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Rice Kheer Recipe

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Ingredients

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6 green cardamoms--powdered
1 tbsp golden raisins
1 l full-fat organic milk
5 tbsp sugar
1 pinch saffron
15-20 almonds--blanched and sliced
12-15 cashews
¼ cup basmati rice

Rice Kheer Recipe

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
  • 35 min
  • Serves 3
  • Medium

Ingredients

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Rice Kheer, along with phirni and seviyan kheer, is one of the most popular kheer recipes in Northen India. This meal is suitable for every celebration and it can also be served as dessert after a big meal. It is quite easy to make and after reading our recipe, you will be ready to make your own rice kheer in no time!

If you want to add an extra flavor, you can add cashews, golden raisins, saffron, saffron strands, dry fruits, almonds, and cardamom. You can add it all or a few of these assortments. The more, the merrier.

 

Health Benefits: 

  1. Rice kheer is good for metabolism. Rice is an excellent source of calcium, riboflavin, thiamine, fiber, iron, vitamin D, and niacin.
  2. These vitamins boost our immune system.
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How to Make Rice Kheer

  1. Heat the milk and let it boil.
  2. Drain the rice and keep it aside.
  3. Turn down the heat and add the rice.
  4. Gently stir the milk. Leave it to simmer.
  5. Leave the rice grains to cook
  6. Cook the rice with the milk for about 35 to 37 minutes in low flame.
  7. Keep stirring the broth to avoid lumps.
  8. Add sugar to the rice after a while.
  9. Scrap the insides of the pan then add the dried milk to the pan.
  10. Leave the almonds to cool. Peel them.
  11. Slice the peeled almonds along with the cashews.
  12. Wash the raisins and set them aside.
  13. Pound the cardamoms into a fine dry powder with a mortar and pestle.
  14. Add the cashews, saffron, almonds, and cardamom powder when the rice is cooked.
  15. The rice kheer should be very thick.
  16. Continue to scrape the sides of the pot, let the dried milk mix along with the rice in the pan.
  17. Add raisins and stir the broth.
  18. Your rice kheer is ready to be served.
  19. You can either serve it warm or hot or you could refrigerate it in small serving bowls.

With Vaya Tyffyn, you do not have to finish your rice kheer in one sitting. You can preserve some for later and it will still be warm and fresh in the airtight confines of Vaya Tyffyn.

Trivia

The continent of Asia is responsible for the production and consumption of 90% of all the rice in the world.

 

Bhavani

Bhavani is chiefly a food blogger and a performer and trainer of classical South Indian music. When she's not writing or singing, she interests herself with vegetarian cooking, DIY crafts, and spending time with friends and family.

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