RAVA KHEER

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A simple yet delicious dessert which can be served hot or chilled. Simple ingredients, simple recipe, instant and final result is super tasty dessert. Coming Festival season try this super quick and tasty sweet ..

Before 3 -4 yrs , When I heard about this sweet , I could not believe it can taste sooooo yummy. I thought to try for 2 servings. I tried and I am speechless… Its a divine dessert. Since then it has became favourite kheer in family.. 

When guest arrive without prior notice or if some sweet craving at odd times, this is perfect dish to make. One can enjoy hot or chilled depends on mood and climate 🙂 🙂 

 

So lets see the detailed recipe…

INGREDIENTS:

  • 1 tsp Ghee
  • 4 tsp Rava (semolina , coarse grind)
  • 4 cup Milk
  • Sugar, as per taste
  • Cashew nuts, half or roughly chopped
  • Almonds, roughly chopped 
  • Saffron Strands
  • 1/2 tsp Cardamom Powder
  • 1/4 tsp Nutmeg Powder
  • Few Pistachio 
  • Few Charoli / Chironji

METHOD:

In a pan take ghee and roast cashew nuts , when it start turning golden add rava and chopped almonds and keep roasting. Roast till rava release a tempting aroma and turn golden pink..

Now add Milk, Cardamom –  nutmeg Powder, saffron strands, sugar .. Cook for 4-5 mins. Don’t boil much else the Kheer will be very thick .Switch off the gas. Garnish with Chiroli / Chironji..

Serve hot , warm or chilled.
Hope you all will like this sweet. Would love to listen from all of you. 

Happy Cooking 😀😀

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  1. Delicious looking pudding/dessert. I had to translate the ingredient ‘rava’ to semolina but I’m curious as to the relative grind of the semolina. There are different degrees such as coarse, fine, very fine available. I use the fine version to make pasta and a type of pudding which I use to fill phyllo. Based on the pictures you posted, I think it’s a coarse grind.

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