Caramel Bhapa Doi

Caramel Bhapa Doi

Today is very special day. Finally I have started making video recipe. And I am very excited. This is first recipe video. SO thought let’s start with some sweet recipe and made Caramel Bhapa Doi – A traditional Bengali sweet with caramel Flavor. :)

Caramel Bhapa Doi

Bhapa Doi is Bengali traditional sweet. West Bengal is famous for its sweet delicacies. Among them, one very famous, traditional and absolutely delectable dessert is Bhapa Doi or Steamed Yogurt.


Caramel Bhapa Doi

Bhapa Doi can be flavored with either cardamom, saffron, any fruit or with any extract. It totally depends on ones choice. Today I prepared  this traditional sweet with caramel flavor. Caramel is my sons favorite flavor. So thought let’s try this traditional sweet with caramel flavor and believe me the taste so so good.

Caramel Bhapa Doi

Caramel Bhapa Doi is very easy to make. This Caramel Bhapa Doi is perfect for Diwali. Serve this Caramel Bhapa Doi to your guests on this Diwali when they come home or make this for Diwali get-together  or parties.

 Caramel Bhapa Doi

Ingredients

Milk – 1 cup

Thick yogurt/dahi – 1 cup

Condensed milk – 400 grams

Caramel – 1/4 cup

Pistachios or any nut for garnishing

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Direction

  1. Take all the ingredients into the mixing bowl. Mix them well.
  2. Pour this into grease moulds(any heat proof moulds will do). Cover them with the foil.
  3. Pop them into a steamer and stem it for 10 to 15 minutes depending on the size of the mould.
  4. Remove it and check with a knife to see whether it is cooked or not.
  5. Let it cool and place it in the fridge to set for at least 2 hour or until completely set.
  6. Garnish it with your choice of nuts and serve it chilled.

Caramel Bhapa Doi

Note :-

Yogurt / Dahi should be thick. Strain all the liquid from yogurt before making this recipe.

 


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  1. Shubhangi Kapatkar
    Shubhangi Kapatkar 20 October, 2016, 10:45

    Love the containers, where can we get these containers and grease molds from? I would love to try the recipe!

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    • Dhwani Mehta
      Dhwani Mehta Author 20 October, 2016, 10:51

      Thanks Shubhangi!!!
      I got it from India. Grease the container/mould from inside with very little ghee/unsalted butter. Do try and let me know how it goes.
      Happy cooking. :)

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  2. Falguni Mehta
    Falguni Mehta 21 October, 2016, 04:13

    What is use of Caramel here? Is there any subsidiary I can use?

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    • Dhwani Mehta
      Dhwani Mehta Author 21 October, 2016, 07:55

      Hi Falguni!!! Thanks for visiting.
      I used caramel to give the flavor. As I mentioned in the post, you may add your choice of flavoring like kesar, elaichi or chocolate.

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      • Falguni Mehta
        Falguni Mehta 22 October, 2016, 00:09

        Thanks a lot Dhwani.
        You are right, you have mentioned that point in your post and I have missed that – apologizes.
        I had little concern about availability of the Caramel, thats why raised my concern.
        I like this desert idea and will surely going to try this year.
        Will share my outcome with you.

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