Tricolour Rice Kheer

rice kheer recipe, rice kheer at home, rice kheer chawal ki kheer, rice kheer description, rice kheer with dry fruits, delicious rice kheer, rice kheer easy recipe, rice kheer easy, rice kheer eid special, rice kheer in english, rice kheer how to make, rice kheer muslim style, rice kheer mix, recipe of rice kheer, making of rice kheer, rice kheer quick recipe, quick rice kheer, rice kheer sweet, rice kheer simple, rice kheer special, rice kheer thick, how to rice kheer, rice kheer video, rice kheer veg recipes of india, rice kheer youtube
dessert
indian
Tricolour Rice Kheerhttps://youtu.be/7tbUCE76V98Want to make your Republic Day special and patriotic? Try out this Tricoloured Kheer recipe which is flavoured with beautiful and vibrant colours of the national flag of India. Kheer is a delicious dessert made from boiling milk with rice and sugar with a variety of flavours - and refined with ingredients such as cinnamon, almonds & pistachios. It is a nationally recognised dessert that is loved by millions of people. In this recipe you can learn to prepare kheer in simple steps. Seduce your palate by the taste of dried fruits & nuts as well as the sweet and savoury taste of spices. Traditionally, the delicious kheer is made with rice and is served with a variety of other dishes, such as kebab, biryani. If you want to enhance the taste of this delicious dessert, you can add khoya to this recipe. This Kheer recipe is easy to make in just four steps, so collect all the ingredients, follow the steps and prepare your own dessert. Happy Republic Day! #republicday #kheer #tricolourhttps://img.youtube.com/vi/7tbUCE76V98/maxresdefault.jpg26-01-2021
Servings: 4
Author: Team Hautepot
Prep time: 20 MinCook time: 50 MinTotal time: 1 H & 10 M
Kheer is a delicious dessert made from boiling milk with rice and sugar with a variety of flavours - and refined with ingredients such as cinnamon, almonds & pistachios. Seduce your palate by the taste of dried fruits & nuts as well as the sweet and savoury taste of spices.

Ingredients

  • 3tsp pure cow ghee
  • 200 gm rice, soaked
  • 2 litres full cream milk
  • 300 gm sugar
  • 200 gm khoya (optional)
  • 50 gm edible rose petals
  • 50 gm almond, slivered
  • 50 gm cashew, diced
  • 50 gm pistachios, blanched slivered
  • 3 gm orange food colour
  • 3 gm green food colour

Instructions

  1. Add soaked rice in the food processor and grind until coarse.
  2. In a vessel, put pure cow ghee and add milk. Keep the heat on high and bring the milk to boil.
  3. Once the milk starts boiling, reduce the heat to medium. Add grounded rice and cook for 20 mins or until the mixture starts to thicken. Keep stirring continuously to avoid the mixture from sticking to the vessel.
  4. Add sugar and cook for 5 to 7 mins. Mix well and keep stirring continuously to dissolve the sugar.
  5. (Optional)Add khoya to the mixture and mix until it dissolves.
  6. Make the heat low and let the mixture simmer. Add pistachios, cashew, almond and dried rose petals. Mix well. Let the mixture simmer on very low temp/flame for 5 to 7 mins and allow to cool.
  7. Top it off with almonds and pistachios.
  8. Serve hot or cold.
Tricolored flag of India
  1. Take the orange and green food colours in two separate bowls. Add 5 tsp of milk each and make orange and green liquid milk.
  2. Gently pour the orange liquid on the top 1/3 part of the vessel spread it evenly.
  3. Repeat for green liquid at the lower 1/3 part of the vessel.
  4. Add the dried rose petals on the lines to cover any inconsistency and to garnish the kheer.

Tips:

Boiling the milk is a must to let the kheer thicken. Stir continuously to prevent the mixture from sticking to the pot.

Nutrition Facts

Calories

1111.14

Fat (grams)

49.01

Sat. Fat (grams)

20.75

Carbs (grams)

137.71

Fiber (grams)

3.23

Net carbs

134.48

Sugar (grams)

116.88

Protein (grams)

33.88

Sodium (milligrams)

546.95

Cholesterol (grams)

97.12

*estimated values

Did you try this recipe?
Tag @hautepot.co on instagram and hashtag it #hautepot

Post a Comment

0 Comments