What's a feast without indulging in some creamy, delectable desserts?! It is one such food option that can uplift your mood anytime of the day, especially for the ones with a sweet-tooth. In fact, however good or bad your day is, a bowl of your favourite dessert just makes it better. Almost all the desserts are easy to make at home and have enough room for experimentations. For instance, a traditional kheer is generally prepared with white rice. But if you look around, you will multiple variations to this classic recipe - with the most popular ones being black rice kheer, makhana kheer, lauki kheer etc. Again, a regular cake is often given a healthier spin by including ingredients like oats, ragi, atta, instead of maida (all-purpose flour).
Here's a unique dessert recipe that will give you a whole new insight on adding milk to a dessert recipe. This dish is called fried milk. If you are wondering how is it even possible to fry the 'liquid-y' milk, then this recipe video with help you to find the answer!
Shared by vlogger Alpa Modi on her YouTube channel 'Something's Cooking With Alpa', fried milk is basically a Spanish dessert recipe (called Lecha Frita) in which the milk is mixed with cornflour and reduced to a thick batter-like consistency. The batter is then poured in a mould and kept in refrigerator (not freezer) till it sets and gets a proper shape.
Now, all you have to do is to cut it into square shapes, dip in maida-sugar slurry and bread crumbs and fry till its golden brown in colour - just like you do to fry cheese balls. Serve with some powdered sugar on it.
Watch: Here's The Recipe Video For Fried Milk:
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