A cold dessert thought to have originated in Mumbai first is famous all over the Indian Sub Continent. It is a chilled extravaganza enjoyed best in Summers. As the name suggests, having it is indeed a royal experience. Liked and loved by the children and the adults alike. This is for sure a never to be missed dessert.
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Full fat milk 3 cups
Sabza seeds or chia seeds 3 tbsp
Rose syrup 3 tbsp
Mango puree 6 tbsp
Mixed nuts slivered 1/4 cup
Strawberry jelly cut into pieces 1 cup
Falooda sev (noodles) 1 cup
Vanilla icecream 4 scoops
Sugar 3 to 4 tbsp
Boil milk and simmer on low flame for about 12 to 15 minutes.
Boil the falooda noodles too. Drain and set aside. Prepare jelly according to package instructions and allow it to set we
Soak the chia seeds in about half a cup of water. After the milk gets cooled down completely, add in the rose syrup and chill in the refrigerator until ready to serve.
Now comes the important part of assembling, take 3 tall glasses. Add the soaked chia seeds first and divide them equally among the three.
Next add the falooda sev followed by the jelly pieces in each along with the mango puree. Now top with the chilled rose flavoured milk in each right to the brim.
Now add generous scoops of vanilla icecream on top in each of the glasses.
Sprinkle loads of blanched and slivered mixed nuts as the final garnish and serve it extremely chilled for that sheer nostalgic experience.
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