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Collection of Kheer recipes


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113 Kheer Recipes, Collection of Kheer Recipes

Kheers and Phirnis are rich and creamy desserts made by slow-cooking milk till it thickens. This thickened milk is flavoured with spices, perked up with dry fruits, or sometimes even innovatively boosted with chopped fruits. Let us explore some famous options like the Poha Phirni, Paneer Kheer and Makhane ki Kheer . Learn how to make kheer with this step by step photo recipe and video. Also, you can find kheer recipes in hindi here!

The most famous traditional favourite kheer recipe in India is Rice Kheer which is made for special occassions like weddings in the South. Then there is alo the South Indian Kheer, Paal Payasam where there is a long queue at the Kerala temples for this prasad. We also have the Quick Rice Kheer. In Hyderabad they make Hyderabadi Lauki Kheer with mini Rasgullas


You can also make fruity kheer variants like the Mango Kheer, Strawberry Kheer using seasonal fruits and other unique kheer like Orange Kheer, Seb ki Kheer.

An interesting version of kheer, which is this boondi payas in which sweet boondis are used to thicken and flavour the milk. It is important to remember to cool the milk completely before you add the boondi so that the boondi stays whole. If you add it into hot or warm milk it is sure to disintegrate giving you a besan flavoured rabdi.

If you are looking for a sweet dish to eat while fasting then this Sabudana kheer recipe will surely come handy!

You will find a large collection of 100 Kheer recipes to enjoy. Look below for our other Indian Sweet articles. 
65 Barfi Recipes
139 Basic Desserts Recipes
417 Fruit Based Desserts Recipes
243 Desserts Dry Fruit Flavours Recipes
111 Halwa Recipes
138 Ice-Cream Recipes
60 Mousse Recipes
107 Peda Laddoo Recipes
137 Puddings Recipes
496 Traditional Indian Mithai Recipes

Happy Cooking!


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Recipe# 40425
08 Oct 15

 
 by Neevkanak
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Tasty Coconut Kheer, wE usually make it in diwali. The combined taste of coconut and khoya gives the kheer a good taste and a special festive flavour.
Recipe# 40458
21 Oct 15

 
 by sbhatter05
No reviews
You can prepare Sabudana Kheer with either of the quality of Sabudana's. Large Grains of Sabudana makes better Kheer as compared to small grains. Today we will prepare Sabudana Kheer, which you can serve after faraal as a dessert
Recipe# 40460
22 Oct 15

 
 by kullabaski
No reviews
Gud ka Kheer, good to serve during the Nav Durga Celeberations. The kheer is made with moong and rice and is sweetened with jaggery instead of sugar.
Recipe# 40502
14 Nov 15

 
 
by sakuntala
No reviews
A diet rich in protein and vitamin D contributes to bone health.They are an abundant source of proteins, vitamins, minerals and dietary fiber. provide fast and instant energy, regulate and improve bowel movements, stabilize blood sugar levels, and slow down the aging process, while also providing an ....
Recipe# 38015
09 Mar 13

 
 by Renu's Kitchen
No reviews
So tasty and delicious sweet recipe, mix khoya and nuts kaju also they are give a creamy taste. This sweet will like people very much.
Recipe# 38114
02 Apr 13

 
 by Arviner kaur
No reviews
With the delicious dilemma of carrots and milk a nutritious Indian dish of GAJJAR KI KHEER is made. an very easy and tasty recipe for the the effort saving people,especially during winters.
Recipe# 38721
23 Aug 13

 
 
by Nupurs UK Rasoi
No reviews
This moong daal payasam is one such healthy dessert, which i can eat anytime. For those who haven't tried any south indian payasam made of dal yet, this is a very good dish to start with. Easy to make and deliciously rich in taste.
Brown Rice Kheer
Recipe# 38723
24 Aug 13

 
 by Nupurs UK Rasoi
No reviews
Brown rice is way healthier than white rice. When making rice based desserts use brown rice for healthier option. The taste is a bit nutty and harder than the white rice. Brown rice has a tough layer and so it softens slower than the white rice. Please dont compare it with the mushiness of white ri ....
Recipe# 38801
16 Sep 13

 
 by damyantiben
No reviews
A fiber and calcium rich low calorie rabdi...Can be enjoyed as it is or serve it as a dip with sweet chilla or sweet debra or top it on gulab jamun or rasgulla.
Recipe# 31708
23 Jan 09

 
 
by Foodie#436548
No reviews
Soak the broken wheat in milk for half an hour before you start to get more taste.
very healthy food for babies and children also.
Recipe# 39029
30 Nov 13

 
 by Radha Hoizal
No reviews
Unlike kheer this sweet recipe can be enjoyed anytime.The sweetness and flavour imparted by the white chocolate makes it all the more pleasing to the palate.
Recipe# 39075
24 Dec 13

 
 by Foodie #606537
No reviews
Sticky rice pudding is a traditional kheer like sweet. Simple fruity sweet dish with a creamy texture and coconut flavour. Served garnished with nuts is a connoisseur’s delight.
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Kheer
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 on 03 Jan 18 03:49 PM


woow looks yummy,am not an indian but india is one of my favourite,and this kheer of yours is superb. I LOVE IT!!!
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Tarla Dalal    Happy to know you have liked the recipe.. Do try more recipes and give us your feedback.. Happy Cooking!!
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04 Jan 18 08:54 AM