Sitaphal Basundi/Custard Apple Basundi


In one of our Sunday breakfast, during the Navratri festival we had this Sitaphal Basundi and from that time I wanted to make this.   As Sitaphal is seasonal fruit, has just started arriving in the market.  I made basundi with it and it tasted so yum and loved by all.   So let's go to the recipe...

Sending this post to Srivalli's Kid's Delight event, host of the month Harini - theme Fruits in any form -  week 1 day 2.

Ingredients:

1.1/2 Ml  Milk
Few strands of Saffron
1/2 Cup Sugar  or according to taste
Chopped Pistachios and Almonds
2 Big Custard Apples -  De seeded
1/4 Teaspoon  Cardamon powder 


Method:
In a large vessel preferably thick bottomed heat the milk and let is boil on low heat stirring it occasionally till its reduced till half of its original quantity.

Add the sugar and let it boil for 5 minutes till the water of the sugar evaporates.  Then add cardamon powder and mix well turn off the flame .

Let it cool on room temperature then add the sitaphal and mix it .

Refrigerate for an hour or two and serve chilled. Garnish it with chopped nuts ... delicious...






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Labels : Kids delight, Custard Apple, Basundi, Sweets & Desserts, Blogging Marathon
sneha datar
sneha datar

Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.

14 comments:

  1. Seeding custard apples is a real job :D. But this version basundi sounds good!

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  2. I like the idea of Basundi...it is yum and we normally have it at the wedding buffets.

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  3. This custard apple version basundi sounds interesting.

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  4. this version of basundi sounds delicious.. should try sometime...

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  5. Basundi with custard apple sounds interesting..It looks yum.

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  6. Like Rajani said, deseeding sitaphal is quite a tedious task. Basundi looks amazing.

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  7. Omg, wat an incredible basundi, seriously you rock Sneha.

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  8. Wow!How I miss custard apples here. Very interesting version of basundi.

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  9. Quite innovative to include apple. Sounds very new.

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  10. very interesting combo...would have tasted great for sure..

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  11. I am a total fan of BAsundi.. and although I dont like sitaphal, I think my kid will like this.. totally creamy and delish !

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  12. Sitaphal in basundi is new to me and it is quite innovative.

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