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Apple Rabdi | Rabri

Apple Rabdi | Rabri

Apple Rabdi Recipe-1   Wish you all Happy Navratra, enjoy the festive with fun, food and dance, here am starting the Navratri on a sweet note with Apple Rabdi.   Apple Rabri is one of those desserts which is very simple to prepare but taste divine.  It’s a pity that I ignored this wonderful dessert for so long but then I have my own reasons for it.  You see I always assumed that making apple rabdi is a tough job!

  We have this habit whenever we get apple, we will always have 2 apples unused for long time and that’s how I end up making Apple Compote Financiers.  This time again I was thinking how to use these apple and finally made decision to try apple rabdi/rabri.   It’s so easy to prepare with minimal ingredients  and taste just so delicious, once tasted this can get addictive.   Prepare this during navratra or give a miss to normal kheer and try this during Diwali. 

Apple Pudding Apple Rabdi recipe

Ingredients: [Serves 2-3]

Milk -  500gms [2 1/2 Cups]
Apple – 2 medium
Sugar – 3 tbsp or to taste
Almonds Sliced 5-6
Pista Sliced – 5-6
Saffron – few strands
Cardamom Powder – 1/4 tsp

Apple Rabdi Rabri Recipes
Method:
1. Boil milk in a wide pan or wok and simmer in medium flame until it becomes half of the quantity.  Take 2-3 tbsp of milk in a bowl and soak saffron for 10 minutes. 
Apple Rabdi Recipes 3
2. Meanwhile peel, core and grate apple.  I kept the grated apple in a bowl of water is to prevent the grated apples from changing colour.
3. Add sugar to milk and simmer for 2-3 minutes. Now add grated apple and simmer for 5 minutes, apple should be tender by now.
Apple Seab Rabdi Rabri
4. Add saffron milk, cardamom powder and chopped nuts, mix well and simmer for 2 minutes. 
Seab Rabri Apple Rabdi
Don’t use too much of saffron, just 5-6 strands is enough.
Serve hot/warm or cold.  I like this to be cold.
Apple Rabdi

Variations:
1. You can add 2-3tbsp condense milk.  This will make the milk thick faster and also creamier, if using condensed milk reduced sugar. 
2. Amount of sugar depends on how sweet apple is, so keep that in mind. 


  Have a nice day ~~

46 comments:

  1. Apple rabdi looks very yum and delicious

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  2. Super delicious,rich looking rabri..

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  3. looks super delicious and mouth watering. I have an Apple event on my space. Please do link this recipe
    http://ramyasrecipe.blogspot.com/2011/09/abc-series-begins-for-apple.html

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  4. Nice n yummy rabri dear....would love to eat it

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  5. My my..this is totally yum..beautiful dessert.

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  6. Lovely rich fruit rabri looks delicious n' yummy

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  7. Super delicious,rich looking rabri...

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  8. thats a beautiful recipe. healthy, creamy and yummy.

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  9. Apple rabri looks so delicious.....will have to try soon.

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  10. Sinfully delectable rabri perfect for navratri. Looks stunning.

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  11. Bookmarked Priti! Enjoying this innovative idea with the festive season around!

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  12. What a perfect looking rabdi. I love your pictures a lot.

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  13. Wow yummy recipe,already ur amkand recipe is in my to do to list for long and this is tempting me so much...

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  14. Yummy Rabdi!!! Simply loved the creamy texture :)

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  15. drooling over this priti. Want to give this a try

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  16. OMG!!!!
    Mouth watering yaar!!
    thanx for visitin my blog and for ur lovely comment...glad to follow u..

    http://roshusworldoftastes.blogspot.com/

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  17. woooowwwww.. those look super yummmyy!!!!

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  18. What an awesome way to enjoy all the goodness of apples ~ luscious it looks!
    USMasala

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  19. These clicks are tempting me so to have a bowl of this deliciously, creamy rabdi...!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  20. Yummy rabri and sure will give a try.

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  21. Creamy and rich dessert,drooling

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  22. lovely rabdi...thx for the recipe...

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  23. yummy rabdi ... simply yummy & wonderful clicks .....

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  24. thank you for the wonderful 4 entries. Could you update the older posts with a link to my event annoucement pls..

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  25. Nice bunch of recipes with beautiful clicks! Too good dear..

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  26. First time here.. your blog is awesome... great recipes with fabulous pictures.. Bookmarking your apple rabri..

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  27. So creamy and yummy!


    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  28. Apple rabri sounds like a nice idea. Should be yumm... Love the cup and the matching tissue looks so pretty...

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  29. delicious rabari..and grt clicks dear..

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  30. yummy rabdi...very easy to make....i never tried it....bookmarked!nice presentation!

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  31. I'm drooling here. Loved the step wise clicks.

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  32. this looks so rich and creamy. YUM!

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  33. What a wonderful dessert..and beautiful presentation!
    Lite Bite

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  34. Happy Navratri to you too ! Sorry that I missed a lot of posts..hope to catch up soon :-)

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  35. The rabdi is something i would like to taste right now. Looking awesome!

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  36. waw,Priti..superb recipes,yaar!!!
    You didnt use khoya?Its not available here ,so will sure try your recipe...You know any short cut to make khoya?Can we add baking soda to thicken the milk faster?Plz pass the info if you know..Special Thanks 4 following deepsrecipes..

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  37. Gorgeous dessert, nice combo of colors, making it so tempting.

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  38. Apple rabri luks delicious.First time here,following you.Please do drop at my space.

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  39. Woww..luks yum!!Thanks 4 comment in my space :)

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  40. @Deepsrecipes ...I don't find a reason to use khoya, this apple rabdi is creamy, rich and delicious just like this. I rather not add more fat to it :)
    I think adding soda is big no no, it will spoil the taste and split the milk a little, I have personally never tried adding soda, and I don't like these kind of shortcuts.
    I have mention in the post to use condense milk, it will thicken the milk faster and also creamier but do use less sugar.
    Hope this helps, if not feel free to ask.

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  41. I love apple rabri and yours is tempting me to break all dieting vows. Looks superb.

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  42. oh wow!! wow!! I've never tried apply rabri before.. wow!! :-)

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  43. Supergood and creamy rabdi.Bookmaked this recipe dear.

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