Thursday, October 1, 2009

Milk & Curd Vadi (Dahi-dudhachya vadya)

In maharashtrian cuisine, you will find different type of vadis like Amba vadi, shrikhanda vadi, dudhi vadi, gajar vadi etc. ‘Vadi’ is a type of sweet which you may preserve for days and can have anytime when feel like having some sweet.

I don’t remember but I have tasted this curd and milk vadi somewhere. It tastes similar to shrikhand vadi, but has its own unique taste. I tried this recipe last Sunday when I had no other work to do.

Ingredients :
1 cup milk
1 cup curd
1 cup sugar
¼ tsp cardamom powder (Velchi pud)
1 tspn Charoli
Ghee for greasing the plate

Preparation :
Pour milk, curd and sugar in a non-stick pan.
Heat the mixture
Stir the mixture continuously till it gets thick consistency
Put a small drop on a plate and check whether it forms “Goli” (Similar to goli band paak)
Turn off the flame
Add cardamom powder to the mixture.
Grease thali with ghee
Pour the mixture into the plate
Flaten the mixture with spoon
Sprinkle chironji (charoli) over it
After cooling, cut it into small pieces

1 comment:

  1. Hello Amarendra,
    First time on your blog today and really enjoyed all the delicious maharashtrian dishes you have put up. I particularly loved all the chaat dishes, the vegetable sanjaa and the vegatable idlis.


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