9799692b348 Nivedhanam: Mishti Doi – Easier method

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Mishti Doi – Easier method

Mishti Doi, the word makes me so nostalgic. Takes me back to school days when I spent one year in Calcutta (now Kolkata) and we used to enjoy this delicious mildly sweet and mouth melting sweet called Mishti Doi which was served in individual earthen pots. To me mishti doi, as the name says - Mishti means sweet doi means dahi means curd. So Mishti doi is sweetened curd. When I learned to Shrikand which is also a sort of sweetened curd, I thought it is the same as mishti doi but with another name.. and Yes I was wrong. Mishti doi is done way differently than Shrikand. I searched internet for this recipe and got the traditional way of doing it where the milk is reduced to half and then it is made to a curd.. Now I also saw a lesser difficult method from here and the lazy in me liked the easier method.. I am sharing this for BM with Sweets from Bengal (Course wise meal from any state).
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Ingredients
Evaporated Milk - 1 Can
Condensed Milk - 1/2 can
Sugar - 2 table spoons
Curd - 1/3 cup
Cardamom powder - 1/4 tea spoon
Saffron - 1/8 tea spoon
Boiled Milk - 1 cup
Method
Take the thick curd in a muslin cloth and hang it for 30 minutes. This is optional but will make sure that the mishti doi is even more creamier.
In a pan heat the boiled milk and evaporated milk until it starts bubbling. Set the heat to low
In another pan heat sugar until it caramelized and add that to the milk mixture and whisk well to make sure lumps are dissolved
Add condensed milk to the milk mixture and mix all well. Remove from heat and set aside to cool to around 115 degrees F
Mix the hung curd and cardamom powder to the milk mixture and mix well to make sure that it is all well mixed
IMG_9156Transfer to individual serving earthen pots, garnish with saffron and cover them with aluminum foil
Preheat the oven to 150 degrees C and
Keep the pots in it the oven for 1 hour. Switch off the oven and allow the pots to be in the oven for 8 - 12 hours or until it is set
Once set refrigerate for at least 4 hours and serve chilled.
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25 comments :

  1. One lovely creamy dessert, sorry I have not been able to visit you often... hope you are doing great :)

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  2. Wow, you have a virtual sweet stall in your blog :) If I ever want to make sweets, I know where to go for the recipe..

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  3. Loving those cute earthen pots!!! We too loved this bengali delicacy! ! Try whipping them into lassi the next day, u will love it even more! !!

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  4. Looks beautiful in the clay pots.

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  5. Those saffron strands looks great ! Loved misthi Doi..

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  6. Awesome dessert and perfect for this hot weather.

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  7. Wow.. lovely and tasty... Very handy presentation.

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  8. Damn cute earthern pots, am planning to get some from India, beautiful easiest mishti doi,have to make some soon.

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  9. Looks awesome Sowmya! Love your presentation. My family loved this dessert. Nice recipes for the theme.

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  10. Wow this looks cool...it reminds of when I tried making this..thats a completely different version. .oh I like this-the saffron looks attractive and the texture of the curd is fantastic. book marked

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  11. Loved that u presented misti doi in earthen pots. Lovely preparation and presentation Sowmya.

    today's post;
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/06/eggplant-potato-dry-curry-masala-aloo.html

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  12. Wow.. Looks very awesome.. Cute looking earthen pots :)

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  13. Mishti doi looks awesome in those earthen pots..!

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  14. Looks delightful and the saffron colour adds up..

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  15. I made Mishti doi way back and when, but still remember how utterly delicious it was. Will have to try this sometime soon.
    Lovely presentation and nice clicks.

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  16. Love your presentation, need to gab one.

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  17. superb presentation.. and I love the authentic mitti ki pots...easy version too - you sure have a sweet fetish, Soumya !

    Kalyani
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  18. Love those cute matkis!! A very delightful Mistidoi!

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