Friday, April 29, 2011

Thai Falooda





Falooda or Faluda is a popular beverage in South Asia made by mixing rose syrup with vermicelli  with either milk or water.Falooda is an adaptation of the Persian dessert Faloodeh and was brought to the Indian subcontinent during the Mughal period.It is very similar to the Thai drink "Nam Manglak", which is made from basil seeds mixed with sugar, water, and rose waterHere I'm making this falooda using Thai product that's why i give name Thai falooda and it's taste like original falooda. so let's check.
Serve 2 large glasses.

Ingredients:

1.      2 cups chilled milk
2.      1/2 cup rice noodles or vermicelli sev
3.      1 teaspoon basil seeds (Takmaria)
4.      1/2 cup sala syrup or rose syrup
5.      1/2 cup ice cream + 2 scoops for serving
6.      1/4 cup sugar
Method:
1.      Soak the basil seeds (Tukmaria) in half cup water for 10 minutes.
2.      Add less water in pan let it boil add rice noodles and cook.
3.      Add chilled milk, sugar and rose syrup in blander and bland well.
4.      Add 2 tsp basil seeds and half cup ice cream in milk and mix well.
5.      In a glass, add half rice noodles and than pour the chilled milk.
6.      Garnish with one scoop of ice cream and serve quickly.
Note: Here i use home made kaju draksh (Cashew and raisin) ice cream, if u use vanilla ice cream than add little cardamom powder and garnish with nuts.
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21 comments:

Torviewtoronto said...

falooda looks delicious
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Brindusa said...

Hello. Thanks for visiting my blog and for your comment.
Very interesting beverage you have here. I didn't drink something like this until now. Thanks.
Have a nice weekend.

Tiffany said...

I've never had falooda, but it sounds delicious!

Suman Singh said...

Looks refreshing!

Victor said...

What a lovely and refreshing drink! Worth trying out. Thanks for sharing.

deepthi said...

wow itzz looking great wanna try it but, i dnt hav all da ingredients :(!!!!!!!!!!!

Nami @ Just One Cookbook said...

Hi Daksha! It's my first time here, and thanks for visiting my website. My brother lives in Thailand (Koh Tao) and it's great to learn some recipes from you. I hear great things about food there and I'm really excited. This drink looks yummy and refreshing in a hot summer in Thailand! Here, it's still cool and sometimes cold. Can't wait to try in summer time! Nice to meet you.

kankana said...

I love basil but never really heard of basil seeds ! Sounds very interesting ..

Beth Michelle said...

I have never seen this. It sounds wonderful! I love the color!

Torviewtoronto said...

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Manu said...

My husband LOVES falooda and he always has it when we are in India! Thanks for sharing this Daksha... now I can try it at home!!!

Kelly said...

Mmm this looks delicious and is so pretty! So glad to be your newest follower :)
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Daksha said...

hey... kelly thanks to visit my space and follow me.

Daksha said...

Yes manu u can try this at sydney and if u don't have rose syrup u can try with strawberries.

Daksha said...

Thanks to all my friends for ur valuable words, it's encourage me to try more recipes and post here.

The Mom Chef said...

I've never even heard of this. What a unique and beautiful drink it is. Thank you for sharing it.

Daksha said...

@ mom chef Thanks for ur lovely words.

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What a lovely article and thanks for sharing this with us. I love this recipe and i will try.

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Falooda looks so delicious and i am going to try this. Thanks for this recipe details.

Nirmal Singh said...

daksha ji, you have some awesome recipes yaar :) i found ur blog when i was searching some gulkand related stuff

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