kheer Archive

  • Bengali nolen gurer payesh or rice pudding with date jaggery / molasses is the most favoured desserts in Bengali homes for any occasions. Ingredients: Milk: 200ml Rice (gobindo bhog) or any fragrant rice: 6 tsp Date jaggery / molasses (crushed) : 1/2 cup Bay leaf: 1 or 2 Cardamom pods: 2-3 Method: Soak the rice (gobindo bhog or dubraj or any fragrant small to medium grain rice in water for 30 minutes. Drain and let it dry for few more […]

    Bengali nolen gurer payesh / rice pudding with date jaggery

    Bengali nolen gurer payesh or rice pudding with date jaggery / molasses is the most favoured desserts in Bengali homes for any occasions. Ingredients: Milk: 200ml Rice (gobindo bhog) or any fragrant rice: 6 tsp Date jaggery / molasses (crushed) : 1/2 cup Bay leaf: 1 or 2 Cardamom pods: 2-3 Method: Soak the rice (gobindo bhog or dubraj or any fragrant small to medium grain rice in water for 30 minutes. Drain and let it dry for few more […]

  • Who doesn’t love rosogolla or rasgulla ? It is perhaps the most wanted and hot favourite sweet not only among the Bengalis but the entire nation loved it. I am sure the foodies / non-foodies alike will agree with me on this. Rasgulla / rosogolla comes in all the sizes but when you gulp down the sweet cheese balls soaked in syrup , it filled you with joy and happiness. A pot full of rasgulla for every occasion. Rosogolla r payesh / rasgulle ki kheer is one of […]

    rosogolla r payesh / rasgulla e ki kheer

    Who doesn’t love rosogolla or rasgulla ? It is perhaps the most wanted and hot favourite sweet not only among the Bengalis but the entire nation loved it. I am sure the foodies / non-foodies alike will agree with me on this. Rasgulla / rosogolla comes in all the sizes but when you gulp down the sweet cheese balls soaked in syrup , it filled you with joy and happiness. A pot full of rasgulla for every occasion. Rosogolla r payesh / rasgulle ki kheer is one of […]

  • Mango is heavenly delicious, irresistibly tempting and when combined with freshly whipped cream, becomes more sinful and charmed every one with its mellow fruity flavour which lingers in memory for a long time. The fruit itself exudes so much warmth and comfort, just like a tropical sunshine, and on a lazy summer afternoon, seeking shade under its green lusty boughs, time just flies away. Mango kheer speaks about the delicious combination of the ripe pulpy goodness of mango and rich creamy […]

    mango kheer – summer is calling

    Mango is heavenly delicious, irresistibly tempting and when combined with freshly whipped cream, becomes more sinful and charmed every one with its mellow fruity flavour which lingers in memory for a long time. The fruit itself exudes so much warmth and comfort, just like a tropical sunshine, and on a lazy summer afternoon, seeking shade under its green lusty boughs, time just flies away. Mango kheer speaks about the delicious combination of the ripe pulpy goodness of mango and rich creamy […]

  • …diwali special recipe… Broken wheat or dalia as  popularly known is highly nutritious because it is enriched with bran and germs, dietary fibers, manganese and is a good substitute for the staple diet of rice. Whether you mix with lentils and seasonal vegetables to make khichadi or pulav and with milk it makes a delicious dessert. Here goes the recipe for broken wheat kheer. Enjoy ! broken wheat kheer Ingredients: Broken Wheat (dalia): 100 gm Milk: 500 ml Clarified butter […]

    diwali recipes – broken wheat kheer

    …diwali special recipe… Broken wheat or dalia as  popularly known is highly nutritious because it is enriched with bran and germs, dietary fibers, manganese and is a good substitute for the staple diet of rice. Whether you mix with lentils and seasonal vegetables to make khichadi or pulav and with milk it makes a delicious dessert. Here goes the recipe for broken wheat kheer. Enjoy ! broken wheat kheer Ingredients: Broken Wheat (dalia): 100 gm Milk: 500 ml Clarified butter […]

  •  Updated: This blog post has been re-edited, re-photographed and re-published with a different title. Orange in milk ? Would not it get curdled ? That was my first reaction when Ma mentioned about something called “Kheer komola“. She makes beautiful payesh, just perfect, the best one and of all the payesh variety she has ever made for the festivals or simple homey occasions, ” kheer komola ” however has never surfaced, until that day. It so happened that one of our family friends had sent us huge crate of oranges from […]

    Orange basundi / kheer komola – Indian dessert

     Updated: This blog post has been re-edited, re-photographed and re-published with a different title. Orange in milk ? Would not it get curdled ? That was my first reaction when Ma mentioned about something called “Kheer komola“. She makes beautiful payesh, just perfect, the best one and of all the payesh variety she has ever made for the festivals or simple homey occasions, ” kheer komola ” however has never surfaced, until that day. It so happened that one of our family friends had sent us huge crate of oranges from […]