The name Indrani is so enticing, looks like name of some beautiful elegant women from ancient India. Indrani means â€œqueen of INDRAâ€ in Sanskrit, Isnâ€™t it beautiful? My Indrani custard pudding layered with another traditional dessert called Motichoor laddoo is a treat to the eyes too.
Now from where these laddoos came in picture? Actually yesterday some relatives visited my place and they bought this pack of beautiful saffron color laddoos from Kanpur. As you all know I am not a sweet tooth person, I thought what will I do with them. Though they are yummy, but I can not have them all by myself. And then this Idea came, why not make some fusion with them and present the same laddoos in an entirely different avatar.
I started with baking paneer to form small balls like rasgulla. Then made some custard with milk, milkmaid, sugar free, kewra, cardamom and saffron to give flavor like rasmali milk. To give it a gell like texture I used a bit of gelatin. Layered all the things together in a glass bowl and there it is, My beautiful Indrani Custard Pudding.