Gil-E-Firdaus

Gil-E-Firdaus
Gil-E-Firdaus

Location : Telangana.

Ingredients : Ghee, Milk, Sugar, Raisin, Cashew, Almond, Date, Pistachio, Walnut, Saffron, Cardamom.

Recipe at a Glance : Boil milk ⇒ add raisin, cardamom and saffron ⇒ continue boiling with sugar till become thicker ⇒ saute cashew, almond, pistachio, walnut with ghee ⇒ add crashed cashew, almond, pistachio, walnut and date ⇒ turn well.

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. I am from South but never even heard of this dish. Time to try these new stuff. Is there a way I can see full recipe with measurements?

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    1. Yes, it is an origin of Kheer. Today in India we modified this food with rice or other vegetables also but actual origin is from Afganisthan. Pure milk with some dry fruits. We generally confused with Firni, Payesh or Kheer and Gil E Firdaus. Payesh and Firni is generally made with Rice and Milk. Kheer is recognised a Rice Kheer or Vegetable Kheer or Fruit Kheer etc. But Gil E Firdaus is a Origin of Muslim community in India. Problem is we have modified every origin into fusion. Hope you enjoyed this preparation. It’s very simple to prepare. Thank you very much.

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  2. munchies.blog says:

    This sounds delicious! I’ve never heard tell of such a thing. It looks fairly simple to make too, assuming I can get my hands on some Ghee or find a recipe! Do you think it would work to substitute the Ghee for butter sold in American stores?

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    1. No, don’t use butter in it. You can skip ghee if not available. Butter and Indian Desi Ghee is different one. The flavour and taste is totally different. Just roast dry fruits without ghee. Butter will break the consistency of the preparation with a oily texture.

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