No Bengali meal is complete without a sweet, and Mishti Doi, as we call in Bengali, is the most delicate among them.
It is hung curd mixed with a little cream and condensed milk, baked either in an oven with a hot bath, or steamed on a stove top to perfection. Then, it’s chilled for a few hours in the fridge.
The process of making baked yogurt is quite simple, and you can use any kind of topping for this. The amazing thing is that its not at all necessary to top it with anything. You can just scoop it and eat it.
This is my take on Baked Mishti Doi, and I’m glad that everyone at home loves it.
Making of baked yogurt:
Greek yogurt /Hung curd-1.5 cups
Heavy whipping cream-1 cup
Condensed milk-1 can
Pistachios -for garnishing
Blueberries and strawberries for decoration
Take a big bowl.
Whisk yogurt and condensed milk together.
Add heavy cream into the mixture. Stir it.
Preheat the oven at 360 c.
Take your ramekins and fill it with our yogurt mixture till it’s 3/4 full.
Take a baking tray and fill it halfway with water.
Place your ramekins in the tray.
Bake it for 40 -45 minutes or till the toothpick comes out clean.
Take out the tray and let it cool. Once they are cool enough, keep them in the fridge for a few hours.
Garnish with pistachios and berries.