Diwali 2019 recipes for kids: Desserts are simply the highlight of every Indian festival and to add more enthusiasm to this festivity, here are three delectable recipes to try out this Diwali, courtesy Dinesh Mhatre, executive chef, Hilton Mumbai International Airport.
Sweet boondi 200 gm, dairy cream 200 gm, mascarpone cheese 150 gm, agar-agar 30 gm, saffron few strands
In bowl take sugar, dairy cream, saffron. Boil it and keep it for cooling.
Add mascarpone cheese, sweet boondi and agar-agar. Mix it well Keep it in chiller to set for two hours.
Suggested serving-garnish with sweet boondi and strand of saffron.
Rice 150 gm, sugar 150 gm, saffron few strands, blueberry 150gm, milk 1 l , pistachio 50 gm
Clean, wash and soak the rice for 3 hours. Then make a thick paste, and keep it aside.
Soak the saffron in warm water.
In a thick deep pan, pour the milk and boil for 10 minutes Add saffron and rice paste and stir it until one string consistency, add the sugar and give one boil.
Remove from the flame and allow to cool it.
After the cooling, add half cut blue berries. Mix well and store it in the refrigerator.
Serve it cold, garnish with pistachio and blueberries.
White chocolate thandai terrine
White chocolate 400 gm, dairy cream 200 gm, whipped cream 150 gm, milk (thandai) 300 ml, agar-agar 30gm, saffron few strands
In a bowl take white chocolate, dairy cream, thandai, and saffron. Heat it up till 85 degrees Celsius.
Add whipped cream, mix well.
Add soaked agar-agar.
Keep in the chiller to set for two hours.
Chilled dessert is ready to be served.