Monday, November 22, 2010

Makhane Ki Kheer (Lotus seed Kheer / Fox Nut Pudding)





Ingredients:
Milk – 5 cups
Makhane (Lotus Seeds) – 1 cup
Vermicelli – 1/4 cup
Sugar – 3 tbsp
Nutmeg powder -  1/8 tsp
Saffron strands – few dissolved in milk
Ghee – 1 tsp



Method:
1) Heat ghee in a pan, add the makhane and sauté till they are crisp.
2) Remove from the fire and crush them slightly.
3) Roast the vermicelli and keep aside. Heat the milk in a non-stick pan and allow it to boil.
4) Add the makhane and vermicelli and allow it to simmer for 15 minutes .




5) When the kheer is of creamy consistency add the sugar, nutmeg and saffron strands.Mix well and remove from the flame.
5) Garnish with chopped cherries and pista.Serve chilled.


33 comments:

  1. Sounds totally new to me..looks and sounds gud

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  2. Irresistible Pudding! Simply lovely ;)

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  3. Beautiful pictures and a very delectable dessert

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  4. Very nice dish, Like beautiful presentation

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  5. Totally new dish..looks super delicious dessert,lovely

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  6. My family favorite..very beautiful n elegant!

    US Masala

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  7. Thats a droolworthy kheer, looks fabulous and elegant..

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  8. looks so delicious n yummy one. very new to me.:)

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  9. Looks so colorful and yummy,very tempting keer.

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  10. Never heard or tasted this before..It looks extremely yummy!!

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  11. Hi first time here....never heard of this before....it looks yummy.....wonder where in kerala one gets lotus seeds...any idea???. Do visit my blog too..

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  12. @ Nish Homey

    You can get it from supermarkets,Food bazaar.

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  13. Very beautiful...it sounds really delicious..

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  14. looks so delicious and lovely pics

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  15. looks so yum, I made this but never posted!

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  16. yummy.....new one!!!

    BTW this is my first visit...quite a nice blog u have !!!

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  17. This is new to me..but looks delicious..

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  18. Wow, beautifully presented and I love the addition of adding vermicilli to it. I noticed that you have linked it to my Bookmarked Recipes event. But, this post, doesn't mention anything about the event or where/when you bookmarked or anything of that sort. Did you link it by mistake?

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  19. That looks absolutely amazing!

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  20. Also dear, I just wanted to make sure that you posted it on a Tuesday as your post date says Nov 22nd and not 23rd. Please do confirm.

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  21. Also, I had to delete one of your links, as the title said "Dill/soya leaves Fritters", but the link was this same kheer link. Please let me know if you have one other that you want to link.

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  22. what a colorful and yummy looking kheer!

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  23. Thanks 4 dropping by my blog.you have such a nice place here with irresistible recipes and super yummy clicks..following u from now on..drop by me again when u have time

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  24. What a wondrful and beautiful dish to link up to My Meatless Mondays. Thanks so much for sharing with us.

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  25. This is absolutely new for me and they look brilliant, thanks by stopping by my blog and for ur kind words of appreciation :)

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