• Apple Kheer

    August 24, 2020mayurisjikoni

    EVENT: FOODIEMONDAY/BLOGHOP THEME: #261 MILKY WAY  RECIPE: APPLE KHEER This Week’s Theme on FoodieMonday/Bloghop Group: This week, the group has to use milk or its products like yogurt, paneer, milk powder, evaporated milk, condensed milk. If possible the main ingredient has to be milk or its products. This interesting theme, suggested by Swati who blogs…

     
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  • Amaranth Fruity Pudding/ Rajgira Kheer

    October 10, 2016mayurisjikoni

    EVENT: FOODIEMONDAY/BLOGHOP THEME: #61 ST NAVRATRI  RECIPES RECIPE: AMARANTH FRUITY PUDDING/ RAJGIRA KHEER Amaranth Fruity Pudding/ Rajgira Kheer is a healthy, filling, nutritious, creamy pudding that can be enjoyed as a dessert or as breakfast. Loaded with nuts and fresh fruits, it is an absolute treat. When amaranth is cooked with milk or water, it…

     
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  • Fruit & Nut Rice Kheer

    October 22, 2014mayurisjikoni

    FESTIVAL: DIWALI  RECIPE: FRUIT & NUT RICE KHEER What is Kheer? Kheer is a type of pudding from the Indian Sub Continent which is traditionally made from rice, milk, sugar and spices like cardamom, nutmeg, saffron and nuts. Adding spices depends from family to family or region to region. It is served for any festival,…

     
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  • Samo/Moriyo Kheer

    August 29, 2013mayurisjikoni

    EVENT:  FOODIE’S REDOING OLD POSTS #8 RECIPE : SAMO/MORIYO KHEER Samo/Moriyo Kheer is a milk based pudding made using samo/moriyo or what’s commonly called in English as Barnyard Millet. Samo/ Moriyo is one of the most widely used ‘grain’ for fasting days like Ekadashi, Navratri, Ram Navmi, Janmashtami, etc.  What is Kheer? Kheer is a…

     
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  • Sabudana Kheer/ Tapioca Pearl Pudding

    January 5, 2012mayurisjikoni

    What is Sabudana Kheer? Sabudana Kheer is a creamy, delicious, gluten free and rich pudding enjoyed during fasting days or whenever you feel its kheer time. Sabudana is the Hindi name for tapioca pearls. The starch extracted from the tapioca or cassava root. The starch is then processed to make them into round balls.  Sago on…

     
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