It’s the quintessential last course of the Indian food. This customary Indian pudding does not simply round off the feast in an event at home, at an eatery, or in celebrations; it is a solace nourishment. Furthermore, this ever well known sweet is additionally much venerated, as it is regularly offered as a “prasad” amid adore.
1. Boil the rice and milk in a deep pan, at a low flame.
2. Stir occasionally till the rice is cooked and the milk becomes thick.
3. Add sugar, raisins and cardamoms when done.
4. Stir until sugar dissolves.
5. Move it into a serving dish and garnish with almonds.
6. Your Kheer is ready to serve.