Thursday, August 9, 2012

Millet Kheer

Today most of us will be celebrating Lord Krishna's Janmashtami (birthday) with many savouries and sweets. We Are ready for a weekend trip and i was completely hooked with the bagages and all, instead of making many savouries and sweets, i quickly prepared this healthy and super delicious kheer for the pooja. This kheer will hardly take less than 30 minutes and the complete cooking process will go for pressure cooking. I used as usual condensed milk for making this kheer more delicious and we couldnt stop ourselves having this irresistible healthy millet kheer. Sending this kheer to my own events CWS-Rye or Millet guest hosted by Simona and Healthy Diet- Cooking with Whole Grains guest hosted by Jaya.


1/2cup Millet
1cup Milk
1/2cup Sweetened condensed milk
1tsp Ghee
10nos Cashew nuts
1tsp Cardamom powder
Few Pistachios nuts (chopped)

Pressure cook millet with milk upto 2 whistles..once the steam get released, pour the sweetened condensed milk,  water (as u desire), bring boil everything.

Meanwhile heat the ghee and fry the cashew nuts until they turns golden brown..add to the kheer, put off the stove and finally add the cardamom powder.

Serve warm topped with chopped pistachio nuts.

40 comments:

  1. Priya, i am loving the fact that you are incorporating high fiber ingredients in delicious recipes... good work...

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  2. Delicious and never tried Millet kheer!

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  4. Fingerlicking Millet Kheer....
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  5. So Delicious Priya, nice presentation too

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  6. healthy and super delicious Kheer.

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  7. looks perfect.. tempting click..

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  8. You are making use of all the healthy ingredients in modern dishes. Love it.

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  9. very healthy and yummy kheer..inviting clicks!!!
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  10. nice way to blend millet in kheer...nice

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  11. On a toujours d'agréables surprises quand on te rend visite.
    Un dessert plein de parfums. J'aime beaucoup.
    A bientôt

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  12. delicious and yummy !!! Join in Fast Food Event - Noodles .

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  13. delicious and yummy !!! Join in Fast Food Event - Noodles .

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  14. looks fabulous... i bought some millets with me this time from india.

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  15. What kind of millet did you use Priya? Bajra or Ragi

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  16. Kheer looks delicious and healthy option....lovely recipe..

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  17. Priya this looks divine,never tried this before,thanks for sharing dear,will surely try this.

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  18. This is wonderful, healthy and yum!

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  19. healthy and yummy kheer...Hope you had a healthy b'day as well dear Priya..Love,

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  20. Lip smacking Nutritious Drink Priya:)

    Keep up your good work Dear....

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  21. that looks divine priya..I might make this week!
    Tasty Appetite

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  22. So healthy, and delicious. Nice combination with the millet, and the kheer:)

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  23. very interesting kheer.....never tried with millet...

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  24. Very interesting kheer, looks delicious!!

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  26. @Kanada Cuisine, its fox tail millet.

    Thanks friends.

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  27. Looks so delicious Priya !!


    Cheers,
    Sharanya
    Sharans Samayalarai
    www.vigsha.blogspot.com

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  28. Perfect kheer recipe, I love the taste and texture of millet, will try this soon

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  29. Perfect looking kheer, I love the taste and texture of millet, will try this soon.

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  30. Looks super - I love millet too!

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  31. I love the photo and am sure the kheer was lovely. Thanks for another nice contribution to Cooking with seeds.

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