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Kheer is delicious. It's good hot, cold, runny, thick, with cashews, with fresh fruit, with raisins, for breakfast, for dessert, for dinner, lunch... etc. I really love this recipe. :D

And it's super simple to make! So go on, impress people!

Step 1: Ingredients!

Starring:
  • 3 cups milk (any kind you like - whole tastes the best, but 2% is just fine!)
  • 1-2 cups water (to determine the thickness. I normally use 1 cup.)
  • 1 cup condensed, sweetened, milk. (I like using fat free.)
  • 1/2 cup sugar (you might want to try 1/4 cup first if you don't want it TOO sweet)
  • 1 tsp. ground cardamom
  • 1 cup rice (please use jasmine if you have it, it's the best as far as I'm concerned!)

Optional: add-ins!
  • fresh fruit (mango is dreamy)
  • raisins
  • dried fruits (especially apricots!)
  • nuts (I really like cashews in this - that's how it's made at my favorite Indian restaurant!)

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<p>I am a Pakistani &amp; kheer is a one of our traditional dishes. The rice in kheer don't stay in one piece as yours have done so. In kheer, the rice should be so well cooked in milk that you can barely tell that it's rice. </p>
awesome good instructable i put in loads of cardomon and its delicios
Instead of condensed milk try omitting the sugar and adding sweetened coconut milk, it's divine.<br />
I just wanted to tell you I did this the past couple of times and it's amazing!
This sounds lovely, can anyone testify to making it in a rice cooker?<br /> <br /> tx<br /> cj<br />
How much sugar and cardamon-sorry if I missed this-are those peaches you added. it looks goooood. Thanks for the instructabe! Well done!
1/2 cup sugar or less, depending on how sweet you like it, and a teaspoon or cardamom. :) Those are mangoes, but peaches are also really good!
I always have made a rice pudding with leftover rice that was cooked normally (anything from long grain, to specialty rices, to instant rice). I put in 3-4 cups of cooked rice, 2 cans of condensed sweetened milk, and stir over low heat; I then sprinkle cinnamon and nutmeg to taste (usually a teaspoon or three of each). It is great to add raisins to, never tried any other fruits or nuts. It is great hot or cold, as you said... yum!
Definitely try the fresh fruit bit, it's heavenly. :D I never seem to have leftover rice. I always find myself eating it right out of the fridge in the middle of the night.
Wow, a cup of condensed milk, this stuff must be pretty sweet.
It definitely is. but you could always omit the sugar if you needed to. :D
Hey, sounds delicious, I wouldn't change the recipe. I use condensed milk in coffee and tea instead of milk and sugar, tasty tasty.
Looks good! I'll have to try this

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