Delicious Sikarni – A Traditional Nepali Yoghurt Dessert

Total Time: 5 minutes
Serving size: 4 servings

Sikarni is a popular Nepalese yoghurt dessert that is usually served after meals. It has a delicious sweet and salty flavor that makes it an ideal end-of-meal treat. The traditional recipe consists of yogurt, sugar, cardamom powder, walnuts, and a pinch of salt. It's easy to make and requires just a few ingredients that you probably already have in your kitchen! This creamy dish will surely be loved by all your family and friends!
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Sanju Kunwar
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Ingredients

- 1 liter of dahi/yogurt- 1 tablespoon of cardamom powder- 2 tablespoons of walnut- 2 tablespoons of sugar- A pinch of salt

Method

1. Take a bowl and place a clean piece of cloth on top.2. Pour the yogurt in the cloth and tie it, then hang it for one hour.3. Remove the cloth and pour the remaining yogurt into the bowl. Stir it properly with a spoon, making sure it's creamy.4. Add sugar, salt and cardamom powder to the yogurt mixture and mix well.5. Finally, add walnuts to the mixture and stir until everything is combined evenly.6. Serve and enjoy!
Sikarni is a delicious traditional Nepalese yoghurt dessert that can be enjoyed at the end of any meal. It's easy to make and requires just a few ingredients, so it's an ideal recipe for anyone looking to indulge in something sweet yet healthy. Serve chilled with love and share this amazing dish with all your family and friends!
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