August 28, 2020
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  • Prep time 30 minutes
  • Cook time 50 minutes
  • Serves 2
Author Notes

Ghevar is Rajasthani, India's sweet recipe. It is usually made on Raksha Bandhan Festival. It is very famous in India. —RforRecipes

What You'll Need
  • For Rabdi:
  • 2 cups Milk
  • 1/3 cup Condensed Milk
  • 2 tablespoons Dry fruits (almonds + pistachios) –2 tbsp chopped/ sliced
  • 2 pinches Cardamom powder
  • For Base:
  • 4 pieces White/ brown bread
  • 2 tablespoons Ghee
  • 1.5 tablespoons Honey
  • Organic Food Color (Optional)
  1. Rabdi: • Take a thick bottomed pan/ stainless steel pot. • Pour 2 cups of milk to it and heat on low flame. • Simmer the milk till it remains 1/3rd of the actual quantity. • Keep stirring regularly to avoid it to burn. • Once the milk is reduced, add 1/3 condensed milk and mix thoroughly. • Add the sliced dry fruits and mix again. • Cook it on low flame for about 3 minutes (for desired rabdi consistency). • Switch off the flame and keep aside for serving.
  2. Base: • Preheat the airfryer at 200 degree for 5 minutes. • Take a slice of bread and using cookie cutter, cut the bread in the shape of a ring. • Take 1 tbsp of melted ghee and using a silicon brush, apply it on one side of the bread ring. • Repeat the process for all 4 bread slices. • Place the bread rings (ghee side downward) on the airfryer rack. • Air fry at 180 degrees for 4 minutes. • Take out the rings and apply 1 tbsp melted ghee on the rings (or as per requirement). • Cover the rings for 1 minute. • Meanwhile, take honey and add a few drops of organic yellow food in it and mix properly (this step is optional). • Now, carefully brush the honey on the rings, covering entire surface & cover for a minute again.
  3. Serving: • Bring together the hot rings and rabdi (prepared earlier). • Carefully layer the hot rabdi over the rings, using a small spoon. • Sprinkle a few slices of dry fruits over it and serve hot. Enjoy the festivities with this hot, quick and easy to make dessert dipped in deliciousness.
  4. Note: • Instead of plain maida bread, you can use wheat bread or multigrain bread or quinoa bread. • Normal milk can be replaced with coconut milk. • Condensed milk can be completely avoided and rabdi can be prepared using milk and stevia powder.

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