Kheerni is thickened milk with Cardamoms, Saffron and a number of rich mild spices. Basically it is the Indian version of rice pudding. But here we will be adding Sabudana instead of rice. Kheerni can be made of Rice, Semiya or Sabudana.



Ingredients (Serves 2)
250 gms half and half cream (10% milk) or Whipping Cream (35%)
250 gms milk (I used 2%)
1 tsp cardamom powder or 2 cardamom pods
1/4 cup Sabudana
1/4 cup sugar (reduce or add more sugar according to taste)
3 tablespoons blanched slivered almond

Method

  1. Wash the sabudana in a sieve, under running water. Keep Aside to let the water drain completely.
  2. Pour the cream and 2% milk into a wide and thick pan.
  3. Add the cardamom pods/powder and bring to a boil without letting the milk spill over.
  4. Quickly turn heat to medium.
  5. Add the sabudana slowly into the pan, stirring occasionally.
  6. Add the sugar.
  7. Stir now cook on medium heat for about 45 minutes or till the sabudanas are cooked and the kheerni thickened. Keep stirring occasionally.
  8. Add the almonds. Serve hot or cold


This is my contribution to the Think Spice Event hosted by Sunita of Sunita's World. I chose Cardamom, I love cardamom flavour and smell in sweets and we always make sure to add some in our tea everyday.



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18 comments:

Bhawana said...

di I never made this b4 but just looking at the pic my mouth started wtareing. very tempting. Next time I am going to make this for sure. probably this weekend. perfect... :)

Uma said...

delicious kheerni Medhaa! Love the beautiful texture.

shriya said...

Absolutely yummy and beautiful presentation ,really mouthwatering kheerni.

Priti said...

Looks real yum..picture is so gud..and you got the perfect creamy colour..

Cham said...

Creamy looking kheerni!

notyet100 said...

this looks so delish...:-)...nice click too

Kitchen Flavours said...

Mouth watering. Creamy and nice color. Almonds are tempting.

VEGETABLE PLATTER said...

looks lovely .. have never had them before .. the pic is amazing

Jayashree said...

Looks really thick and creamy.

Alka said...

Hmm really SWEET color and inviting texture..my father loves this loves this and my sis like sooji kheerni...but my hubby prefers sevaiyaan kheerni..and i ...(wish i could enlist paanipuri ka paani here)he he he he;-)

Paru ... said...

Kheer looks very rich and delicious..Nice recipe...

dindintonight said...

Kheer looks yummy. I love the texture.

Mona said...

The looks rich and creamy, perfect! We make Kheer out of Sweet potatoes and various other vegetables too. Love Kheer.

Medhaa said...

Thank you so much every one, it was really creamy and nice.

Alka I guess you will get Pani Puri water instead thats ok...:)

FoodyGuru (Srimathi) said...

Sabudhana kheer is my fav. Yours looks so rich and creamy. YUm

farida said...

Looks so good! It reminds me of Firni we make in Azerbaijan.Yum!

sunita said...

Thank you for the lovely entry...the kheerni looks delish :-)

Shubha said...

The khirni sounds amazing medha.... first time to ur blog... its a nice one...:) will try it sometime...:D

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