The silkiest of desserts, this Dudhi Basundi is a delicious take on traditional sweet Basundi. Gujarati dudhi basundi can be made on the stovetop or in the Instant Pot or electric pressure cooker. 

Savour this scrumptious Dudhi Basundi on any fasting day or as a perfect dessert for any festive occasion alongside saadi poori (plain deep-fried flatbread). This sweetened and creamy pudding is prepared with milk, grated bottle gourd, sugar and infused with aromatic spices such as cardamom and nutmeg powder. Then this chilled and divine Dudhi Basundi is lovingly adorned with pistachio and almond slivers, saffron threads, and edible 24ct, gold leaf!


Dudhi Basundi, a delicious thickened and creamier dessert is perfect for any fast or served on any festive occasion. Stewed grated bottle gourd in ghee and milky goodness, the final results give you creamier spoonful dessert with the warmth of cardamom and saffron and crunch from the pistachio and almond mix.



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