Mishti Doi, Baked Yoghurt

Mishti Doi, Baked Yoghurt

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mishti doi recipe | Bengali sweet yoghurt | mishti doi with condensed milk | mishti doi in 2 hours is a radically different dessert, which will take your party by storm! Learn how to make mishti doi in 2 hours.

To make mishti doi, you need only 3 ingredients – thick curds, fresh cream and condensed milk. Combine all the ingredients and whisk very well. Pour equal quantities of the mixture into 4 individual oven safe bowls. Take an aluminium tray, fill it with 1 cup of water and place the 4 moulds on it at equal intervals. Bake in a pre-heated oven at 200°C (400°F) for 10 minutes. Cool, refrigerate and serve.

Mishti Doi is a Bengali style creamy dessert in which curd is complemented by the rich milky taste and pleasant sweetness of condensed milk. This turns into a beautiful dessert.

The unique process of baking and then chilling intensifies the flavour and also the mouth-feel of this mishti doi with condensed milk.

Tips for Bengali sweet yoghurt. 1. Use thick curd only so the dessert sets well. 2. Use readymade fresh cream only and not homemade cream. 3. Do not forget to add water in the aluminium tray put in the oven to bake. 4. Refrigerate it and serve to enjoy its true flavours. 5. Use oven-proof serving bowls only. Since it’s a set dessert you have to serve in the same bowl.

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Mishti Doi, Baked Yoghurt recipe - How to make Mishti Doi, Baked Yoghurt

Preparation Time:    Cooking Time:    Baking Time:  15 minutes   Baking Temperature:  200°C (400°F)   Total Time:     Makes 4 servings
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Ingredients


For Mishti Doi
1 cup thick curds (dahi)
3/4 cup fresh cream
3/4 cup condensed milk

Method
    Method
  1. Combine all the ingredients in a deep bowl and whisk well.
  2. Pour equal quantities of the mixture into 4 individual oven safe bowls.
  3. Take an aluminium tray, fill it with 1 cup of water and place the 4 moulds on it at equal intervals.
  4. Bake in a pre-heated oven at 200°c (400°f) for 10 minutes.
  5. Cool completely and refrigerate for 2 hours.
  6. Serve chilled.
Nutrient values (Abbrv) per serving
Energy362 cal
Protein7.7 g
Carbohydrates36.1 g
Fiber0 g
Fat20.1 g
Cholesterol8 mg
Sodium98.7 mg
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      Frequently Asked Questions

      1. Q. How can i make Mishti Doi low fat/diabetic friendly? You can use 1 cup of low fat curd, 1 cup low fat milk and 5 tbsp jaggery. Use the same method as mentioned above. 

      Reviews

      Mishti Doi, Baked Yoghurt
       on 03 Nov 20 09:02 AM
      5

      So, I need to use hung curd? Really thick set curd is not an alternative? Also can I use one dish to set it in instead of individual ramekins?
      Tarla Dalal
      03 Nov 20 02:52 PM
         You can use thick curd. We have used individual bowls to set as they are served in the same bowls as baked. If you use on single bowl, serving would be difficult.
      Mishti Doi, Baked Yoghurt
       on 14 Oct 20 04:01 PM
      5

      Ma''am Can I steam it instead of baking?
      Tarla Dalal
      15 Oct 20 11:34 AM
         Yes, you can try it.
      Mishti Doi, Baked Yoghurt
       on 18 Mar 17 09:12 PM
      5

      Ma''am, Specificity of using hung curd only? It might turn sour,will it affect the taste?
      Tarla Dalal
      20 Mar 17 09:16 AM
         Hi Sachin, As mentioned in the recipe, use only thick curds and follow the recipe exactly for best results.
      Mishti Doi, Baked Yoghurt
       on 18 Mar 17 12:43 PM
      5

      Ma''am, I had tried my hand at baking the dahi,I condensed the milk of Amul gold put it with the youghart and baked it ,to my surprise it was a blunder the dahi has turned Chena. Do u prefer to use Amul cream? I had used Tok dahi available here or the sour curd in Bengal. Pls help
      Tarla Dalal
      18 Mar 17 02:15 PM
         Hi Sachin, Yes fresh cream means Amul Fresh Cream and thick curds mean hung curds.
      Mishti Doi, Baked Yoghurt
       on 08 Oct 16 12:43 PM
      5

      I loved this Bengali recipe that is made so easily and quickly. I serve this cold to my guest and they really enjoy every bite of it.