Shahi Toast (Eggless Bread Pudding)

Shahi Toast (Eggless Bread Pudding)

Shahi Toast (Eggless Bread Pudding)

Shahi Toast is rich bread pudding. Toasted bread covered with creamy milk known as Malai. This is delicious and easy recipe to make.
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Course Breakfast
Cuisine Indian
Servings 2 people


  • 3 slices white bread firm
  • 1-1/2 tbsp unsalted butter
  • 2 cups milk
  • 2 tbsp sugar
  • 4 Green Cardamoms – shelled and the seeds crushed1 tbsp
  • 1 tbsp sliced almonds
  • 1 tbsp sliced pistachios


  • Remove the crust from all sides of bread and butter the bread slices from both sides generously. Cut the slices in two.
  • Toast the bread from both sides on the skillet over medium heat until bread is toasted on both sides golden brown and crispy. Set aside.
  • In a heavy bottom pan boil milk over medium high heat until the milk reduces to about 1cup. After milk comes to boil this should take about 20 minutes. Wet the pan and have few spoons of water before putting the milk in pan, this will reduce the chances of milk to burn. Make sure frequently stir the milk and scrapes the sides.
  • Add sugar cardamom powder, half the almonds and half the pistachios. Boil for about 3 more minutes, stirring occasionally. Turn off the heat.
  • Assembling Shahi Toast: In serving plate arrange the bread slices; pour the milk over bread covering all sides. Notes: you may prepare the toast and milk in advance but assemble just before serving otherwise toast will become very soft.
  • Next garnish with remaining nuts.


Shahi Toast can be served for breakfast or as a dessert. Any way you serve it will taste fabulous.
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24 thoughts on “Shahi Toast (Eggless Bread Pudding)

  1. I made Shahi Toast today, liked it. In the recipe you say it takes about 20 minutes to reduce the milk to half the volume. I tried even on higher than medium heat, it took much longer than 20 minutes, and it was not still so thick.

    Should the milk reduce to the consistency of malai? How long will that take?

  2. excellent .. a very simple n healthy version .. we can use skimmed milk too ..
    I guess ..
    I have tsted many times shahi tukhda ..but always felt it can be simple without cream .. plus lots of nuts added in each layer .. makes it very heavy.

  3. thank u for the recipe… all the recipes u post are soooo good and u make them quite easy to make for girls like me who stay away from home 🙂 Thank u so much..!! God Bless You 🙂

  4. Mam, I love your recipes, they are so easy and quick to make with minimal ingredients, still the results are so good. I started enjoying vegetarian food once I tried your recipes, thanks a ton!!

  5. this is such a delicious recipe my son ( 2 and half) love very much. it is very easy to prepare dessert. after doing twice i came to understand the real taste… the secret is we have to boil the milk very thick and sugar should be caramelized in the milk. otherwise toast will become soggy.

    if follow all the steps of manjula ji.. will get a great delicious shahi toast. its really too delicious.

    thanks to manjulaji..

  6. I enjoy your cooking shows very much , I was looking at this shahi tukray recipe but nowhere is it mentioned about sugar when and where do you add the sugar and how much, can you please let me know. thanks

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