ShareAnde ki Mithai is a Pakistani/Indian sweet that is made from eggs, sugar and clarified butter, ghee. It was a traditional dessert served at weddings back-in-the-day. It doesn’t taste like eggs, so egg-haters give it a chance.
You might have a heart attack by just seeing the amount of ghee that goes into the original recipe.
But, I do alter my recipes so they aren’t as caloric as they should be. And the best part is, no one knows the difference except for me :-)

Almond-a big fistfull
Saffron-Half gram(2pinches)
Condensed milk-1 tin
Milk-1/2 cup
Rose water-2tsp

Soak almonds in warm water for about an hour and peel the skin off.Reserve 5 almonds which will be needed for garnish.

Gring almonds,saffron ,rose water and milk together to a fine paste.Beat eggs and strain it.To the eggs,add the ground mix ,condense milk and ghee and blend well with an egg beater.
Grease the baking dish with ghee and pur the batter into it.Garnish with almond strands and saffron strands.

Preheat the microwave for 10mins at 150degrees.
Bake at 180 degrees for 20mins.(check every 10mins.The knife should come out clean when checked)

Enjoy this great dessert which I have altered so as to have a guilt free dessert !!!

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    Anonymous said...

    this is my favourite...dessert..ymmy

  1. ... on December 17, 2009 at 7:37 PM  
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