You probably know by now that I have a terrible sweet tooth and so all the desserts are not doing a great deal of good to me :) So I thought to myself that there must be some desserts which are not hard on the waist line. This led me to look into Tarla Dalal's  'Fast Foods Made Healthy'.  The last post saw me blog about Dal Makhani - Low Fat. And after I saw this recipe in the same book, I couldn't resist making it and indulging in a guilt-free dessert.


The fact that this can be made with fat-free milk, 2 tablespoons of sugar and 2 apples was unbelievable. In my mind this was impossible and so I added the extra condensed milk (which I realize now, was totally unnecessary). I think this dessert qualifies as a diabetic friendly one too. Don't you agree? The texture of this Rabdi is one to fall for. Only a trained tongue can   guess the presence of apple in here!! Check it out for Day 5 of this marathon. Also peep into my friends who are cooking up a storm in this edition of BM #7.


Apple Rabdi


Ingredients - 


Milk (Low Fat) 4 cups or 1 liter
Condensed Milk (Fat free) 2 Tbsp (Optional) * See Notes
Sugar 2 Tbsp 
Apples 2 medium size
Cardamom Powder
Almonds blanched, sliced 5-6
Saffron a few strands (optional)


*Notes - The apples I used were extremely sweet and so I shouldn't have added the extra sugar. So test the sweetness of the apples before adding condensed milk/sugar. I suggest that either sugar or condensed milk be used and not both :)


Method Of Preparation - 


Boil milk while stirring continuously, until it reduces to 3/4ths of the original. (About 15 min)


Add the condensed milk and sugar and let it boil for another 4-5 min.


Meanwhile, peel, core and grate the apples and add to the boiling milk and let the apples cook for another 10 min or so.


Apple Rabdi


When the Rabdi starts thickening, add the cardamom powder and the blanched almonds. Also sprinkle the saffron strands.


Remove from fire, chill and serve!


Sending this to  Vardhini's Fast food not Fat food started by Priya of Now Serving and to Momchef's My Mother's Kitchen - Indian Mithai Mela.


Preparation Time 30 min
Serves 4-5

19 comments

  1. Vardhini Says:
  2. Looks so yummy and healthy too. Thx for linking to the event.

    Vardhini
    Event: Fast food not Fat food

     
  3. Shobha Says:
  4. Wow!.. nice and healthy dessert.beautifully garnished.

     
  5. Lovely looking lip smacking apple rabdi. Wonderfully prepared.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

     
  6. Rekha shoban Says:
  7. delicious rabdi!!nice presentation!

     
  8. Suma Gandlur Says:
  9. Looks so pretty. BTW, you reminded about a dessert I haven't blogged so far. Real need a refreshing treat like this one during this heat wave.

     
  10. Aarthi Says:
  11. lovely sweet dish

     
  12. Radhika Says:
  13. Love the presentation harini. I would love to have a bowl of that awesome rabdi. it's been ages since I made it. Thanks for the remind.

     
  14. PJ Says:
  15. Absolutely delicious dessert. Lovely clicks :)

     
  16. Prathibha Says:
  17. Delicious apple rabdi..nicely presented...yummy!!

     
  18. Prathibha Says:
  19. Delicious apple rabdi..nicely presented...yummy!!

     
  20. Delicious...

     
  21. Saras Says:
  22. Healthy and delicious sweet..looks fabulous..

    SIGNATURE RECIPES & A GIVEAWAY till july 31st 2011

     
  23. Archana Says:
  24. Lovely one. I love sweets but rest of the family does not. So sweets are a definite no no for us. But this one I will make.

     
  25. ANU Says:
  26. sounds delicious and healthy too

     
  27. soujanya Says:
  28. Lovely recipe...
    thanks for sharing...

     
  29. divya Says:
  30. Wowww.. Delicious looking dish.. Simply inviting dear.

     
  31. wow, that looks delicious, love the idea of adding apple in it.

     
  32. Mom Chef Says:
  33. Droooling :-) I have heard of this dish so many times, never got to make this.. your version seems tasty too !! Must send to my ongoing event , Harini !

    cheers
    Kalyani
    New Event: Indian Mithai Mela ending 8th Aug
    Ongoing Event : Dish it out- Mushroom and Onions – all this July

     
  34. Nupur Says:
  35. Hi Harini,

    I have bookmarked this recipe and will be posting soon :)

    It turned out amazing .thnx for sharing

    Nupur
    http://uk-rasoi.blogspot.com/

     
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