How To Make Satvic Kheer At Home | 5 Min Homemade Food Recipe
Satvic Kheer is an Indian Dessert prepared by cooking rice in milk. It is commonly made during festivals, special occasions, or religious ceremonies as a prasad or dessert. This creamy and toothsome dessert consists of simple ingredients and is simple to prepare. With Satvic Foods' Kesari Thandai Mix, your kheer will not only tastes delicious but also adds tons of health benefits to it when served warm.
¼ cup long grain rice (soaked in lukewarm water for 20-30 minutes), 5-6 cups milk, ¼ cup sugar, ¼ cup chopped raisins, cashews, and almonds (slightly roasted in ghee), ½ teaspoon cardamom powder, 4-5 saffron strands, Satvic Food's Kesari Thandai Mix.
Steps to follow
Pour the unaltered milk into a pan and bring it to a boil. Stir occasionally.
Add the soaked rice into the milk after draining the water.
Stir well and scrape the malai from the sides of the pan. The milk will gradually thicken and reduce in quantity.
Cook the rice well for 15-20 minutes. Be careful not to burn it.
Add more milk if required or if you want a thin consistency.
Add sugar and mix well. Slightly mash the rice. It helps to thicken the consistency and gives a creamier texture.
Add the chopped and roasted nuts. You may add the saffron strands here or use them for garnishing your kheer while serving it. Here, you can add 2tbsp of Satvic Foods' Kesari Thandai Mix.
Mix the kheer once again; if there's more malai on the sides of the pan, scrape it off.
Your Satvic kheer is ready to be served.
Tips or Benefits of Kheer
Soaking the rice is important as it becomes easier to cook. It is best to use short-grain rice to prepare kheer as it helps to provide a rich texture. Basmati rice isn't a good option for this. Secondly, if you're avoiding dairy, you can use coconut milk. It will also give way creamier texture. If you avoid eating sugar, you can replace it with jaggery powder, coconut, or brown sugar.