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Caramelized Strawberries with Cream

Caramelized Strawberries With Cream

Caramelized Strawberries with Cream is an English cuisine but the recipe below has an Indian twist. Strawberries and Cream – doesn’t it sound like a heavenly combination? Ahhhh… it this dessert tasted the same and I love it more when my daughter finished a full glass of Caramelized Strawberries with Cream.

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Here is how I to make the Caramelized Strawberry with Cream Recipe. I’d caramelized the strawberries first with the help of castor sugar and then arranged in a serving glass along with whipped cream. It’s like an achievement to trying out something new… and Yayyy .. I did it. It turned out really beautiful and delicious.

I chose strawberries with cream to make it look like an extravagant dessert. It will look lovely when you make it and put it on table on special occasions. The red and white colour combination of Caramelised Strawberries with Cream Recipe gives the dessert an ultimate contrast. What say ? Do you like this combination? Let’s go for it 🙂

Well.. for a variety in colour combinations you can go ahead and try out the Caramelised Strawberries with Cream recipe with other fruits. I’ll certainly like to know and see the pics… drop in the comments if you try this dessert with other fruits or if you want a suggestion.

This dessert contains less ingredient and takes less time to get ready.

To give it an Indian twist I have added fruit chat masala in a very small amount while caramelizing the strawberries. The fruit Chat Masala in the Caramelised Strawberries with Cream gives a mild spicy flavour with sweet sugar and believe me, it tastes amazing when sweet and spicy flavours come together. Beware do not add too much chaat masala it can spoil your dessert.

So, let’s go through the recipe so that after having this delicious dessert your heart will say Yumm, Yumm, Yummmy.

How to Make Caramelized Strawberries with Cream

Servings 2 or depends on the quantity you want to serve.

Timings 20 minutes

Ingredients

  • 150 ml of whipped cream
  • 1 and 1/2 box of strawberries
  • 4 tbsp crystal sugar or brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup of icing or powdered sugar
  • 2 drops vanilla essence
  • 1/4 tsp fruit chaat masala
  • 1 plastic cone
  • two small glasses

Method

Strawberry Dessert
Caramelized Strawberries with Cream Ingredients

 

How To Make Caramelized Strawberries

Take the washed strawberries and slice it nicely. Keep two whole strawberries side for decoration; you can eat them later 😉 .

Caramalized Strawberries
Caramelized Strawberries

Heat a pan for a minute then add sugar, let it melt for a minute. Now add all sliced and whole strawberries, fruit chat masala and mix with sugar until sugar gets into syrup consistency. Cook further for few more minutes till sugar becomes thick and properly sticks to the strawberries. Put off the flame and leave it too cool.

Your caramelized strawberries are ready.

 

Preparation of Cream

Take the cream in a bowl whip it. While whipping, add two drops of vanilla essence and icing or powdered sugar. Whip the cream until it becomes thick. Now transfer the cream into a plastic cone.

 

Assembling of strawberries and cream

Take a glass, arrange strawberries in slanting way. Now with the help of a plastic cone add whipped cream. Again arrange the second layer of strawberries and cream. Decorate the glass with whole strawberry.

Caramalised Strawberry with Cream Recipe
Caramelised Strawberry with Cream Recipe

Your luscious Caramelized Strawberries with Cream with an Indian touch is ready with the given recipe.

 

Tip: Before whipping the cream keep it in freezer for 6-7 minutes for good results.

 

— Recipe and Images Shared by Shumayala Khan

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4 thoughts on “Caramelized Strawberries with Cream

    1. I’m sweet-tooth, started my blog with the dessert itself 😀 .. Yes this one is very easy, let me know too when you try the caramelized strawberries with cream.

      Thanks,

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