Oct 8, 2008

KHEER (RICE PUDDING)

Kheer or rice pudding, the queen of creams is an Indian dish this creamy rice pudding is made in every indian home both on festivals and ordinary days. This durga pooja day I made this sweet dish for naivedyam for Durga maa Ihope you all enjoy my version of making KHEER

100g -- rice 1 tin -- sweetened condensed milk or milkmaid 1 litre --milk Chopped nuts and cardamom powder for decoration

few strings-- safforan


1. Wash rice and pressure cook in milk for 10 minutes (or cook on slow fire, till rice is soft).

2. Add condensed milk and cook for another 5 to 7 minutes, stirring continuously, until the kheer reaches a desired consistency. Remove from fire.

3. Serve garnished with nuts and cardamom powder.

4. If kheer is served chilled, keep it a little sweeter because cold kheer tastes less sweet then hot




12 comments:

DEESHA said...

looks very yummy ..

Priya said...

Wowow.. looks delicious..am drooling on our kheer..

LG said...

Pudding looks yumm rekha..I loved the cashew arranged on the kheer..

srikars kitchen said...

Wow.. looks very nice & colourful...Nice entry...

Priti said...

Kheer looking delicious ....lovley post

Jaishree said...

Kheer looks very nice & yum Rekha.Happy Dasera to you.

Sireesha said...

Rice Pudding is really queen of payasams looks sooooo creamy and rich...Love the colour....

Jeena said...

This looks such a treat!

Usha said...

Wow your kheer looks absolutely fantastic :-)

Shreya said...

Looks so good. I love your recipe because it has milkmaid:-) Just perfect..

Sujatha said...

what more can be so traditional for a festival day than our tasty kheer! Perfect sweet.. I Love the color...

Divya Vikram said...

Yummy dessert!