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7.09.2010

Vermicelli Kheer


Good Morning :) Today's recipe to be learnt is the most famous and favorite of all I can say "Vermicelli Kheer" :) I made it long back and took pictures of it, but posting it now.I know it is a common recipe and everybody knows to make it. But still I want to post it as my enthusiasm level is high these days to post recipes here and articles on my personal blog too. :) :)

Taking you towards the making of Kheer:

Ingredients (Serves 7-8 glasses of kheer)

Around 2 cups of Vermicelli
7-8 tsp of sugar (you can add more or less based on what you require)
1 tsp of ghee
1/2 a liter of milk
2 tbsp sweetened milkmaid (optional)
Saffron (Kesar) strands (for coloring)
1 tsp Cardomom seeds
Cashewnuts and dried grapes for garnishing (You can add how much ever you like)




Note: You can add coconut milk and jaggery instead of milk and sugar. It becomes even more tasty.

Method

Take 1 tsp ghee in a vessel and roast the vermicelli for only 5 minutes on a medium flame.


It should be just about to turn brown. (Lightest brown color)


Then add the milk to the vermicelli.


Let it come to a boil. Keep it on a low flame.

After it starts boiling add sugar, milkmaid, cardomom seeds.


Keep stiring it so that the vermicelli doesn't stick underneath in the vessel.

When the vermicelli boils it will be soft.

In the mean time put 2 tsp of hot water to the saffron strands and keep it aside.


Now roast the roasted cashews, dried grapes with 1 tsp of ghee and add it to the kheer.

Add saffron water to the kheer and mix well.

The kheer needs to be served hot :)


So that is your kheer :)
Take care :) Till I write. :)

Happy cooking :)

11 comments:

  1. Hi Pratiba,
    Thanks for visiting my blog. You have a nice set of recipes here. As much as the kheer is a common recipe, everyone has their own different ways of making it and thats why food blogging is so incredibly fun and interesting. So dont think twice about posting a recipe:)
    Im a newbie to the world of blogging as well..hope 2 see more recipes.

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  2. Kheer looks delicious....my favorite...

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  3. Thanks for visiting and joining in my site dear, this is my favorite...looks great.....

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  4. Hi the kheer is very delicious and tempting.Thanks for visiting my blog and giving a lovely comment.You r always welcome.you too have a nice blog.

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  5. Rich,creamy n delicious delight....mmmm mouth watering.
    Do drop in sometime to my blog

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  6. Hi
    New to your space.Liked your blog alot and would love to follow you.

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  7. Hey Pratibha, nice to see Semiya payasa here. Nice step by step pics for learners. You have a nice blog space here. :)

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  8. Thanks for visiting my blog and your lovely comment, lovely payasam, great

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  9. Kheer looks tempting and yum ! First time here you have a lovely space....

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  10. Kheer looks so delicious..rich and creamy...my favorite too.

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  11. Looks yum and all time fav :)

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