The traditional recipe is quite time consuming with thickening of milk by slow cooking it then making yogurt overnight and finally steaming it but baking with store bought yogurt makes it ridiculously easy.
Ingredients:(Makes 4 ramekins )
Yogurt - 1 1/2 cups (Vanilla /Plain Greek yogurt)
Full fat fresh cream - 1 cup ( U can cut down and go for whole milk or even half and half)
Condensed milk - 1 cup
Cardamom - 3 pods seeds powdered (optional)- tastes best with plain yogurt.
Red cherry canned
Roasted pistachios /cashews chopped
Beat the yogurt well without any lumps add the cream, condensed milk and cardamom powder / extract.Mix until well combined.
Boil 2 cups of water and pour it into a casserole dish (This is to get a head start in steam cooking as soon as the baking begins)
Pour the yogurt mixture into 4 ramekins equally and place it carefully inside the casserole dish with hot water.
Bake at 350 F for 20-25 minutes or until the top is firm yet jiggly on touch.(Do not let the edges brown or burn)
Remove ramekins from casserole and let it cool at room temperature decorate and serve or
keep it refrigerated for upto a day and decorate while serving.
Steam cooking :
If you prefer to steam cook instead of baking then place the ramekins (cover each with aluminium foil or steel lid ) in a double boiler with tight lid and water boiling in the bottom dish.Steam cook for 20 minutes on medium flame till top of bhapa doi is slightly firm.
You could use one large round dish too instead of ramekins and scoop and serve in ice cream cups.
- Instead of cardamom use any flavoring essence of your choice like vanilla extract, pineapple extract etc according to the flavor of yogurt used.
- Go for some saffron stands on top while baking for the beautiful orangish hue on top and silvered pistachios that makes it the most traditional looking.
Hope you like it.
enikku vayya,aa last pic kandappol vayyil sherikkum kappal odichuuu...looks so rich n delicious 🙂
Bhapa doi looks tempting.. Love the way you presented it
i loved the blog name it is unique 🙂 i never heard of baked yogurt 🙂 looks tempting !
Never tried this before. Looks delicious just like flan!!
wow they look colorful.even a simple dessert look gorgeous in ur photography ..
awesome clicks and definitely tempting, am so much in love with this as you rightly said.! I have seen many versions of this delectable dish by far this is the best..
Love the way its all explained hope everyone enjoyed as much as my family members did 😀
Remya Elizabeth Anish
So stunning and gorgeous pudding.......sarikkum tempting ennu paranjal ....ithanu. ennae kothipichu....... beautiful clicks..... 🙂
Love it Meena. Amazing dessert this one is !
beautiful pics.. looks so delicious and tempting..
Anupa Joseph (Palaharam)
The very look is so tempting... Bookmarking it to try it?... this is definitely a good one for the chobani challenge ?
that pic is so tempting..wish i could get a spoon of it...
amazing dessert Meena.. very colorful too
Bappa Doi has been on my 'to do' list for so long. After going through your recipe, I'm tempted to go this route 🙂 Love the handle of those spoons Meena 🙂
I have made this once and really loved it... yours looks really beautiful, well set! Awesome clicks as usual...
Bhapa Doi is a favorite of my husband although I have never made this at home. I always buy store brought ones when he craves for one. Now that I have your tried tested recipe, I am surely going to give this a try.
This looks really delicious. Very well presented Meena.
Awesomely stunning and captivating. I don't want to say anything about the taste because I love love the gorgeous colours. Made me feel so good and happy looking at those visuals.
That's a great new dessert find and looks quite comforting. Thanks for sharing, glad to add this recipe to my bucket list. 🙂
Lovely pictures and delicious recipes!!
Iam definitely gonna try this!!
So pretty. Love the pudding as well as the golden apple!