Monday, May 20, 2024

Mithai Falooda

By chef Raveer Brar, 19 Oct, 2019

    Preparation time: 10 minutes

    Serves: 1


    ½ cup leftover mithai

    ½ cup milk

    For assembling:

    ½ cup mithai, diced 

    ¼ cup flavoured sev 

    2 tbsp rose syrup

    1 tbsp sabja seeds

    1 tsp almond, sliced

    1 tsp pistachios, sliced

    For garnish:

    1 tsp rose syrup

    1 jalebi 


    • In a vessel take the leftover mithai, add milk and blend well.
    • Now for assembling, take a tall glass. Drop in the mithai pieces in. Top it up with flavoured sev and pour in the rose syrup.
    • Now pour in the prepared mithai milk. Add a layer of sabja seeds over it. Sprinkle sliced almonds and pistachios. 
    • Drizzle rose syrup on top and garnish with jalebi. Serve chilled.


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