With the Indian festive calendar underway, this is the perfect time to indulge in some kheer. Onam and Ganesh Chaturthi Navratri have come to an end. Dussehra and Diwali will soon follow.
The Indian Kheer has a lot of cultural significance in households. This traditional Indian dessert is prepared not only for special occasions but also on lazy weekends when people are looking for simple dishes that can be prepared easily.
Foodies can enjoy this delicious treat at any meal of the day right from breakfast with pooris to a midday snack or a late afternoon.
Some of the kheers that you can try are Apple kheer, Sewaiyan kheer, Sabudana kheer, Matar kheer, and Sugarcane Kheer.
Here are some delicious kheer recipes:
This kheer is loved by all the people across India. It is perfect for festivals and nutritious desserts. Here is the recipe-
Rajgira Ki Kheer, also known as Amaranth Seeds Kheer, is a delectable sweet indulgence that can be consumed during a fast.
Coconut Kheer is cooked without rice using reduced milk, coconut, dry fruits, and nuts. With Onam festivities all around us, you can try this recipe at home.
Phool Makhana Kheer uses milk, puffed lotus seeds, other nuts, and sugar. This simple dessert is made in about 30 minutes with minimal ingredients.