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Badam Ki Kheer

Badam Ki Kheer

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Badam Ki Kheer Badam Ki Kheer In South Asia, Badam Ki Kheer is prepared and eaten on almost every festival. It is considered a holy dessert and used as a part of Bhog/Prasad. The dish is also consumed at Muslim weddings and prepared on the feasts of Eid ul-Fitr and Eid ul-Adha. A similar dessert, variously called fir-ni, phir-ni or phir-nee, is eaten among the Muslim community of North India, and also in Pakistan, Iran, and Afghanistan. Today, restaurants offer fir-ni in a wide range of flavors including apricot, mango, fig, saffron and custard apple.
Badam Ki Kheer Badam Ki Kheer In South Asia, Badam Ki Kheer is prepared and eaten on almost every festival. It is considered a holy dessert and used as a part of Bhog/Prasad. The dish is also consumed at Muslim weddings and prepared on the feasts of Eid ul-Fitr and Eid ul-Adha. A similar dessert, variously called fir-ni, phir-ni or phir-nee, is eaten among the Muslim community of North India, and also in Pakistan, Iran, and Afghanistan. Today, restaurants offer fir-ni in a wide range of flavors including apricot, mango, fig, saffron and custard apple.

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Badam Ki Kheer:Badam Ki Kheer
In South Asia, Badam Ki Kheer is prepared and eaten on almost every festival. It isconsidered a holy dessert and used as a part of Bhog/Prasad. The dish is also consumed at Muslimweddings and prepared on the feasts of Eid ul-Fitr and Eid ul-Adha. A similar dessert, variously called fir-ni, phir-ni or phir-nee, is eaten among the Muslim community of North India, and also in Pakistan, Iran,and Afghanistan. Today, restaurants offer fir-ni in a wide range of flavors including apricot, mango, fig,saffron and custard apple.
Badam Ki Kheer recipe byChef Asad.
 Mostly made of almonds, fresh cream and milk, the Badam kheer is very scrumptious and fulfilling verycommon and use in Ramadan its very easy to make in ifftar time Ramadan recipes badam ki kher.
 Badam Ki Kheer:Ingredients:
 
1 packet of peeled and sliced alomonds
 
4 cups sugar (more according to taste)
 
ElaichiClick to find more about Elaichi to taste
 
1-1/2 gallon of milk
 
Saffron
 
Whipped or fresh cream
 
Food coloring (if preferred)
Preparation:
 1.
 
Set the milk out on the stove on medium high heat.2.
 
While the milk gets heated, in a blender grind the peeled almondsClick to find more aboutalmonds with a little milk.3.
 
Add the thick paste into the milk already on the stove.4.
 
Add the sugar.5.
 
Leave it to cook for about 15 mins. After which you need to constantly stir to avoid forming anylumps.6.
 
Keep stirring for about another 15 mins.7.
 
Add the whipped cream or the fresh cream to the milk which at this time should seem andappear very creamy.8.
 
Add the safron (which should have been dipped in a cup of milk and put aside to give out color,at the start of the process).9.
 
Add elaichiClick to find more about elaichi as you keep stirring.10.
 
The milk in the pot should be a little less than what you initially started off with because at thispoint it should be very smooth and creamy.11.
 
Keep stirring for another 15 mins.

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