Brown sugar will add a brownish tinge to the kheer, giving it a malty taste. Here is a recipe for kheer with brown sugar. How to thicken your kheer? This is one of the most important steps to ensure that your kheer turns out creamy and thick. Simmering the kheer on low heat allows the milk to gradually thicken, resulting in a creamy consistency. It also allows the flavors to blend together and prevents the milk from curdling. Kheer is a traditional Indian pudding made with rice, milk, and sugar, hence the name. It is a one-pot recipe involving cooking the milk and rice.
Ingredients Of Kheer With Brown Sugar
- 1-liter milk
- 2 tbsp basmati rice, washed
- 3/4 cup brown sugar
- 5 cardamoms, grinded
- 1 tsp oil
- 1 cinnamon stick, grinded
- 1 cup almonds, raisins, and cashew nuts, chopped
- In a pan, heat a small amount of milk. Lower the heat and stir in the sugar. When it caramelizes to a dark brown color, add the rest of the milk.
- When milk comes to boil, add rice, stir well, and cook it for 20-25 minutes. Add sugar and cook till it thickens. Stir continually. Add cardamom and cinnamon powder.
- Garnish it with nuts. Serve hot or cold.