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29-06-2012, 01:01 PM
Nazriena Ismail
slmz I'm looking for a creamy kheer recipe

29-06-2012, 01:03 PM
Sabiha SaBz Ally Ingredients: cup Rice
1 ltr Milk
4 Tbsp sugar
tsp cardamom powder
cup sliced almonds and cashew nuts/ pista’s
2 Tbsp raisinsMethod:Boil milk in a saucepan, add rice, cardamom powder, raisins and quantity of sliced almonds and cashew nuts, bring 1 boil and reduce the heat to medium. Cook until it becomes thick and creamy, stir continuously.
Add sugar and cook for 5 minutes.

Somayya Motala Add fresh cream or nestle cream to make the kheer creamy

Varsh Roma Naidoo What rice is the best one to use?

Natasha Sass Basmati rice is best. Add condensed milk, coconut milk and tin cream to the kheer for that creamy taste.

Farzana Khan U can also add a few scoops of vanilla ice cream!add the ice cream at the end wen the kheer is ready! Makes it nyc n creamy n very tasty!

Maseeha Jeewa Kheer :1 litre milk 1/4 cup vermecilli crushed .4 tablespoons milk masala .1/4 cup badaam crushed .l/4 tsp tsp ground elachi .cook milk on medium heat for 2 hours or more add 1/4 cup sugar if less more can be added until sweet ,1 tin ideal milk if u have will make it creamy enjoy .remember add more sugar and badaam dessicated coconut 2or 3 tblsp can be added if u like .
Boil one cup rice until very soft and add in for kheeraj

Shereen Van Dorsen mix together milk, condensed milk, ideal milk, nesle cream, fine badaam, semolina, fine elachi, sugar if req, whisk together put on stove bring to boil stirring continuously it,s divine never flops and very creamy even the colour

Soomaiyah Saloojee Olla ‎1/2 cup white rice (boil until mushy), process in mini food processor. Add to 2l pre-boiled milk, continue to simmer in a non-stick pot until thickish. Add 1 tin beaten nestle cream (big tin if you want it creamier), 1/2tsp ground elachie, 1-2 tbsp rose water, slivered almond (min 2 tbsp), 1 tbsp dessicated coconut. Lastly add 1 tin condensed milk (be careful now, kheer can scorch easily at this point) - add more sugar as required to taste.