Saturday, February 11, 2012

Sooji ki kheer


This recipe is not the traditional one..i tried this from a blog foodilicious cooks at work...it tastes like a pudding and is very light on stomach.do try this ..you will simply love this and the best thing is that it takes less than 30mins to make it... i make it at every party i host .
SERVES :8
INGREDIENTS
  1. Sooji 3Tbspn{the one used to make upma)
  2. Milk full fat 1liter
  3. Sweetened condensed milk 400grms(1can)
  4. Cornflour 2Tbspn
  5. Egg 1
  6. Nestle cream 2 cans
  7. Cardamoms 3
  8. Almonds 4 (soaked and sliced thinly)
Method:
  • Boil the milk with cardamoms and simmer.
  • On the other hand as u put the milk to boil...in a seperate bowl beat sweetened condensed milk,corn flour,sooji,egg,nestle cream and vanilla essence with a hand mixer.
  • Now slowly add this to the simmering milk and keep mixing with a spoon to avoid lumps.
  • Keep stirring continously till the kheer thickens.
  • Check the sweetness and add sugar if needed.
  • The kheer should medium thick in consistency.
  • Pour this kheer in a serving dish and refrigirate for minimum 4 hours to set.
  • Serve chilled with almonds.

11 comments:

picture said...

Pretty…
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shirin goel said...

Mouthwatering here, what a terrific and super tempting....
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halal foodie said...

looks very delicious

bwl said...

This is really interesting…
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hyd said...

Yummy!!!!
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Anonymous said...

Asakm anjum, just wondering how much each nestle cream can is weight wise?How many grams I mean? Could you please tell us.

Thanks.

Anjum said...

Nestlé cream or fresh cream400gms in total

Anjum said...

Nestlé cream or fresh cream400gms in total

Anonymous said...

hiee anjum.. for 3 tbspn of suji, the quantity of sweetened milk is 400 grms ??? is it really ok ??

Anjum said...

Yes, for 3 tbspn of suji, use 400Gms of sweetened milk and also 400gms of fresh cream. As you can see in the picture, it becomes thick unlike our traditional Kheer which is more watery..Just try it and you ll make it every time you have party..Goodluck

Anonymous said...

plz update the above info in the recipe so as to avoid confusion. thnk u .