Kheer is a traditional Indian dessert made on various occasions
Here we have a unique kheer recipe that you can try at home
It can be a perfect Indian dessert to prepare during Navratri or Diwali
Kheer Recipe: Indian desserts are something that one can never get enough of and are never restricted to just special occasions. A typical dinner in an Indian household also has to end with a spoonful of delectable dessert. Festivals, celebrations or any such occasion is just an added excuse to indulge in sinful treats such as ladoos, halwa or the delicious kheer that seems to be winning the race to be one of the most delicious yet easiest Indian desserts to prepare besides being the most loved. Be it a usual dinner or a festive occasions like Diwali, Janmashtami or Raksha Bandhan, a bowl of kheer can make it even more special.
While we love to indulge in the traditional kheer made with rice, makhana, sabudana or sewaiyan cooked in milk, nuts and sugar, with time many households have started to experiment with a variety of flavours and ingredients in kheer. When it comes to varieties of kheer, pineapple, chocolate, oats, cucumber and apple are just some of the most delicious ones that can be made at home. Here we have a unique yet absolutely delectable kheer recipe that you can try at home during the upcoming festive season of Navratri or Diwali.
For those who love to experiment in the kitchen, paneer kheer served with chopped strawberries is a perfect dessert to try next. We bring you an easy kheer recipe shared by famous YouTube chef Manjula Jain on her YouTube channel 'Manjula's Kitchen'. In this recipe, Manjula cooks milk, cornstarch, sugar and shredded paneer together along with a beautiful strawberry topping that is made with chopped pieces of the fruit, sugar and a tang of lime.
Watch How To Make Paneer Kheer With Strawberry Here:
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