* Fresh shrikhand: The fresh shrikhand was better than the frozen shrikhand from India that I purchased. The texture wasn’t chewy but it was thick and creamy, thicker than Greek yogurt. It was quite sweet but not as sweet as the frozen shrikhand. They added saffron, sugar, crushed pistachios, sliced almonds, and cardamom. The nice part was that the yogurt still had a little tang, so it tasted like yogurt. Saffron was the predominant spice. It was still too sweet for me, but I can handle it in small quantities. The owner recommended eating it with salt, pepper, and a paratha. I've been eating it with plain yogurt, to cut the sweetness. Mr. Froyo enjoyed it and didn't find it too sweet, surprisingly.
Here is a recipe for shrikhand that I found: https://www.vegrecipesofindia.com/shrikhand-recipe/
3 out of 5 stars.
* NAMASTE SPICELAND: 270 N Hill Ave., Pasadena, CA 91106
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