3 cups Curd (Yogurt), not sour

1/4 cup + 2 tablespoons (or according to taste) powdered Sugar

1/2 teaspoon Cardamom Powder (elaichi powder)

10-15 Almonds and Cashew nuts, roughly chopped


You can use either homemade curd (plain yogurt) or store bought curd according to the availability. Use the curd that is not sour otherwise, shrikhand will turn sour.

Take a deep and broad bowl and place a large strainer on it. Spread a clean muslin cloth or a cheesecloth over it and add the plain curd in the center.

Wrap the muslin cloth from all sides and tightly tie it.

Hang curd in a refrigerator for around 6 to 7 hours or until almost water is drained off from the curd. Place an empty container below it to collect the whey (drained curd liquid). Curd should become very thick. If it’s not possible to hang the curd in the refrigerator, keep the tied curd tied in a strainer and put a little weight over it. Keep an empty container below it and place in the refrigerator.

After 6-7 hours, untie the muslin cloth and transfer thick strained curd to a bowl.

Discard the whey or use it to knead a chapti/paratha dough.

Add powdered sugar and cardamom powder.

Mix properly using a hand beater or a spoon until smooth.

Add chopped almonds and cashew nuts and mix well. Refrigerate prepared shrikhand for at least an hour before serving. Serve it chilled.

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