Fruit Cream is an Indian pudding made with fresh fruits dunked in a sweet & flavorful hung curd and cream sauce.
Hung Curd is basically curd that has been drained of all water. To make hung curd at your home, tie some curd in a muslin cloth and leave it hanging for around 3-4 hours till all the water has been drained.
You can add almost any fruit that is available to you for this recipe. Fruits like banana, orange, grapes, cherry, strawberry, pomegranate seeds (anar dana), pineapple etc. go well with it.
Generally colorful & juicy fruits look best in this dish. Dry fruits like cashews & almonds can also be added to provide some crunchiness.
I also use saffron strands (kesar) in this recipe to give it a traditional Indian flavor. You can also add some cardamom powder (elaichi) to this dish.
Fruit cream is generally served chilled and is very enjoyable in the hot summers. It is often served in small functions & gatherings as part of Indian meals like poori sabzi; dal, baati, churma or thalis.
To make Indian Fruit Cream at home follow the detailed step by step recipe posted below.
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Ingredients For Fruit Cream Recipe
- 3 Cups Hung Curd
- 1/4 Cup Sugar
- 1/2 Cup Milk
- 1 Cup Cream
- 5-6 Saffron Strands (Kesar)
- 1 Cup Fruits, like bananas, grapes etc.
Step By Step Instructions for Fruit Cream Recipe
- Take 2 tbsp milk in a bowl and add 4-5 strands of saffron in it. Let it soak in it for 5-6 mins.5-6 Saffron Strands (Kesar)
- Beat the hung curd in a bowl and add sugar in it.3 Cups Hung Curd, 1/4 Cup Sugar
- Add plain milk & cream and mix well.1/2 Cup Milk, 1 Cup Cream
- Now add the saffron strands along with the milk they were soaked in.
- Add any fruits of your choice.1 Cup Fruits, like bananas, grapes etc.
- You can also add finely cut dry fruits like cashews and almonds.
- Use saffron strands to garnish. Serve chilled.
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