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Shri- Khand - Saffron Spiced Yoghurt (Hindu Cooking) - Comments


Name: Judi McQuade 19th August 2010
I was curious about what the traditional version of Luanne's Shri Khand looked like. This is it - thought I would share. Since greek yoghurt is already strained, I think you can skip the step of extra straining yourself.
Name: Bertie 14th January 2012
Gosh, I wish I would have had that information earlier!

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