Badam Ke Lauze / Almond Slices --- 5th blog anniversary

15:59 Niloufer Riyaz 19 Comments

This is the 5th year of my blog baby! How time flies fast.......  From a novice cook I've turned into a better cook... Lots of ups and downs.... Burning dishes to perfect bakes. A special thanks to all the blogger friends who have been a pillar of support in all these years. ## Another happy news while typing this recipe my first interview is published in SmartIndianWoman
http://www.smartindianwomen.com/blog/an-interview-with-blogger-niloufer-of-kitchen-samraj/
Feeling very very happy! Maasha Allah ##

This recipe was for Shhhh Cooking Secret Challenge  this month and I was paired with Viji of Virunthu Unna Vaanga and the secret ingredient was Almonds ... My mind immediately went for this delicious Badam ke Lauze / Almond slices. This dessert is our family favorite. It can be made a day in advance  and can be reheatedand is a perfect dessert for any party. The advantage is it freezes very well too. This recipe serves 6-8



Lets move on to the recipe

You need:
Eggs(medium)                 3 nos
Ground Almonds             75 gms
Milk Powder                    200 gms
Sugar                                200gms
Saffron Strands                1/2 tsp
Unsalted Butter                100gms
Flaked Almonds               25 gms



Preparation:

Beat the eggs in a bowl and leave aside.
Place the ground almonds, milk powder, sugar and saffron in a large mixing bowl and mix well.
Melt the butter in a small saucepan, pour over the dry ingredients and mix well with a fork.
Add the beaten eggs and blend.
Spread the mixture in a shallow 15-20 cm dish and bake in a pre-heated oven at 160*C for 45 minutes.
Check whether cooked by piercing  with a knife or a skewer, which will emerge clean if its done.
Cut into diamond shapes and decorate with flaked almonds.

This dish is best eaten hot but also be served cold with whipping cream.


19 comments:

Congrats on the milestone! way to go! cake looks so soft

Congrats dear....awesome dessert recipe, looks very inviting :)

Razina Javed said...

Congrats

Sathya Priya said...

They look soft and moist ..Lovely

Sathya Priya said...

Hearty congratulations for your blog anniversary

Shailaja R said...

Yummy & tempting slices.
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Shailaja R said...

Congrats.

Shobha said...

Delicious.. something different with saffron flavour.
Congratulations on the blog's 5th anniversary !

Mayuri Patel said...

anything with almonds is yummy... desseet looks yummy and may try it.

Mayuri Patel said...

anything with almonds is yummy... dessert looks yummy and may try it.

Mayuri Patel said...

anything with almonds tastes yummy, may try this recipe.

Congrats dear. Lovely cake

Rafeeda AR said...

wow... congrats dear.. this dessert looks so good and yummy...

Congrats on your milestone... Wish to meet more and more milestones in future... U made it really very well... Looks so yumm and soft...

Congrats looks wonderful

Priya Suresh said...

Congrats Nilou on reaching this milestone, almond slices looks fabulous for the celebration.

Gloria said...

Congrats on 5th blog Anniversary.. Perfect for the celebration.. Looks yumm..

Jaleela Banu said...

Congrats Niloufer. tempting almond slices

M Ayaz Mir said...

Please can you post recepie with ingredients measurement in cups
Thanks a lot