Basundi - Janmashtami Prasad special

Looking for some easy yet tasty prasad recipe for Janmashtami? Janmashtami celebration is incomplete without Dudh (milk) and makhan(butter cream) sweets. So here is Bansundi recipe for you to try this Janmashtami.

1. 2 liters milk
2. 2 cup sugar (can add more based on your sweetness preference)
3. 1 teaspoon cardamom powder
4. a few strands of saffron
5. 2 tbsp cup finely chopped almonds and pistachios
6. 1/2 tsp nutmeg powder (optional) 

7. 1/4 cup kishmish

1. In a heavy bottom pan, boil the milk over medium flame. As milk comes to boil reduce the flame to low.
2. Let the milk boil slowly now and keep stirring and mix the layer of cream back in milk
3. Keep doing so until milk is about 3/4 in volume.
4. After about 15 minutes of boiling milk add the sugar and cardamom, continue to boil, until it is 3/4 in volume.
5. Turn off the heat. Add almonds, pistachios and nutmeg powder and mix well. As cools almost to room temperature add kishmish. (Adding when milk is hot may result in curdling)
Servers best when chilled 

Kitchen Gyan: You can make cardamom, almond, pistachios and nutmeg powder together and add. This will give more thickness to Basundi.