Monday, November 14, 2016

D'lecta HumBhiChef Desserts Workshop plus Baked Yoghurt Recipe


This year Diwali was a more savoury affair for me and my family. After being showered with spicy farsan and snacks, it is natural to crave for something sweet. Though my family loves ghee laden sweets, I am more of a chocoholic and absolutely adore a sublime cheesecake.

And when I was invited to D'lecta HumBhiChef Desserts Workshop, it was perfect timing.

I reached at their sprawling corporate office at Gokuldham in Goregaon East. I was one of the first of the invitees to arrive and took in their magnificent kitchen. Laid out on one of their counters was their range of products. D'lecta is better known for their beverage solutions that are used in various hospitality industries and workplaces. They are also one of the prime players that offer a variety of dairy products and bakery products that are available in various SKUs in large and small retail formats. 


Just looking at this rich product spread is enough to tempt any cheese lover like me!



My dear food blogger friends Shalini Digvijay of Baketitude, Uttpal Krushna of Fashionable Foodz and Aarthi B of Gastronomic Flight joined me in this workshop.

The D'lecta kitchen's professional chef, Ms. Priya Dikshit was most gracious in her interactions, promptly and courteously attending to all our littlest doubts. Needless to say we learnt a lot from her, especially for a dessert newbie like me. In the end, we all were awarded certificates for successful completion of the workshop and also took home loads of D'lecta goodies!



We learned to make Eggless Baked Cheesecake, Baked Yoghurt, Black Forest Cheesecake and Espresso & Dark Chocolate Mousse.



So here I share an interesting recipe for Baked Yoghurt that I have rightly term it as a lazy person's dessert, because:
a) It uses only 3 ingredients
and
b) it is dreadfully simple to make.

Moreover, it was surprisingly and utterly delicious that I just couldn't stop at one serving.


Recipe for Baked Yoghurt:

Serves: 6 small ramekins

What you'll need:

Condensed Milk: 200 g
D'lecta Creme: 200 g
Yoghurt: 200 g



Method:

Preheat the oven at 150 degree Celsius.

Mix the creme, condensed milk and yoghurt until smooth. (Make sure all 3 ingredients are at room temperature).


Whisk away till it has mixed nice and smooth.


Put in 6 equal sized aluminum bowls/ ramekins.
Put them in a baking tray with water.



Bake the yoghurt for 20 minutes.
Switch off the oven and let it cool in the oven for 10 minutes.


 Remove from the oven, cool it and chill it for 3 - 4 hours.


Take a spoon, dig in and Enjoy!

Note: If you don't have an oven, you can cover the ramekins with foil and steam them in a steamer.



Do let me know in the comments if you'd try this out at home!

6 comments:

  1. Nice...Fab meeting up with you again. I made this with less condensed milk and nolen gur syrup. With a wee bit of elaichi .it was awesome.

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    1. That's a lovely spin to the recipe, Shalini. It was fab meeting you again as always! :)

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    1. It was so nice meeting you Gauri. Loved your write-up :) ... Aarthi

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    2. Thank you Aarthi. Hope to see you again soon! :)

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  3. Hey keep posting such good and meaningful articles.

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Spit it out already!