Shrikand is Maharashtra’s famous signature dish. You will need a large quantity of yogurt, as it has to be strained to remove nearly all the liquid. Traditionally, Shrikand is served with puris, deep-fried puffed breads, but it is also good with fresh seasonal fruits as a refreshing dessert.
This dessert can be transformed into a form of cheesecake by layering the yogurt and fruit on a base made from crushed cookies mixed with melted butter.
Per portion Energy 260kcal/1101kJ; Protein 14.6g; Carbohydrate 35.5g, of which sugars 35.5g; Fat 7.6g, of which saturates 4.3g; Cholesterol 28mg; Calcium 518mg; Fibre 0g; Sodium 205mg.
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