Preparation time: 10 minutes
½ cup leftover
½ cup milk
¼ cup flavoured
2 tbsp rose syrup
1 tsp almond, sliced
1 tsp pistachios, sliced
1 tsp rose syrup
In a vessel take the leftover
mithai, add milk and blend well. Now for assembling, take a tall glass. Drop in the
mithai pieces in. Top it up with flavoured sev and pour in the rose syrup. Now pour in the prepared
mithai milk. Add a layer of sabja seeds over it. Sprinkle sliced almonds and pistachios. Drizzle rose syrup on top and garnish with
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