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Shahi Tukray is a popular dessert from the Indian subcontinent, especially in Pakistan and India. It is a rich and indulgent dessert made with sliced bread that is fried until golden brown and then soaked in a sweet, creamy, and fragrant milk syrup.

To make Shahi Tukray, bread slices are first deep-fried until golden brown and then soaked in a mixture of milk, sugar, and cardamom. The bread slices absorb the milk mixture and become soft and creamy. The dish is then garnished with chopped nuts, such as almonds, pistachios, and cashews, and sometimes rose petals or saffron strands.

The result is a deliciously creamy and sweet dessert that is perfect for special occasions or festivals, such as Eid or Diwali. It is usually served chilled and can be enjoyed on its own or with a scoop of ice cream.

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