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Kheer: 4 Steps Recipe for Sweet and Keen Dish


Sweet dish of Rice cooked with milk. The Kheer feels like home to Nepali people. Growing up with the taste of The sweetest pudding built the childhood memories of the celebration.

First things first. I would want to be that child jumping around the kitchen cheering for the bubbling Kheer on the stove.

How To Cook Kheer?

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The magic from our mother’s hand goes right into the Kheer Pudding to make it so special. Can’t say that we can win to the magic of our mother’s. Still, let’s try it out.

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Ingredients for Kheer

Kheer: 4 Steps Recipe for Sweet and Keen Dish
  • Milk- 1.5 liters
  • Rice- 1 Cup
  • Cashews- 2 tablespoons, halved
  • Raisins- 2table spoons
  • Almonds- 2 tablespoons
  • Peanuts- 2 tablespoons
  • Coconut Powder- 2 tablespoons
  • Butter/Ghee- ½ cup
  • Cardamom- 1 tablespoon
  • Sugar-  Recommended 1-2 Tablespoons but Depends on your taste 
  • Cloves-5 pieces

Steps for Preparing Kheer

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The magic of Mother’s hand and the memories.

Step 1 Heat and Mix

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Take a pot and keep it over a medium heat. Melt some ghee or butter and Cook the rice in it.

Step 2 Pour that Milk

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After the rice is cooked with the Ghee, pour the milk over it, and stir it well for some time.
The Milk starts to boil and thickens with the Rice.

Step 3 Add the Dry Fruits

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Add your favored amount of sugar, along with other dry fruits.

Step 4 What are you waiting for? Dive in

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Now, cook until it all mixes up and becomes thick Pudding.
Then Serving it, have the best taste of the magic.

Before You End This Article

Kheer: 4 Steps Recipe for Sweet and Keen Dish

It is called Pudding if you hadn’t eaten kheer before. If you hadn’t then it is an extraordinary and impossible thing to be. But still, good thing, you can taste it now and fall in love with this pudding recipe and its taste.

Kheer is considered a tasty and a religiously important part of the traditional belief. It is a sign of good luck and nutritionally valued food. All the traditional and ceremonies menu has this dish prepared and ready as Prashad. Hindu Festivals and occasions like Teej, Pujas all have this dish as the main highlight exciting the children and the adults all alike.

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