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Sevaiyan ki kheer, a very easy to make sweet dish. . . . It is made with minimum ingredients and is worth a try !
Kheer has always been a part of the indian spread. Times have changed, but kheer continues to find a special place in our meal! over time, several variations of kheer have emerged. Here i present a very healthy version, especially for diabetics a dessert made with apples and dates cooked in low fat ....
Paneer kheer, watch your kids lick off this delectable kheer from their bowls, up to the last drop! serve it hot right from the pressure cooker or refrigerate and serve chilled, as per your liking.
Pregnancy is a time to pamper yourself -- because your happiness ensures the baby's happiness and your health ensures the baby's. It is also a period of increased nutrient requirement, essential for the baby to reach its maximum growth potential. This delicious Soya Kheer is a perfect option to plea ....
Can you imagine a festive menu without kheer? Indeed, kheer is very close to our heart and our culture too. Unfortunately, this irresistible treat overshoots healthy calorie limits when cooked richly with full cream milk, nuts and loads of sugar. Bulgur Wheat Kheer is a good way out. By using high-f ....
You all must have enjoyed the traditional Indian kheer. Now try this traditional recipe in my healthy way to satisfy your sweet tooth occasionally. The recipe makes use of fibre rich doodhi and low-fat milk, which is easily available to all the grocery stores.
Makhane, with their interesting puffed appearance are a favourite with everybody, right from children to adults. While savoury snacks using Makhane are a hot favourite, these lotus seeds also lend themselves beautifully to sweet dishes, such as this Makhane ki Kheer. Here, roasted and powdered makha ....
Here is a dessert that combines the fruity punch of strawberries with the rich desi flavour of kheer. Strawberries in chopped and pureed forms give this intensely milky kheer a double boost, while the mild use of spices gives it a very aesthetic flavour. You are sure to relish the unique and thoroug ....
South Indian festival menus are just not complete without Moong Dal Payasam. Considered as one of the most auspicious offerings to God, it is made during most pujas, and is served as the first item on the plantain leaf during a traditional meal. Moong Dal (Pasi Paruppu) Payasam is made by sweetening ....
Paal Payasam is a must-serve item during south Indian festivals, weddings and other auspicious occasions. Made of rice cooked in full-fat milk and sweetened with sugar, this kheer has a very rich flavour and creamy texture, which are boosted further by spices like cardamom and saffron. This South In ....