Fancy desserts are getting popular as each day passes by, innovating something fancy or a fusion dessert is the best thing ever done.
An amazing parfait layered with crushed motichoor laddus at the bottom, topped with creamy homemade kheer and the chocolate biscuit.
I do believe the dish looks good if you present them in a creative plating and of course taste matters.
I made this dessert for my niece birthday .she loves boondi ladoos .
I made the kheer at home and have provided the recipe below. For laddus, I used store bought ones, you can make them at home too.
Motichoor Kheer parfait is so good to taste, simple and easy to make.
Here I came up with a fusion one as motichoor boondi with kheer parfait. These are completely eggless parfait and don’t require any baking techniques. So the detailed method of preparation is mentioned below.
For Parties get over regular sweets and try this awesome parfait which is easy to assemble and tastes out of the world.
Try it out and I am sure you all will love it as much as we did.
Motichoor Laddoo – Buy from the best mithai shop :-)250gms
Kheer (2cup thick)
Oreo biscuit (3small pack )
INGREDIENTS FOR KHEER
Milk – 1/2 ltr
Mini rice – 1/2 cup
Sugar – 1 1/2 tbsp
Saffron – a pinch
Cardamom – 2 pcs crushed
- To make Kheer, take a thick bottom pan and pour the milk in it and bring it to a boil.
- Once boiled, add rice and on a low medium flame reduce the milk till it thickens up and remains ¼ of the original quantity.
- Keep stirring at regular intervals, add the sugar and cardamom powder and mix well.
- Once it reaches the desired quantity, switch off the flame and let it cool completely.
Now get ready with the shot glasses or your desired jar to assemble.
The main elements are prepared and time to assemble it now.
Prepare the base:
- Place the biscuits in a zip lock pouch, seal and with the help of a rolling pin, crush the biscuits to a fine powder. Alternatively, process the biscuits in a food processor until they turn into a fine powder.
- Put the biscuit powder in a mixing bowl, add the room temperature butter and mix with your finger tips until the mixture resembles bread crumbs and the butter is well mixed into the biscuit powder. Alternatively, make this in a food processor.
- Press this mixture over in the shot glasses.
- Crush a motichoor laddoo and press it tightly with a spoon.
- Pour a layer of kheer on it and tap it once so that its all settled.
- Sprinkle some pistachio.
- Top it with just a little size laddoo.
- Here I have preferred the shot glasses, but any other variety of glasses can be considered. Whatever may be the type of glass, the layering should be visible.
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