The term Shahi tukda means royal piece or royal bite, and we think it's a perfect fit. Shahi tukda is prepared by frying little pieces of bread soaked in condensed milk and dry fruits and infused with a flavour of cardamom, and is often compared to the Arabic delicacy Umm Ali. A wonderful fruit meets a delicate melt-in-your-mouth concoction Shahi tukda in this recipe, resulting in a mouthwateringly exquisite Indian fusion dessert, mango shahi tukda, packed with a rich yet light and fluffy Rabdi mousse. This mango shahi tukda dessert is a crowd-pleaser, with an interesting blend of tastes that will appeal to both children and adults!
The traditional method of making Shahi tukda takes up to an hour or more but is quick when using condensed milk. You can now make this simple mango shahi tukda recipe at home during Ramadan because it only requires a few ingredients. Learn how to make mango shahi tukda at home using Nestlé MILKMAID.
Yes! If you are not going to serve the mango shahi tukda right away, store all of the ingredients separately in the refrigerator. Just keep in mind that the bread will get a little soggy after a while in the moist air of the refrigerator, so toast it again before serving.
Some people like to decorate their shahi tukra with beautiful silver foil (chandi ka varak). If you want to use it, do it right before serving, regardless of whether you're serving it chilled, heated, or room temperature.