Recipe by Charishma_Ramchandani
It tastes better the next day, the more cold it is, the more delicious. This recipe is passed on to me by my aunt(mom's sis), Mrs. Madhu Malhotra. I made this yesterday evening and it was enjoyed by everyone at home:) I also like the idea of it being vegetarian and hence it will click with just about everyone!
- 500 ml fresh milk
- 2 tablespoons milk
- 2 tablespoons custard powder
- 2 tablespoons sugar, granulated
- 1 can pineapple slices in syrup
- almonds, chopped (a handful)
- raisins, chopped (a handful)
- cashews, chopped (a handful)
- 2 packets glucose biscuits
- 2 packets monaco biscuits or 2 packets nabil biscuits
- 3 glace green cherries (for garnishing)
- 3 glace red cherries (for garnishing)
Directions See How It's Made
- -----Preparationof custard-----------.
- Firstly, you have to prepare the custard.
- For this, take 2 tbsp of milk in a bowl and add the custard powder to it.
- Mix very nicely till all the powder has dissolved in the milk.
- Now boil the remaining milk on low flame, making sure that you stir occasionally.
- Once the milk has boiled, pour it into the custard that you have prepared.
- Stir really well and do not let lumps form.
- ------Formationof layers-------------.
- Now comes the interesting part.
- Take a transparent bowl and on the bottom, put one layer of Monaco biscuits.
- Spread it out evenly.
- Then, put a layer of Glucose biscuits.
- Then, put a layer of the various dryfruits i.
- ,cashewnuts, raisins and almonds.
- After this, put small pieces of pineapple slices and pat them with some of the syrup from the tin.
- Now, put some red glaze cherries on top of the pineapple pieces.
- If you wish, you can cut them in various shapes and then put them.
- After this, pour some of the custard all around the topmost layer so that it'll sink to the last layer as well.
- Then, repeat the same steps of creating the different layers.
- Garnish on top with green and red glaze cherries, alternately.
- Keep aside for 20 minutes and then refrigerate.
- Serve chilled.