​Daulat ki chaat as the name itself signifies is a precious treat for foodies. Mostly found during the winters as the froth begins to collapse with the ray of sunshine. It’s indeed a treasure! Daulat ki chaat, as called in the north is also known as Malaiyo in Banaras, malai makhan in Kanpur, and nimish in Lucknow. The traditional way is a tedious process but if you want to relish Daulat ki chaat this recipe is a tried and tasted one! Very simple ingredients and a delicious frothy chaat that’s what it’s all about! Try out this recipe and I’m sure your family and friends will love it! If you are making his at home an electric whisk is a must!

Preparation Time : 30 minutes – 2 hours

Refrigeration Time : 7-8 hours or overnight 

Serves : 4-6 persons 

Ingredients : 

Full cream milk : 2 litres, *I have used Amul Taza full fat milk

Fream cream : 2 and half cups *I have used Amul Cream 

Cream of tartar : 1 teaspoon, *Readily available in supermarkets/ online

Powdered sugar : 1 cup 

Rosewater / Rose essence : 1 teaspoon 

Pistachios : 3 tablespoons, chopped 

Almonds : 2 tablespoons, chopped 

Method : 

In a large stainless steel bowl mix the unboiled milk (directly from pack), fresh cream and cream of tartar. Stir in well for 2 minutes and refrigerate overnight.

Just before you are ready to serve the chaat, stir in 1/2 cup sugar and rosewater or essence.  Whisk the mixture using an electric beater at high speed. You will notice a foamy layer gathering on top of the mixture. Now collect the foam that forms on top of the mixture using a spoon or ladle and transfer to a serving bowls. 

Sprinkle a little powdered sugar on top and garnish with chopped almonds and pistachios. Serve immediately or else the foam will begin to condense.

After collecting a batch of foam continue collecting foam till by whisking the milk mixture using the electric beater until all the milk mixture is exhausted.  The idea is to collect the foam and serve immediately.

Even though laborious in preparation the final result will lure you wanting more! 

Try out this recipe and share your experiences!