Food and Nutrition

Shahi Tukda - Hyderabadi Dessert Recipe

Nishtha Dutt
0 to 1 years

Created by Nishtha Dutt
Updated on Oct 14, 2019

Shahi Tukda Hyderabadi Dessert Recipe
Reviewed by Expert panel

Shahi Tukda, is a rich Hyderabadi dessert recipe that is prepared using bread. The authentic version of Shahi Tukda, calls for use of full fat milk and deep frying the bread in ghee (clarified butter) till a deep golden brown shade is achieved.

Shadi Tukda Recipe Ingredients:

Main Ingredients: bread sugar milk

Shahi Tukda Recipe Ingrdient Quantity
Bread slices 6, Large
Sugar 1/2 Cup
Milk 1 & 1/2 Ltr
Water 1 & 1/4 Cup
Cashew nuts fistful, break into small pieces
Kismis  fistful
Pistachios fistful, lightly crushed
Almonds  fistful, finely sliced
Saffron  4-5 strands (kesar), soaked in 2 tbsps of milk
Ghee 2 tbsps

Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: 30 min
Yield: 3

Method of Preparation -

1. Place milk in a thick bottomed stainless steel vessel and bring to a boil. Reduce flame and allow it to reduce to half its original quantity. Add saffron milk and mix. Turn off heat and bring to room temperature. Add 4 tbsps of the prepared sugar syrup (process to prepare sugar syrup in Step 2) and mix. Chill till serving time.
2. In another bowl, place sugar and water. On low to medium flame, let the sugar dissolve completely. Once it dissolves completely, allow to cook for 4 minutes. Turn off heat. Keep aside.
3. Heat a non-stick pan and drizzle a tsp of ghee over it. Add dried fruits and nuts and toast for a minute till brown. Remove onto a bowl.
4. Drizzle 2-3 tsps of ghee in the same pan and place 3-4 triangles. Toast the bread to a golden shade on both sides. Remove and place on a plate.
5. Drizzle the remaining ghee, and toast the remaining bread triangles to a golden brown shade.
6. Dip each toasted triangle in the sugar syrup to coat both the sides and remove onto a serving dish.
7. At the time of serving, pour the chilled saffron flavored thickened milk over the bread slices, garnish with toasted nuts and kismis and serve.

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| Oct 14, 2019

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| Oct 06, 2019

Hey Nishtha, if this recipe is for 0 to 1 yr have you tried it with fruit puree or dates powder instead sugar. If yes please share the ratio.

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