Shrikhand is a dessert made with strained yogurt. I made shrikhand because it's my grandma's favorite dessert!
Daunting as it sounds, straining yogurt is super simple. I've included some step by step photos so you can have a visual!
First, prepare your cheesecloth. So you can use a cheesecloth or just a pillowcase. Using a cheesecloth will be fastest though.
I roll the top of my cheesecloth/pillowcase down and have it sit on a colander which is over a large bowl. Then I add the yogurt and tie the cheesecloth/pillowcase up with a knot.
You'll let this mixture sit for at least two hours. If you want the process to go a bit quicker, occasionally use your hands to squeeze your cheesecloth/pillowcase.
After that, the steps are easy peasy! Just whip the yogurt, add the sugar and mango, chill, and lastly, serve!
|Level: 👩🏽🍳|Time: 3 hours, 30 minutes|Serves: 3|
2 1/2 cups full-fat yogurt
1/4 cup granulated sugar
1 cup mango puree (with
Roll the top of the cheesecloth down and place over a colander, which is over a bowl (see photos above for help). Add the yogurt, fold up the cheesecloth, and twist to make a knot. Let this sit for at least two hours.
Take out the yogurt and place it in a large bowl. With an electric mixer beat the yogurt and sugar for 2 minutes so it's fluffy. Fold in the mango puree. Chill, covered, in the fridge for 1 hour. Serve with saffron.
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