumm.. do try it sometime..

    @ Lathaamma: Thanks amma. I like fruits with yogurt.. so made this Shrikhand which both..::))

    @ Superchef: Thanks for ur sweet comments dear. Believe me, its worth a try and I am sure u will love it.

    @ Padma: Glad that becoz my Shrikhand, some nice n yummy idea popped up Padma. Now, we are waiting for ur Mango Puree version...:)

    @ Sunita: Its my pleasure to participate in the event dear.. Nice and colorful theme I must say..:D Thanks dear.

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  15. hey, ur fruity shrikhand sounds yum :)
    Happy Dushahrah to you as well!

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  16. Great entry, Siri! You know, we had fruit srikhand as the main sweet for our wedding...so it is very close to my heart :)

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  17. Happy Vijayadashami to you,
    Nice entry Sri..

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  18. My kind of food. Really easy to make but taste great.

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  19. Siri, never knew you could put fruit (pieces) in shrikhand. It looks nice!

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  20. Never knew making shrikand is so easy. Very nice entry.

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  21. hey..this is an easy recipe...will try it..thnks :)

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  22. So very simple yet delicious!!!

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  23. hey Siri,

    the shrikhand looks lovely!! and with all that fruits, I bet it was healthy too:)I make shrikhand with sour cream instead of yoghurt...

    now cook something with peaches girl and send it over for AFAM-Peach:)

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  24. shrikhand is looking delicious.i want to grab some.

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  25. @ Richa: Thanks dear and Happy Dussehra to you and your family..:)

    @ Tee: Wow dear.. glad to know that such lovely memories are associated with this dish..:)

    @ Seena: Thanks gurl...

    @ HappyCook: Its my kind of food too dear.. simple yet tasty.

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  26. @ Sra: The fruits add great flavor to Shrikhand da.. do add next time u make it..:)

    @ Madhu, Rajitha,Pushpa: Thanks dearies for ur sweet comments. do try this simple way of making Shrikhand sometime.. U r gonna definitely love it..

    @ Mansi: The Shrikhand is healthy and very tasty too dear. Even, I used sour cream instead of Yogurt. My next recipe is coming over to you babe.

    @ Ramya: Thanks dear.. :D

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  27. Hi ther siri...great post and simple too. Love shrikhand...LOL

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  28. @ Passionate Baker: Thanks dear for ur appreciation. Do visit again.

    @ Rajeshwari: Glad u liked it dear..:)

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