Kheer recipes collection– collection of 10 easy and delicious kheer recipes for diwali. These payasam recipes are quick and easy to make with few simple ingredients. You can make these kheer recipes easily with in 30 minutes for sudden guests. You can also serve these payasam as dessert in birthday parties, celebrations too.
Kheer is typically an Indian sweet pudding made usually made with rice, milk and sugar. Kheer is the north Indian counterpart of payasam, quintessential south Indian dessert. There are many recipes for kheer and payasam across India. Here I have compiled the recipes that I have blogged so far.
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Indian Kheer Recipes
Rice Kheer– the most popular kheer recipe from north India made with basmati rice,full fat milk and sugar. You can add your favorite flavor like saffron, rose or kewra in this kheer.
Phirni– Phirni is a chilled sweet dessert simialr to kheer and here I have made it in mango flavor.
Paal payasam– This is the most favorite and rich dessert made in Tamil nadu for all festivities. paal payasam is made with raw rice, full fat milk and sugar or jaggery. You can also make this with coconut milk.
Thengai arisi payasam– an easy and economic dessert that you can make for a crowd quickly with coconut and raw rice as main ingredients.
Sabudana kheer– One more popular and delicious kheer recipe across India using sabudana or sago pearls as main ingredient. This kheer is known as javvarisi payasam in Tamil nadu.
Mango sago kheer– This is an easy and quick variaition of sabdana kheer with fresh mango pulp.
Apple kheer– Quick and easy to make kheer that requires minimum cooking. This apple kheer can be made in 10 minutes and 4 ingredients.
Carrot kheer– One of the easiest and quickest kheer that we make often. Carrot kheer is one of the best ways to include some carrots in your diet.
Badam kheer– If you are looking to make a delicious and rich kheer with minimum effort then badam kheer is your best bet. You can even add rice or sago to make in large volume.
Beetroot kheer– This is a delicious no cook beetroot kheer that you can also serve as milkshake.