Shahi Falooda

I always thought that Falooda is some exotic dessert not meant for us mortals :). A few months back we were treated to this dessert at a friend's place and we were super impressed and I had to change my opinion! 

Ever since the first taste, we have treated scores of people and got them hooked to this delicious crowd pleaser!!

This dessert is so flexible that we can enjoy with as little ingredients as 3-4 or can make it as elaborate as 7-8 ingredients.

This would be perfect for a summer dessert. This coolant for day 2 week 3 of BM #27.

Ingredients - 

Basic ingredients -
Semiya Payasam/Vermicelli Kheer 1 cup
Basil Seeds/Sabja seeds/Tukmaria seeds, soaked 2 Tbsp
Roohafza (Rose syrup) 1 Tbsp
Ice cream 1 or 2 flavors (I used Vanilla only)
Almonds, Cashews, Pistachio chopped 2-3 Tbsp
Optional Ingredients - 
Jello , cubed 1/4 cup
Tutti Frutti 2 Tbsp

Shahi Falooda

Method Of Preparation -

In a tall glass, add 2-3 tablespoons of Semiya kheer, then layer the following as per preference - soaked basil seeds, ice cream, rose syrup, chopped nuts, jello and tutti frutti.

Gently mix and serve them chilled.

Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#27.

Preparation Time 10 min
Serves 2-3


  1. Suma Gandlur Says:
  2. I didn't know that the kheer is added to falooda. Looks colorful.

  3. what a colourful falooda...loved it

  4. Priya Suresh Says:
  5. Omg, wat a royal treat, stunning and definitely a beautiful falooda i have ever seen.

  6. Rafeeda AR Says:
  7. looks really fantastic...

  8. Looks really royal..

  9. Rajani S Says:
  10. I have seen the ready made mixes and always considered it a royal treat. I didnt know that semiya payasam can be used as the base! I can imagine people being impressed with this....

  11. Raksha Says:
  12. love it anytime

  13. Unknown Says:
  14. beautiful looking falooda...
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  15. Pavani Says:
  16. I was under the same opinion until now. You are tempting me to try this soon. Lovely click.

  17. Preety Says:
  18. lovely recipe..

  19. Wow!!super tempting falooda..the first click is awesome...

  20. Archana Says:
  21. Wow what apicture. I am not a great fan of falooda but with this pic I am in love with falooda.

  22. in mumbai there are some restaurants that have survived only serving faloodas, it is a must have during the ramzaan periods, urs looks lovely

  23. preeti garg Says:
  24. Lovely falooda glass.. mouthwatering

  25. Srivalli Says:
  26. Oh even I never tried knowing it involves so many layers..if you say its easy, then I must try..looks so good in that glass..

  27. Unknown Says:
  28. I never knew the black seeds in the falooda were basil seeds. Stunning glass this one is.

  29. divya Says:
  30. Looks amazing ! Healthy one too...

  31. sujitha Says:
  32. Stunning presentation..,,

  33. Manju Says:
  34. awesome falooda, like to grab the bowl

  35. veena Says:
  36. I have had this in a joint called haji ali here...yummy dessert

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