Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Besan kheer recipe | Easy Kheer recipes

Besan kheer

Besan kheer | kadalamaavu payasam is a creamy and nutty flavored payasam | kheer with besan, ghee, milk and sugar as the main ingredients. The slow roasting of besan in ghee, as we do for besan ladoo, emits a nice nutty flavour and adds a nice flavour to the kheer. A quick and easy kheer recipe which you can make during Navaratri  neivedhyam and also serve for guests. Check out my complete collection of Navaratri recipes.   These cute bowls are gifted by my blogger friend anu, she sent this through her sister who stays nearby my house.
The besan kheer tasted very nice after it was kept in the refrigerator for 4-5 hours.
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Besan kheer recipe

  Preparation Time : 5 mins | Cooking Time : 40 Mins |Serves: 3-4

     Besan | kadalai maavu   3 tblsp
     Milk    3 cups
     Water  1 cup
     Ghee   1 tblsp
     Cashew nuts  5
     Chironji | sara paruppu   few (optional) 
     Sugar  3-4 tblsp
     Saffron  a pinch
     Cardamom powder  a pinch
     


Besan kheer
Method:
  • In a pan add ghee and roast the cashew nuts and chironji (if adding). 
  • Once they turn golden brown take out the nuts and keep aside. 
besan kheer 1
  • In the same pan add besan | kadalaimaavu and roast this in a low flame till it emits a nice aroma and the besan turns golden brown colour. 
  • Be careful not to get this burnt.
besan kheer 2
  • Switch off the flame. 
  • Add 1 cup of water to this .
besan kheer 3
  • Whisk this without any lumps. 
besan kheer 4
  • Add 3 cups of milk to this and switch on the flame. Allow this to boil and for 25 minutes . Stir it frequently. 
besan kheer 5
  • Soak a pinch of saffron in 1 tblsp of  warm milk for 5 minutes and then add it  to the boiling kheer.
besan kheer 6
  • Add sugar after 20 minutes.  Mix well and boil.
besan kheer 7
  • Add the roasted nuts and cardamom powder.
besan kheer 8
  • Mix well. Switch off the flame.
  • Serve besan kheer chilled. 
Besan kheer
Notes:
  1. The kheer tends to get thicker once chilled.
  2. You can add sliced badam to it in the last. 
  3. Roasting the flour gets rid of the raw smell of the flour, so do not skip it.
  4. Roast it well to enhance the flavour of the kheer. 
  5. You can add condensed milk too in the last. In that case reduce the sugar.
       
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4 comments:

  1. looks fabulous beautiful pictures

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  2. I am wonderstuck with your receipe index.Jeyashri, you ought to be praised.

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