Shrikhand is a very sweet Indian custard. It can typically be purchased in India or Indian stores. However, many people make it at home.
Make yogurt, home-made style. You will need to use some existing yogurt, most likely brought from a store, to ferment the yogurt. To do this, boil milk inside a large pot on the stove, then place it in the oven. After this, let it cool in the fridge for a few hours until it is a frothy yogurt. You may need to make two full medium-size pots of yogurt because the liquid must be drained out in a later step.
Strain the yogurt so that only the fats remain in it, while all the liquid drains away. You can use a strainer, slowly pouring the yogurt through a strainer with a dish to catch all the liquid. This is the easiest way.
Discard the liquid. Meanwhile, take the fats, the thick parts that are left, and pour them all into a dish.
Choose a flavor for the Shrikhand. You can buy mango, strawberry, apple, or any other fruit's pulp of your choice in most Indian stores. Mix in the desired quantity of pulp flavoring into the yogurt and blend evenly.
Garnish with powdered cardamom and stunningly delicious Shrikhand is ready!