Kheer Recipe

Rice Kheer recipe is also known as rice pudding. It is derived from Indian subcontinent cuisine and is popularly consumed in India and Pakistan. Its a... Read More

Kheer Recipe Reviews

This Special Rabdi recipe is very useful for me with the help of it I can simple make it at home and serve my family, I am certain they will cherish it deeply.

Apr 06, 2020 zainab anwar

Almond kheer? never ate such flavor but this sounds so good..need to try.

Apr 19, 2019 kinza Karachi

My mother in law loves to eat gajar ki kheer. I made it for her first time after my wedding from this recipe. She really loved and appreciated it. She is very fond of gajar ki kheer so I usually make it for her. This recipe is a big memory for me and also very special for both of us. Thanks.

Jan 28, 2019 Faiza Faisalabad

Rice Kheer recipe is also known as rice pudding. It is derived from Indian subcontinent cuisine and is popularly consumed in India and Pakistan. Its a traditional dessert that is prepared on special occasions to celebrate happy moments. Pakistani families love to prepare Rice kheer on family dinners, birthday parties, Eid festivals, Eid ul Fitr, Eid ul Adha, Eid e Milad un Nabi, Muslim religious events, and even during Ramadan. Traditionally Chawal ki kheer recipe is served in a small clay pot which is kept in the refrigerator for chilling. Modern Pakistani women also serve Chawal ki kheer in stylish serving bowls to guests and family.
Rice Kheer recipe is cooked with boiled rice, milk, sugar as its main ingredients and is flavored with nuts, cardamoms, raisins, pistachios, almonds, and cashews. In some parts of the world, Chawal ki kheer recipe is also served as a proper meal as well. Kheer has various names in different parts of the world. In some regions it is known as payesh, payasam, payasa, firni, and gil-e-firdaus. There are various versions of Chawal ki kheer in India and Pakistan. In India, Kheer is prepared in entirely different manner in South Indian version, and East Indian version.
A similar dessert, known as firni, is consumed in Iran, Azerbaijan, Afghanistan, and among the Muslim communities of Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh. Firni is slightly different from rice kheer recipe. Firni is made with raw ground rice instead of cooked rice. You can prepare this recipe and serve it when it is cooled down. Garnish your Chawal ki kheer recipe with almonds, raisins, and pistachios.
KFoods provides many kinds of Chawal ki kheer recipe in Urdu and Roman Urdu. Some of the popular variations of kheer include gajar ki kheer, firni, rabri kheer, Chawal ki kheer, and seviyan ki kheer. You can cook any of these variations at home by following the recipe posted online. Rice Kheer recipe from renowned chefs like Shireen Anwar, Chef Asad, Chef Rahat, and Chef Zakir is available online.