Have you tried meetha anda malai or sweet egg pudding?

Adella Miesner

© Provided by The Indian Express Mondays, which are usually hectic, are best ended on a sweet note. But rather than opting for chocolates or cakes, why not whip up a quick dessert to satiate your cravings? We know that kheer takes longer to prepare, which is why we are […]



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Mondays, which are usually hectic, are best ended on a sweet note. But rather than opting for chocolates or cakes, why not whip up a quick dessert to satiate your cravings? We know that kheer takes longer to prepare, which is why we are here with an easier recipe — meetha anda malai or sweet egg pudding that can be made in a jiffy.

If you are wondering how can one turn egg into a sweet dish, here’s a recipe from chef Saransh Goila that we thought would make for a lovely time for you and your family tonight.

Take a look at the recipe below

Has anyone ever had Meetha Anda Malai? (Sweet egg pudding) I had this warm homely delish dessert yesterday. Made by…

Posted by Saransh Goila on Sunday, December 20, 2015

Ingredients

5 – Whole eggs

½ cup – Milk

2 spoons – Ghee

4 spoons – Sugar

Malai

Almonds

Method

Use a fork and gently beat the eggs.

Add in milk and sugar; mix and cook all the ingredients till set. Garnish with cut almonds.

Tips

*The key lies in using fresh milk and eggs.

*The silky smooth egg texture is what you want for this recipe.

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