Pineapple Shrikhand

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Shrikhand is a very popular Maharashtrian sweet dish. It is a very easy sweet dish made out of strained or hung yogurt. As you might have seen, it is very rare that I make any sweet dish. Today when I saw we had 1 box of plain yogurt and 1 box of Greek yogurt, I decided immediately to make this. I wanted to use Mangoes, but since we didn’t have it, and instead had pineapple decided to use that.

No cooking, no baking, no heating, just 4 simple and easy steps.

Ingredients:

  1. 1 cup Greek yogurt or strained yogurt
  2. 3/4 cup finely granulated sugar – to your taste
  3. 3-4 rings of pineapple
  4. Cardamom for taste
  5. Pinch of saffron

Method:

  • Beat the Greek yogurt
  • Add sugar, and keep mixing
  • When it is soft and fluffy, add pineapple slices, saffron, and cardamom
  • Chill and serve
  • Goes very well with Poori and so I made pooris with Shrikhand.

Here is the pictorial steps.

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8 responses to this post.

  1. Mouthwatering. First time I am seeing Shrikand with pineapple.

    Reply

    • Posted by meeraghu on April 10, 2016 at 8:59 pm

      Sir,
      Next time you visit USA, please do come to our house. I will definitely make this for you and your family!

      Reply

  2. Posted by Srinivasan K on April 11, 2016 at 8:55 am

    good and a new item.

    On Mon, Apr 11, 2016 at 12:47 AM, Kalpavriksha Kamadhenu wrote:

    > meeraghu posted: ” Shrikhand is a very popular Maharashtrian sweet dish. > It is a very easy sweet dish made out of strained or hung yogurt. As you > might have seen, it is very rare that I make any sweet dish. Today when I > saw we had 1 box of plain yogurt and 1 box of Gree” >

    Reply

  3. Posted by Jamuna Srinivas on April 11, 2016 at 11:44 am

    Oh! can I come too!!! ( I live right here!)
    just kidding Meera. no very good idea and thanks for sharing.
    -jamuna from DC

    Reply

    • Posted by meeraghu on April 11, 2016 at 11:49 am

      Hey why not? We should meet. Let me know. We can at least have pot luck, and it is summer so will be amazing to have dinner at night.

      Reply

  4. Thanks for sharing it. It seems like Ice cream.

    Reply

  5. Namaskara,

    Please can you share the authentic “bele hooranda Holige recipe.

    Thanks and best regards

    Arun Kumar Bapu

    Reply

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