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Persimmon Chiaseed yogurt Verrines – Guest post for Indulge

Persimmon Chiaseed yogurt Verrines, a French dessert that has many layers that plays with bright colors, textures and flavors, served in a small glasses.

Β We met through blogging sometime back but I always felt I have known her for years.Chitz always has a special and personalized way of writing comments which drew me closer to her.I thoroughly enjoy reading her posts as well.Now don’t you think the blog is aptly named indulge.Chitz says she is an amateur cook but you should see the Onam sadhya she made.I was really blown away by the number of dishes she made and also the amount of effort put in to get all the Indian goods in a place like Norway.Hats off to you girl !!
I wanted to make a virtual biriyani for the young couple thats what chechis do right!:) but I gave her a choice and she chose this simple and healthy dessert.
Please hop over to this very sweet girl’s blog. Click here.



Course Dessert
Cuisine French
Keyword Easy dessert,, Fall recipe, Persimmon recipe,
Prep Time 1 day
Chia seeds soaking time 1 hour
Total Time 1 day 1 hour
Servings 2
Author Meena


  • Fuyu Persimmon – 2 (1 per person)
  • Homemade yogurt from heavy whipping cream – 4 -5 tbsp Really thick not sour
  • Chia seed – 1 1/2 tbsp
  • Honey – 2 tsp


  • Wash, wipe and freeze ripe persimmon for 24 hours.
  • Soak chia seeds in 1/2 glass water and let it stand for 1 hour to expand or overnight in fridge.
  • When u are ready to assemble in the glass simply take out the frozen persimmon put it in warm water for a few minutes then cut off leave part and peel the skin gently with potato peeler (u might have to hold the fruit with a paper towel or cloth as the fruit would be still cold).Cut into bite size pieces
  • To assemble
  • Arrange few pieces of fruit at the bottom of the glass then slowly put 2 tbsp of yogurt per glass then hold a spoon upside down on top of the yogurt and gently pour 2-3 tsp of chia seeds onto the back of the spoon.So the layers would not mix up .On top add add the remaining cut fruits.Serve chilled or at room temperature.
  • Before serving drizzle some honey.


  1. Aww, that's so sweet of you Meena πŸ™‚ I really wish I could have that biriyani.. U tempted me like crazy with that pic πŸ˜€ Maybe you can make that for me when I visit you sometime πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ Thanks a ton for accepting my invitation & doing this lovely post for me πŸ™‚

  2. He hee..ya sure! even if the biriyani doesn't taste half as good as it looks I will make it for u πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚
    Thank you so much for inviting me Chitz.

  3. Such a cute dessert πŸ™‚ and Chitz is sure a lovely blogger. Hopping over to see the post πŸ™‚ love those Roses Meena on your blog

  4. OK, so now I learn what this fruit is called!!! We call it thakkali pazham and I love it just like that… it is one of the best fruits if it is sweet but pachayanenkilo vaaya kedaavum!!! I don't think I've to tell anything about Chitz, right… πŸ™‚ the pudding looks so droolworthy… hoping onto Chitz space… Meena chechi… πŸ˜›

  5. Wow Meena !! u ve a great creativity n excellent photo skills. mastered bth.. look at the way uve captured those chilled persimmon n the final pic is making me drooling. Bth r so realistic n colors r popping..

  6. The fruit pic clearly reveals the chilling temperature out there. Over to Indulge to read the rest…

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