Kheer is a very delicious Indian dessert delicacy which is usually served at all occasions. The combination of kheer and Mango makes it even more interesting and increases the taste manifolds.
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Step 1: Recipe
Milk – 3 liters (toned or full cream)
Sugar – 1 ½ cup
Soaked Rice – 1 cup
Mango – 2 mangoes
Green Cardamom – 2 pcs
Biscuits (Parle-G or Digestive biscuits) crushed – 1 cup
Soak rice for 30 – 40 min. Cook rice in pressure cooker first. Add milk and on medium flame allow the kheer to cook for 2 hours. Keep stirring the kheer occasionally to prevent sticking at bottom of pressure cooker. Once kheer is little thick, add sugar and crushed cardamom and cook for another 30 – 45 mins. Once kheer is ready as per your desired consistency, allow it cool a little and then keep it in fridge for cooling. Puree the mangoes and keep it in fridge as well. Crush the biscuits. Take pudding glasses and put these crushed biscuits at bottom of glass. Top it with a layer of cold kheer, then layer of mango pureee, again a layer of kheer and then last layer of mango puree. Garnish with sliced almonds and slice of mango. Serve cold.