Indian Festival Recipes, Payasam/Kheer Recipes, Raksha Bandhan Recipes

CARAMEL KHEER

Caramel Kheer  is an innovative  dessert that can be made during festivites and celebrations. As Raksha Bandhan is here, I am here today with the easy and tasty kheer  to rekindle the relationship of brothers and sisters. Raksha means “bond of protection” and is celebrated on the full moon day of the Hindu month of Shravana, which falls usually in the month of August.  Any festival would be incomplete with sweets and here I am today with one such recipe. I made this super quick with my new addition in the kitchen. I have with me now Nielep’s cooking ranges.  This  product belongs  to Premium Non Stick range called Selec+ and Nithya’s Kitchen is the proud owner of these cute kitchen ranges. As I was using the product I could see the product’s handles were firm and easy to handle. Even the cleaning was  much easier compared to other products. The exclusive range is even more special due to it’s beautiful rust brown to maroon colour and it was an awesome cooking experience to me as a blogger.

I have happy memories of Raksha Bandhan when as a growing kid, I would buy Rakhi for my younger brother and tie it on his wrist and get gifts in return. Though  we are South Indians, I used to follow the culture as many of my South Indian friends used to celebrate it  in New Delhi. Caramel Kheer is a simplest recipes that can be made within minutes. It involves milk, sugar and just fistful of dry fruits. Let us see how we can make this simple recipe. Wishing you all a very Happy Raksha Bandhan.


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CARAMEL KHEER
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  1. In a kadai add sugar.
  2. It will slowly start melting. Keep on mixing.
  3. It will turn liquidy and give an oragish colour.
  4. Boil Milk.
  5. Add it to the caramel mixture.
  6. Roast the dry fruits in a pan with a little ghee.
  7. Pour it to the Caramel kheer mixture.
  8. Serve hot or chilled.
Recipe Notes

You can add any dry fruits of your choice.

You can add one quater of milkmaid to give a richer taste.

Use full cream milk for best results.

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