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Rice Pudding Day -- 3 Yummy recipes to tempt your fussy eater

Priya Mankotia
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Rice Pudding Day 3 Yummy recipes to tempt your fussy eater

Most of us relish a good bowl of Kheer – hot or cold, it is comforting and delicious! Did you know that rice pudding, known as Kheer in India, is loved and prepared in other countries as well? Depending on the country, it can be a dessert or a pudding, eaten hot or cold, boiled or baked! There are so many variations for this versatile dish, and our Proparent blogger Priya Mankotia shares 3 great recipes for rice pudding. So go ahead - try one of these, and make your family happy on this Rice Pudding Day! 1. Priya's recipe for the beloved Indian Kheer – read on to find out 2. Turkish style baked rice pudding – exotic and oh-so-simple –you'll truly be surprised! 3. American style rice pudding – a classic American dessert, baked deliciousness! So read ahead for these recipes….and Bon Appétit!


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Kiran Pawa

| Sep 01, 2017

You can ask if there is any query

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Kiran Pawa

| Sep 01, 2017

I would like to share this recipe with you parents as this rice pudding can be given to a 1 year old child. It serves as a one time complete meal. INGREDIENTS FOR INDIAN STYLE RICE PUDDING 1. ) 1/2 cup rice 2. ) 1. 5 L milk 3. ) 2 cups sugar 4. ) 1/4 top. ground cardamom 5. ) nuts (optional) 6. ) A few saffron strands soaked in 2 tsp. milk METHOD FOR INDIAN STYLE RICE PUDDING 1. ) Soak rice for 2-3 hours. Grind it to a fine paste. Keep milk for boiling. Boil till it changes colour to a bit cream. 2. ) Mix the rice paste with cold milk (just like custard) and add to the boiling milk while stirring continuously. See that no lumps are formed. 3. ) Cook for some time till the rice is cooked. The pudding will begin to thicken as rice gets cooked. Add the sugar and green cardamom powder. Stir and mix well till the sugar melts. Cook for 5-7 mins more. 4. ) Pour into glass bowl. Sprinkle saffron water. Decorate with crushed almonds. Chill and serve. Nuts can be avoided for toddlers if they are unable to eat.

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Kiran Pawa

| Sep 01, 2017

nice recipes. .but I make rice pudding in a different way.... and its purely veg

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Rajashree Pattnaik

| Aug 10, 2017

Nice recipes, thank you for sharing

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Canisha Kapoor

| Aug 10, 2017

Hey these are interesting recipes. Thanks for sharing. Also like Lakshmi said my child is also not into sweets so can we have a recipe of varieties of rice savoury dishes.

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Jyoti khatri

| Aug 10, 2017

nice

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Lakshmi Sarvani

| Aug 10, 2017

my child not like to eat sweet tastes.. pichh.. receipies are good..

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Rutuja Yadav

| Aug 10, 2017

interesting..

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Dora Ferns

| Aug 10, 2017

the Turkish style n American style seem interesting... Thnx for sharing

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Sarita Singh

| Aug 10, 2017

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Nidhi Dixit

| Aug 10, 2017

very nice

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puloma pandey

| Aug 09, 2017

Intresting blog, never thought of so many variation of rice . I am going to try these and for sure my baby will love to have these. Thanks for the blog .

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