500 gms Full Cream (35% milk)
1000 gms milk (I used 2%)
5 cardamom pod
1/2 cup sugar (reduce or add more sugar according to taste)
few strands of Kesar
4 tbsp almond, chopped
2 tbsp Pista


  1. Pour the cream and 2% milk into a wide and thick, preferably non-stick pan.
  2. Add the cardamom pods, Kesar and bring to a boil without letting the milk spill over.
  3. Quickly turn heat to medium.
  4. Reduce to half the quantity.
  5. Add the sugar.
  6. Add the pistas and almonds.
  7. Bring to room temperature,Refrigerate for 2-3 hours until cold and set.


30th day of RM2

200 gms falooda
100 gms sugar (or to taste)
2 cardamom
Few strands of Kesar
1/8 tsp Orange Color

  1. Add 3 to 4 cups water and falooda in a pressure cooker.
  2. Remove from heat after 2 whistles.
  3. Open cooker, Put back on teh gas.
  4. Add sugar, cardamom and kesar. Mix well
  5. Cook till the sugar melts. Add some water if needed.
  6. Add the color. Mix well.
  7. Cool and refregerate in air tight container.

To Assemble
  1. Take a bowl or Glass.
  2. Place some falooda first.
  3. Add the Rabri on top.
  4. Add more dry fruits if needed.
  5. Add some crushed ice and rose syrup.
  6. Serve immidiately.

Check out what other members cooked today.

  1. DK
  2. Siri
  3. Srivalli
  4. Ranji
  5. PJ
  6. Curry Leaf
  7. Priya
  8. Bhawana
  9. Raaji
  10. Ruchii
  11. Anu
  12. Kamala
  13. Roopa
  14. Divya Kudua
  15. Rekha
  16. Divya M
  17. Lakshmi
  18. Raaga
  19. Lakshmi Venkatesh
  20. Sripriya
  21. Viji
  22. Kamalika
  23. Pavani
  24. Karuna
  25. Roochi


Divya said...

Yummy falooda....gr8 pics..im drolling here...

Anonymous said...

Wow i too made falooda few days back,but the one i used needs just a minute of boiling(falooda sev) does the cooking time varies with the brands?

Dori said...

It looks so pretty in those cups!

CurryLeaf said...

Lovely and mouthwatering .Thanks for sharing the dishes and happy that you visited my blog too during the race.

Deepthi Shankar said...

I love Falooda, looks real tempting

Unknown said...

I have tasted this at a restaurant long back, home made tastes more delicious than that....
looks delicious and yummy..

Priya Suresh said...

Lovely falooda..looks delicious..thanks for all ur comments throughout the RM..glad to get awesome friends like u..

Unknown said...

yummyyyyy :) I love the photo :) never had rabri , i have to make it sometime :) iam drooling at your post:)

Unknown said...

yummy & delicious falooda... loooks perfect..

SMN said...

medhaa lovely looking sweets yum

Cooking nurse said...

Your recipe very cool! Thanks!

Cham said...

Looks gorgeous this sweet.

Uma said...

looks so good Medhaa! Never tasted this. Thanks for the yummiest recipe.

Kalai said...

Wow! I've never tried this before, Medhaa. Looks delectable!! :)

Sunshinemom said...

Droolicious! I saw Alka's falooda too some days back - Sindhi gharon mein falooda time hai kya?

notyet100 said...

rabdi wid falooda....hmmm now i hve to go and search fpr falooda here....nice combo,..:-),..long time,..how u dng?

Divya Kudua said...

Yummeeeeeeeee...Rabri Falooda..should be doubly tasty!!

kamala said...

Yummy falooda Medha..I use falooda sev..Just free from all of the works..Having a sweet tooth I am drooling over ur cakes and ladoos..

Sanghi said...

Delicious indeed. Great pic. Visit my blog too and leave ur comments!

Unknown said...

wow mouthwatering

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a great sweet dessert in a cup.

Shreya said...

hi, mouth-watering falooda..:-)

Anonymous said...

Very pretty presentation, it looks creamy and delicious :).

Srikitchen said...

wow1 yummy and inviting and mouthwatering!
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Uma said...

Wishing you and your family a very happy new year 2009.

Shri said...

Happy new year!! yummy Falooda!! looks great..

vidhas said...

Yummy falooda Medha, Happy new year. Beautiful clicks

Cynthia's Blog said...

I must tell you I love visiting your site. Our favorite cuisine (besides Mexican) is Indian. I have so much to learn, but I have made many successful dinners. I recently made
Parippu, with Masoor dal. We loved it! I posted about it recently. Good luck.

Nithya Praveen said...

GUess the first time here...not sure.U have a lovely blog out here.Rabri Falooda makes me drool!

Dori said...

Those cups look tempting, yummy!

Noor said...

This looks really good we have a Middle Eastern version of this as well.

Anonymous said...

Hi,Thanks for the great recipe.will try soon.can you please tell me which readymade falooda did you use and what are the other options.

Anonymous said...

i like indian food
i am mona from iran

Anonymous said...

i like indian food
i am mona from iran

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