Mar 192016
 

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I am already here with my family for the upcoming festival of colours, Holi. Although each day is a festivity when you are with your loved ones but nevertheless something delicious and rich always makes the festival more beautiful and meaningful. I took my Vanilla & Pomegranate cake for my family and at the same time I tried to make this Paneer ki Kheer for my cousins. It was outrageously delicious. I know it sounds weird but trust me it was divine. It tastes just like Ras malai but much more quick and easy. 

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Its a very forgiving recipe. You simply cannot go wrong. You can make this exciting dessert in less than 25 minutes. So if you have some guests coming over make this for them, serve hot or chilled. They will be delighted with this appetizing bowl of kheer. 

Directions:

1. In a wok or heavy bottom pot, boil milk. When it comes to a boil reduce the flame and let it simmer for good 15 minutes or until the milk has reduced and thickened a bit. Do not forget to stir time to time for you don’t want milk to burn from the bottom.

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2. Add sugar to the milk and let it simmer for another 5 minutes.

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3. Also add crushed Cardamom seeds and combine.

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4. Sliver some Almonds and Pistachios and also half cashews. Add these along with raisins to the milk and combine.


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5. Add strands of saffron and rose essence or rose water to the milk for an amazing flavour.


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6. Crumble fresh paneer or cottage cheese with your hands and put it in the reduced milk. If you have fresh chenna or paneer it will be easier to crumble with hands or otherwise you can even grate the paneer.


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7. Let the paneer get cooked with the milk for another 5-7 minutes and then put the flame off. Garnish with Rose petals and serve hot or chilled.

Other Desserts you can try on The Secret Ingredient are:  Apple LapsiKadda PrashadBasbousaCoconut Milk Mango PuddingGram Flour Semolina BallsKaddu Ka HalwaGajar Ka HalwaKesari SeviyanMakhane Ki KheerSooji Halwa , Swang Ke Chawal Ka HalwaSwang Ke Chawal Ki Phirni.

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Paneer Ki Kheer | Cottage Cheese Milk Pudding
Serves 4
A delicate Milk Pudding made with Cottage Cheese or Paneer
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Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
20 min
Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
20 min
Ingredients
  1. 3 cups full fat milk
  2. ½ cup or 50gms crumbled or grated paneer
  3. 6 tbsp sugar
  4. 3 green cardamoms,crushed
  5. 1/4 cup of dry fruit mix of Almonds, Pistachios, Cashews and Raisins
  6. Few strands of saffron or kesar
  7. 1.5 tsp rose water or single drop of rose essence (optional)
Instructions
  1. In a wok or heavy bottom pot, boil milk. When it comes to a boil reduce the flame and let it simmer for good 15 minutes or until the milk has reduced and thickened a bit. Do not forget to stir time to time for you dont want milk to burn from the bottom.
  2. Add sugar to the milk and let it simmer for another 5 minutes.
  3. Also add crushed Cardamom seeds and combine.
  4. Sliver some Almonds and Pistachios and also half cashews. Add these along with raisins to the milk and combine.
  5. Add strands of saffron and rose essence or rose water to the milk for an amazing flavour.
  6. Crumble fresh paneer or cottage cheese with your hands and put it in the reduced milk. If you have fresh chenna or paneer it will be easier to crumble with hands or otherwise you can even grate the paneer.Let the paneer get cooked with the milk for another 5-7 minutes and then put the flame off. Garnish with Rose petals and serve hot or chilled.
Adapted from Veg Recipes Of India
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