One thing Indians often miss after going vegan is eating traditional homemade sweets like kheer, halwa, and rabri which conventionally contain milk or other dairy products. Thankfully, the easy availability of soy milk has made it possible for vegans to continue to enjoy non-dairy versions of their favorite sweet treats. Of course, we can also use homemade non-dairy milks to make these desserts but I will admit, it is definitely very convenient to use store-bought soy milk as it is easily available and more economical than other varieties of non-dairy milk.
So, coming to today’s recipe! Traditional rabri is a rich, condensed dairy milk-based dessert. This smooth, creamy, and luscious VEGAN rabri is made with soy milk and flavored with real kesar (saffron) and pista. It tastes heavenly and no one would be able to guess you made it in under 20 minutes! Yes, it is actually that easy to make. Do try and share your feedback 🙂