Dudh Na Puff (Milk froth)

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Parsi Style

Dudh Na Puff (Milk froth)

  • This delicious and nutritious drink is traditionally made in the winter.
  • Fresh  milk is used and to cool the milk, it was  put out on an open terrace or flat roof overnight.
  • In this century we use the refrigerator and USA dairy cow’s milk.
  • Best served immediately in the morning or refrigerate for later.

Serves 3-6 glasses

Recipe for Dudh na Puffs 

Recipe for Doodh na Puffs (Made in USA)
Doodh na Puffs (Made in USA)


2 Cups Milk

1/2 Cup Sugar

1 drop Rose essence (optional)


Boil milk to a full boil.

Add sugar and boil for 5 minutes

Cool and refrigerate overnight in covered airtight glass bowl

Add Rose essence if desired

Beat with egg beater or whisk till froth develops.

Spoon the froth into a glass and serve immediately

Recipe from Cookbook – Parsi Cuisine Manna of the 21st Century


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Nov 11, 2018, 3:58 am

This milky drink recipe sounds like something my children would go mad for! The frothy part they would love too! Very interesting facts. A milky drink for breakfast has always got to be a good thing in my book. Thank you for sharing with #FiestaFriday


Nov 11, 2018, 8:06 pm

Thank you so much <3


Nov 11, 2019, 2:19 am

This post takes me back to my childhood days. Thank you.

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