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Gil-e-firdaus - Royal Kitchen Sweet

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A dessert extravaganza, Gil-e-firdaus is truly an amazing sweet dish with white pumpkins cooked with thickened milk, sugar and then garnished with elaichi powder and chopped dried fruits.

The Gil-E-Firdaus Recipe is a milk pudding made with very simple ingredients like bottle gourd and condensed milk. The translation of recipe name is ‘Clay of Paradise’. The recipe might have got its name because of its taste and flavor.

About Recipe

Saggubiyyam Sabbu Beeyam methai, ?Javvarisi inippu, Sabu Misti

How to make GIL-E-FIRDAUS - ROYAL KITCHEN SWEET

(44 ratings)
20 reviews so far
Prep time
5 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
30 mins
GIL-E-FIRDAUS - ROYAL KITCHEN SWEET
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Bottle Gourd
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : December 31, 2018


Ingredients used in GIL-E-FIRDAUS - ROYAL KITCHEN SWEET
• Milk - 1.5 litres.
• Sabudana/sago - 1 cup.
• Ghee - 1 tablespoon.
• Khoya - 2 tablespoons.
• Bottle gourd/grated lauki - 1 cup.
• Sugar - 2 cups.
• Cardamom powder - 2 teaspoons.
• Cashew nuts (chopped) - 8 numbers.
• Raisins - 8 numbers.
• Almonds (chopped) - 8 numbers.
• Saffron - 1/2 tea spoon.
Method:
  • Grate the bottle gourd (lauki), wash it and squeeze out the water.
  • Heat ghee in a pan, add cashew nuts, almonds, raisins, saute them till cashew nuts get colored and raisins puff up.
  • Then add grated lauki, cook it for few minutes.
  • When lauki get cooked, add milk (thick milk like rabdi) , sugar, sabudana(soaked), cook for 15 minutes on a slow flame with the lid on it.
  • Now add grated khoya, cardamom powder, mix it well and switch off the flame.
  • At last add saffron water on top.

Tasty GIL-E-FIRDAUS is ready.






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A Reddy Posted on Mon Apr 22 2013

Chef can you plz make phrini with lauki....I luv it and could never find the recepie online

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C V Sunil Kumar Posted on Mon Apr 22 2013

another amazing recipe ..easy and effective :)

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Neththra'sVision Posted on Mon Apr 22 2013

This is a new type of dish for me, I was going to request some kind of sweet recipe from you but I got the answer from you now. I have eaten a bottle gourd fudge before but don't know how to make that. It was really nice to see this recipe, only

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tanya saira Posted on Mon Apr 22 2013

At last a rich sweet dish! Thanks very much.. Just watching it gave a treat to my tongue.

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Max Willie Posted on Fri Apr 26 2013

What is koyya?

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Jyoti Sareen Posted on Fri Apr 26 2013

es say badiya kheer na kabhi banai or na kabhi khai thanx

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Samridz1982 Posted on Sat Sep 28 2013

Mmmmm...nice

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Hameed Khan Posted on Sun Oct 27 2013

its too much thick

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fotowala1 Posted on Mon Jan 20 2014

Koyya are milk solids or may be substituted with rinsed Parmesan cheese.But you can buy Khova/Khoya at an Indian store.?

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ar amodi Posted on Sat Apr 19 2014

Super vah re vah chef.?

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Syed Mian Posted on Thu Jul 09 2015

thanx for  Vah rey Vah?

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Khaled Mohammed Posted on Wed Oct 07 2015

Thanks?

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