Rice kheer is a traditional favourite all across india, especially in the south, where it is one of the most preferred options for weddings and special occasions. Traditionally, the milk and rice are simmered for a long time till the rice is cooked and the milk turns a pinkish hue with a rich aroma, texture and flavour. However, these days rice kheer can be made quickly with cooked rice and condensed milk. While this version is flavoured simply with cardamom powder, you can also dissolve a few strands of saffron in it. The garnishing also provides leeway for imagination with several options like dry fruits, nuts, finely-chopped fresh fruits or even sweet boondi made using coloured batter.
Phirni - as delicious it might be it is very easy to prepare as well. Phirni meaning Kheer of grounded rice flour in which we can also add our favourite dry fruits.
Phirni has many flavours and aromas which we can prepare, like Kesar Pista Phirni, Walnut Phirni, Mango Phirni, Kaju Phirni, Rose Phirni, Badam Phirni, Coconut Phirni, Banana Phirni, Grapes Phirni, etc, etc..
You can prepare Phirni in so many ways that if you make a new one everyday for a month it will seems a new taste for the one who's eating. You just need to have milk, sugar and basmati rice. Search for dry fruits in your kitchen, if you don't have any then look for fresh fruits or jam/jelly, you can mix either of these to make Phirni with a change in taste. So let us prepare Kesar Pista Phirni.
When a child becomes 6 months old he/she should be fed some quantity of solid food like Sooji Kheer that can fulfill the need of a growing body.It takes less time and is very nutritious in content.
Adults and kids everyone likes to eat Sooji Kheer. It is an instant recipe and can be prepared in less time. Serve hot and nutritious Sooji Kheer in winters to your family members to keep them healthy and active.
Basundi is prepared similarly lie North Indian recipe Rabri, where milk is cooked until it gets thick and dense in consistency. Also, dry fruits, nutmeg powder and saffron is added in it. This recipe can be prepared on Holi, Deepawali, Dusshera, Navratras and many other festivals.
Generally Apple Kheer is made usually during fasts.But it can also be made during festivals or whenever we feel like having something sweet. This Kheer would be relished not just by you but the entire family as it emits cardamom’s fragrance and the sweet taste of apple and papaya making it totally irresistible.
Lauki Kheer (Gourd Pudding) is not only tasty it is also very easy to digest. Let’s learn to make Lauki Kheer today.
You can prepare Lauki Kheer (Gourd Pudding) with Mawa too, but then the flavor of this kheer is no longer of the lauki (Gourd). That’s why we are not using Mawa in this pudding.
We always look forward to eat something cold and sweet after dinner, Coconut Kheer is a good option as an after dinner dessert.
Rice is also mixed in Coconut Kheer when made in the South Indian way, but in North India this Kheer is made with raw coconut without adding any rice. Rice is excluded so that it can also be eaten during fasts. Today we will prepare delicious Kheer from raw and sweet coconut.