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Rice kheer recipe | Chawal ki kheer | How to make kheer

Rice kheer recipe or chawal ki kheer is popularly known as Indian rice pudding in which basmati rice slowly cooked with milk, sugar, and a few dry fruits.This rice kheer is one of the popular kheer recipe in india usually served during most of the festive seasons. In this post, you will learn how to make kheerrice kheer recipe, chawal ki kheer, kheer recipe

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Though there are various kheer recipe available like badam kheer , sabudana kheer, carrot kheer, suji kheer, etc.

Yet, this kheer recipe is one of the simplest and most delicious chawal ki kheer that we usually make at our home by using only a few ingredients.

If you want to know how to prepare kheer for your family then don’t forget to follow below step by step instructions.

 

What is kheer?

Rice kheer recipe or chawal ki kheer is one of the common Indian dessert recipes that is usually made during most of the festive seasons.

Kheer recipe is usually made of only four basic ingredients milk, sugar, rice, and a few chopped dry fruits.

 

Can I freeze rice kheer

Yes,

If you like chilled dessert then keep this rice kheer in the freezer for at least 5 to 6 hours.

 

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What is the difference between rice kheer and phirni

Though rice kheer and phirni made of the same ingredients but the main difference is for making kheer recipe we generally use whole basmati rice but for making phirni we use grounded rice.

 

How to serve kheer

Rice kheer or chawal ki kheer can be served in two ways either as a chilled kheer or as a hot kheer whatever you like the most.

 

Tips to make rice kheer recipe 

 

  • Best rice for kheer : If you want to know which rice is best for kheer then the answer is basmati rice. Because traditionally kheer is made of basmati rice for its beautiful aroma. If you don’t have basmati rice in your pantry you can make it with gobindobhog rice or any type of rice for kheer.

 

  • Rice to milk ratio : For this chawal ki kheer recipe the approximate rice to milk ratio is 1:20, which is 50-gram rice for 1-liter of full-fat milk.

 

  •  Additional Flavors : For enhancing more flavour in rice kheer recipe add a few drops of rose water, some strands of saffron, and a few chopped cashew, almonds, and raisins.

 

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How to make kheer

 

Here the complete preparation of rice kheer is classified into two simple categories,

first one is Preparation for rice kheer recipe,

and

the second one is Slowly cooking chawal ki kheer

so, let’s make it now.

 

Preparation for rice kheer recipe

 

1. At first, for making rice kheer recipe wash the rice thoroughly in running water.

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2. Then soak the rice in water for at least 25 to 30 min.

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Note: While rice is soaking now chopped the dry fruits including cashew nuts, almonds, pistachios, and raisins.

 

Cooking chawal ki kheer

 

1. Now for slowly cooking chawal ki kheer first pour milk into a heavy bottom non-stick Kadai.

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2. Then, bring the milk to boil on a medium to high flame.

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3. While milk is boiling stir continuously which helps to prevent the stickiness of fat at the bottom of the pan.

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4. Now mix soaked basmati rice in this hot milk.

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5. Then cook the basmati rice on medium to low flame for at least 15 to 20 min

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6. Stir continuously until rice becomes 80% cooked.

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7. At this stage, milk becomes half of its quantity.

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8. Now, add 6 to 8 tbsp sugar.

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Note : You can also make rice kheer recipe with milkmaid just replace sugar with milkmaid and follow the rest of the recipe as it is.

 

9. After mixing sugar or milk maid chawal ki kheer will become runny, so gently stir at least 5 to 6 min on low flame until kheer becomes thick.

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10. Also, add 4 to 5 green cardamom powder and mix it with this rice kheer.

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11. After that add 6 to 7 saffron strands and 1 tbsp rose water

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12. Also add some dried fruits including chopped almonds, cashew nuts, pistachios, and raisins.

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13. Now, mix everything and stir on low flame for another 5 to 6 min.

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Note : Turn off the gas at set aside this kheer for cooling down. At this stage, rice kheer becomes a little runny, when kheer completely cools down it will reach its desired consistency.

 

Rice Kheer Recipe Card

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Yield: 3

Kheer recipe | Rice kheer recipe | Chawal ki kheer

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This rice kheer recipe is one of the simplest and most delicious sweet recipes in India, it is also known as chawal ki kheer because it usually made of basmati rice, milk, sugar, and a few dry fruits.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Additional Time 20 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 10 minutes

Ingredients

Rice Kheer Ingredients

  •  1 litre full fat milk or whole milk
  •  50 to 60 gram basmati rice
  •  6 to 8 tbsp sugar
  •  4 to 5 green cardamon powder [elaichi powder]
  •  6 to 7 saffron or kesar
  •  1 tbsp rose water [optional]
  •  1 tbsp chopped almond [badam]
  •  1 tbsp chopped cashew nut [kaju]
  •  1 tbsp chopped golden raisins [kishmish]

Instructions

how to make rice kheer

  1. At first for making chawal ki kheer wash the rice thoroughly in the running water then soak the rice in enough water up to 30 min.
  2. Now in a heavy bottom pan or a deep Kadai pour milk and bring it to boil in a medium to high flame.
  3. When the milk starts boiling stir continuously which helps to prevent the stickiness of fat at the bottom of the pan.
  4. Next, add drained rice and cook in medium to low flame at least 15 to 20 min until rice becomes 80% cook.
  5. Add sugar and gently mix with this kheer and stir at least 5 to 6 min in low flame until kheer becomes thick.
  6. Also, add cardamom powder and mix it with this kheer.
  7. After that add pinch of saffron, rose water, some dried fruits including chopped almonds, chopped cashew nut, and raisins in this kheer.
  8. Mix everything and stir in low flame for another 5 to 6 min.
  9. Turn off the gas at set aside kheer for cool down.
  10. At this stage, rice kheer becomes a little runny, when kheer completely cools down it will reach its desire consistency.
  11. Finally, garnish this rice kheer with freshly chopped dry fruits and raisins and serve as a hot or chilled.

Notes

Rice Kheer Recipe Note

  1. To make rice kheer with jaggery add it after 3 to 4 min when kheer is completed.
  2. To avoid burning of milk use a non-stick heavy bottom wok or Kadai and frequently stir rice and milk mixture in low flame.
  3. To make rice kheer without sugar add sugar-free sweeteners when the kheer is ready.

Nutrition Information

Yield

3

Serving Size

3

Amount Per Serving Calories 2355Total Fat 15gSaturated Fat 7gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 7gCholesterol 36mgSodium 265mgCarbohydrates 509gFiber 5gSugar 207gProtein 43g

Disclaimer: The information shown is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator. It should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist’s advice.

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