Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Rice Kheer

Last in our Diwali special is rice Kheer – it is one of the most loved dessert in northern parts of India. This kheer is very flavorful because of saffron strands and dry fruits. You can also add cashews and raisins along with saffron, almonds and cardamom. And on this sweet a very HAPPY DIWALI to all the lovely members of Desitadka!


2 litter full cream milk
1/2 small bowl rice
1 cup sugar
1 teaspoon green cardamom powder
10 crushed Almonds
10 saffron ( dip in tittle milk for some time)

1.       Boil milk and once the milk starts to boil add rice and keep stirring it continuously on low flame so that it doesn’t stick
2.       Then add sugar and on a low flame let the rice cook in the milk
3.       Once the rice is more than halfway done, add the saffron, cardamom powder, crushed almonds and mix it well
4.       When the rice has been cooked completely and the kheer has thickened to the desired consistency then switch off the fire
5.       Now take it out in a bowl and garnish with saffron and almonds and refrigerate it
6.       You can serve kheer hot or cold

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