Saturday, July 24, 2010


At my home we prepare sweets for at least twice a week. Some time my MIL prepares or some time me. Last week on I prepared BADAM KHEER which got over in half an hour and I did not get chance to take a picture of it. Today my FIL has asked me to prepare again the same so this time I took snap of it before serving this. So here is this


Preparation Time-20 min

Cooking Time-30 min

Serves- 4 Persons


Almond (Badam) - 1 cup (soaked in warm water for ½ an hour)

Whole Milk-4 cups

Sugar-1 ½ cups

Cardamom-3-4 (Powdered)

Almond flakes-2 tabs

Raisine-2 tabs

Ghee-1 tsp


• Remove skin of almonds and coarsely grind it.

• If you want you can add little milk also while grinding.

• Now take a heavy bottom pan.

• Add milk in this and bring it boil.

• Once milk starts getting add almond paste in this.

• While steering it add sugar in this.

• Keep steering this till it is thick enough.

• Now add cardamom powder and almond flake in this.

• Take it off from flame.

• Now heat a frying pan and add ghee in this.

• Fry raisin in this and add in kheer.

• Serve chill.


Satya said...

yummy kheer..looks so creamy n delicious...i love it


Puja said...

that looks totally awesome n tempting.. nice recipe ..

Priya Suresh said...

Such a rich and droolworthy kheer..

Umm Mymoonah said...

Looks so yummy, very cooling and soothing dessert after a heavy meal.

Torviewtoronto said...

Sounds delicious

kitchen queen said...

lovely mouth watering and tempting payasam.

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Your Payasam looks so delicious. The rich texture of the milk has added up to the taste of the preparation.

Hamaree Rasoi

Indian Khana said...

Looks the badam payasam

Simplyfood said...

Kheer looks lovely and tasty.Beautiful click.

Padhu Sankar said...

I love cold badam kheer ! yummy!!

Unknown said...

looks yummy !!!

divya said...

Nice to know more about Subashini and the kheer looks delicious.