Shahi Khir is a dessert fit for the kings, hence the name. Shahi means rich, royal…The abundance of dry fruits and Panir in this Kheer make it a rich dessert. The textures of the chopped dry fruits, the softness of the paneer, the creaminess of the milk, make for a suprise-in-every-bite-kinda-dessert. Enjoy this deconstructed Ras-Malai at home without all the drama. Prep Time: 10min Cook Time: 30min Serves: 5-6 Ingredients: Whole Milk – 4 cups…"Shahi Kheer Dessert Recipe (Paneer ki Kheer)"
Since there’s never a shortage of Indian festivals, it helps to have simple yet delicious desserts on hand for your family and friends to enjoy. Watch this video for Cracked Wheat Payasam and serve it as a alternative to the Rice Kheer or Sevia Kheer recipe. The richness of the coconut milk and unique sweetness of jaggery make this dessert perfect, even for large gatherings. It’s a great make ahead dessert and can be had…"Cracked Wheat Payasam"
Seviya Kheer or Semiya Khir is one of the easiest desserts and very popular. Simple, sweet and quick to make…hmmm, can’t go wrong with that. A great variation to the Rice Kheer. It is my go-to sweet when I want to make something to warm and comfort my soul or when I need a little pepping up. Sevia Kheer is made at a lot of pujas and festivals. Prep time: 5 min Cook time: 25…"Seviya Kheer"