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  • Shrikhand with all the variations like kesari, kesar pista, mango, strawberry etc. came into being as people became more and more adventurous with their food but a traditional shrikhand is still the best tasting one.

    Shrikhand (Traditional)

  • At feasts in Maharashtra, shrikhand is often the accompaniment to puri-bhaji.

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  • Maharashtrian familes also make shrikhand and Poori on this day.

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  • New clothes are worn, and sweets made for the occasion include shrikhand, basundi, jalebis etc.

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  • To make shrikhand: Mix the chakka with sugar and keep it in the fridge for an hour to chill.

    Shrikhand (Traditional)

  • Remove from the fridge and pass the sugar chakka mix through a stainless steel sieve by pressing it with a wooden spoon OR just beat it up for less than a minute with an electric beater to get creamy fluffy shrikhand.

    Shrikhand (Traditional)

  • Next, a mound of simple mixed salad that adds color and crunch, an finally, a small dollop of thick strained yogurt known as labneh (strained thick yogurt ... resembles the chakka (Marathi word) that we use to make shrikhand).

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  • Our friend's mother recently cooked this for us with puris and shrikhand.

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  • Virtually every shrikhand recipe that I come across mentions that it is essential to use full-fat yogurt.

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  • I must confess that of all the profusion of Indian desserts that I know and love, shrikhand would never make it to even the top 20.

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