Kheer is a rice pudding from the cuisine of the Indian Subcontinent, made by boiling rice, broken wheat, tapioca, or vermicelli with milk and sugar; it is flavoured with cardamom, raisins, saffron, cashews, pistachios or almonds. Nowadays we are trying new kheer recipes with different ingredients.
Here, Some Special Payasam or Kheer Recipes.
Pal payasam or rice milk pudding is a very classic Kerala dessert prepared during celebrations and festival seasons. Also paal payasam is a must needed dish in onasadhya / Kerala feast. This is an easy to prepare pal payasam recipe with just three ingredients.
Mixed fruit Vegetable Payasam is my experiment. From this dish kids will get all vitamines from fruits and vegetables. The children who are not willing to eat any vegetables and fruits , we can make this sweet dish and give them. They will love it.
paneer payasam or kheer is a bengali sweet dish called as chennakheer. You will be delighted to see your kids lick of this delectable and protein-rich Paneer Kheer up to the last drop!
carrot payasam or carrot kheer is an easy sweet dessert recipe you can make for any occasion or whenever you want to pamper yourself. One such healthy kheer is commonly referred in South India.
Vermicelli kheer or semiya payasam (pudding) is one of the easiest and tasty payasam. It is a classic Indian dessert prepared with roasted vermicelli.
Payasam prepared with palada (rice ada) is common sweet delicacy prepared in almost all Kerala households during functions.
Parippu Payasam. The favourite desert of the keralites. You cant stop with just one serving. Learn how to make traditional Kerala dessert made with Parippu (moong dal), coconut milk and jaggery.