Recipe of Kheer | Almond Kheer | How to make kheer

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Recipe of Kheer

Introduction to Recipe of Kheer

Recipe of Kheer is a traditional food of Pakistan and India. It is the easiest and healthy dish. The recipe of Kheer is also a milk product. It has many types according to their ingredients, but milk and rice are basic traditional ingredients. It is used at the household level. Kheer is used as a sweet dish at special events. Kheer is a very common dish in Pakistan. It is rich in Carbohydrates. Kheer is not a cousin of the Subcontinent. It is originated from the Muslims kitchens. After that, it introduced in the Subcontinent.

It is a sweet dish at Eid-Ul-Fitar and other special events of Indian and Pakistani Religion. Kheer is a Sanskrit word Khaseera which means “milk”. It is a recipe for rice and milk products. Milk, rice, ghee, sugar, Kesar and almonds are used in this dish. It is classified according to their ingredients, it is either made by rice or Suji. In some regions, the fruit is also used in this dish. In this article, I will completely discuss how to make kheer? Their ingredients and their nutritional value.

Ingredients for Recipe of Kheer:

There are many types of Recipe of Kheer. In this article, I will discuss only Almond Kheer.

Almond:

500 mg Almond (You can also use the amount of almond according to your wish)

Rice:

250 gram (It is most important to maintain the amount of rice and milk because it gives consistency to Kheer)

Milk:

4 Liter (Use healthy and fresh milk for the formation of Kheer)

Green Cardamom:

5-8 pieces (It will enhance taste and gives smell to the Kheer)

Nuts for decoration:

1 to 2 fists (You can use “Sogi”, “Pista”,” Kaju” and Almond for decoration)

Khoya:

200 gram (It will give taste to the delicious sweet dish)

Coconut:

For decoration ( We use small pieces of coconuts )

These are the most important ingredients that are used in Kheer but Fruits and Suji is also used in some region.

Recipe of Kheer:

It has very is processing but it takes time. The formation of Kheer is classified into two phases.

  1. Formation of rice
  2. Boil to milk and formation of kheer

Formation of rice:

Select high-quality rice, and soak it in water for some hours. After two hours, mash to rice. Chock to coconuts and almonds.

Formation of Kheer:

  1. Now boil milk in a deep fan. When the milk starts boiling then add mashed rice in milk.
  2. Now, stirrer it continuously and Add almonds and Cardamom in milk and rice.
  3. When milk becomes thick then adds sugar in this mixture and stirrer continuously till sugar dissolved in milk.
  4. Then add “Khoya” and other ingredients to enhance the taste.
  5. Now Kheer is ready to serve it in serving the dish. Chilled kheer is tasty than hot.
  6. After pouring in a serving dish add Almonds and other ingredients for the decoration of Kheer.

There are many methods but the above method is basic that is basic of every type of Kheer. According to region and season, some peoples add fruits in Kheer. Therefore there are many types of Kheer that are famous with the name of the fruit.

Nutritional value of Recipe of Kheer

As we know the recipe of Kheer is also a milk product. The recipe of Kheer is rich in milk’s nutrients and also rich in carbohydrates. It is rich in calcium and vitamin A and C. It is High calories diet. There is about 280 kcal in one serving of kheer. It also has iron. It is rich in potassium, and potassium is responsible for the treatment of Hypertension. So, It means the Patient of hypertension can also eat “Kheer”. Almost 17% of fat is also present in “Kheer”. It is low in cholesterol. There is only 6% cholesterol present in “Kheer”. 88 mg Sodium is also present in Kheer. But due to the excessive value of Potassium in “Kheer”, it is not bad for hypertension. It is a sweet dish in Muslim and subcontinental houses. So, It is usually a famous dish for the days.


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