Shrikhand happens to be a very popular dessert in Western parts of India. I have tasted it at a friend's place and was surprised that the process was so simple for such an elegant dessert. 

After a prolonged thought process, I decided I would give this Shrikhand a second chance for today's post. The last time I made it with Greek Yogurt upon my friend's suggestion and none of us kind of liked it [Maybe it is just us who are biased against Greek Yogurt]. So I shelved the idea of Shrikhand for a dessert at home.

But I am so glad I made it with regular curd instead, as the results were stunning! As you see I have made a very small sample as I was not sure we would like it .:) [I did not realize that after the water in yogurt is drained out, the quantity of hung curd would reduce.]

So check this out for Day 3, Week 2 of BM #26 before I go to make another small batch of this delightful Shrikhand, this time mango flavored!!


Ingredients - 

Curd/Yogurt 3/4 cup
Sugar, Powdered 1 Tbsp (adjust to taste)
Cardamom Powder a pinch
Milk 1 tsp
Saffron Strands, a pinch

Method Of Preparation -

Pour the yogurt/curd onto a muslin cloth over a utensil and put something heavy on it. Place it in the refrigerator for 4-5 hours and let the moisture drain out. 

Soak the saffron strands in a teaspoon of milk and warm it a little.

The material thus obtained is called curd cheese. Transfer the curd cheese from the muslin cloth into a bowl.

Sprinkle powdered sugar, cardamom powder and the saffron soaked milk. 

Whip them together and chill before serving.

Serve as is or along with Puri, Crackers or Corn chips. Go with your intuition!

Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#26.

Preparation Time 4 hrs + Active Cooking Time 5 min
Makes a little over 1/4 cup
Posted by Harini R on Tuesday, March 12, 2013


  1. I never liked shrikhand, till I made it myself..yes, you need to use good curd for it, but from that pic , I feel there is still some moisture in the curd, perhaps it is the milk that you have used with saffron...Gujarat is the hub for Shrikhand, so I can say that!..hope you dont mind!..I am sure the flavor must be amazing.

  2. My hubby love this - try with mango its so yum

  3. Thanks alot for posting this shrikhand recipe. Till now I was buying Amul Shrikhand from the market. Not anymore.

  4. Unknown Says:
  5. My mother in law makes this at home. She hands the curd in the fridge overnight and whips till it is very smooth. I must try it too :)

  6. My first experience too wasn't that good with shrikhand!!! But now I love to have it poori. Looks creamy n inviting! !!!

  7. Padmajha Says:
  8. I use homemade curd for this recipe and it never fails. Nice one Harini.

  9. shrikand looks very refreshing..perfect for summer..

  10. divya Says:
  11. Looks inviting... Delish...

  12. Priya Suresh Says:
  13. Delicious, droolworthy,very tempting and my fav shrikhand.

  14. Unknown Says:
  15. Shrikhand with puri is my favorite but I never tried it. Now you are making me too.....

  16. Pavani Says:
  17. I'm not a big fan of flavored yogurts, but have been planning to try Shrikand for a while now. Will give your recipe a try soon.

  18. sushma Says:
  19. Had shrikhand long time at my friends place.... I usually dont like yogurt, but this dish made me like yogurt after that....

  20. Nisha Says:
  21. I have never had shrikand. Yours look so nice. Bookmarked.

  22. Manju Says:
  23. Looks inviting, I have no idea about this dish looks simple need to try.

  24. Shylaja Says:
  25. Shrikand looks tempting and delicious

  26. Love the way you have presented Srikand. I have tried the mango version and it was so delicious...

  27. never had this before...I must try!

  28. shrikhand made at home is definitely better than the one we get from stores, but then i like shrikhand , in which ever form you'd serve, this is perfectly made

  29. I ABSOLUTELY LOVE Srikhand and it had been on my to do list for soooo long! Kesar version looks good, waiting yo see mango one also!

  30. veena Says:
  31. I love shrikhand and love the click too...i think i will make some today...long time since i made:-)

  32. Unknown Says:
  33. love the flavorful and aromatic shrikand!!! so delicious!!
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