Apr 4, 2012

Carrot Kheer / Carrot Payasam


 I love making kheers and payasam for desert , because they are so easy to make but delicious to eat. One of my latest favorite is this yummy carrot kheer..Oneday I was thinking to make some kind of desert for lunch.I found some carrots lying in the fridge.. I thought carrot halwa taste heavenly, why not I try some carrot kheer..I tried it out immediately and was quite happy with the results..This is best had cold, even though it is good warm..


I hope you will love it for sure and let me know what you think..

Ingrediants:

Carrot - 2 large grated
Sugar - 3/4 cup or to taste
Condensed Milk / Milkmaid - 1/4 cup
Cardamom / yelakai - 5 crushed
Milk- 1/2 liter
Ghee - 2 tblspn

Method:

Heat ghee in a pan. Add carrot and saute for 5 mins.

Add in cardamom, milk and mix well..bring this to a boil, Cover and simmer the pan for 15 mins till the carrot is cooked.

Take most of the carrot mixture in a blender and make into a puree. Transfer this to the kadai and mix well.

Add sugar and condensed milk and mix well. Simmer this for 5 mins.

Serve this chilled or hot..

Pictorial:
Take all your ingrediants
You need to grate your carrots
heat some ghee
add carrots in
and saute well
add in crushed cardamom
and milk
mix well
cover and cook
till carrots are cooked
remove few ladles of carrot
to a blender
and puree it
add it back to the kheer
mix well
add sugar
and condensed milk
mix well and simmer for few minutes..
Serve

33 comments:

  1. Yummy and delicious kheer , loved the addition of condensed milk ...

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  2. This is one of my favorite dessert !! looks so detectable !!

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  3. Delicious payasam, love that rich yellow color..

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  4. I want to grab that glass! What a lovely color!

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  5. I love this Payasam, I usually dont puree it. love it just like that .. this must be heavenly am sure :)

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  6. Looks new to me but I'm sure it tastes lovely. Have a great day!
    Cheers
    Mamatkamal

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  7. Delicious and exotic payasam,looks tempting.

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  8. Wow!! Colorful and delicious dessert..

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  9. It has been a long time since i made this. very yummy

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  10. i do check your blog now and then although i may not have time to leave comments always :)

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  11. wow.. this is something new.. you are so innovative... i am so glad i found your blog!

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  12. This sweet carrot dessert does intrigue. I do love carrot juice and smoothies but this is a new one. Also great that it can be served at either temperature. Delicious!

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  13. Wow... good way of having carrots apart from halwa...... Yummy....

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  14. That really looks good, but I don't think I can get ghee here. What can I use as a substitute?

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  15. i luv this.. n mine in d draft list..n pics r just fabulous......
    Maha

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  16. Perfect dessert for summer and it's delicious too...Daksha

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  17. Very tempting!
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  18. My favorite, love it more than carrot halwa! Looks tempting!

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  19. @J
    You can use Butter instead of ghee

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  20. wow lovely....what a co.incidence...last week only my sis in law told me about this payasam,,,,i was planning to prepare...and ur already prepared......lovely recipe....must try...


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  21. looks very inviting..awesome recipe dear!!
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  22. Super delicious kheer, feel like having now..

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  23. I have never tried this. It looks yummy!

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  24. i like the new look of ur blog very much aarti, carrot kheer looks yum too

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  25. Good one,,tastes awesome

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  26. Is there any substitute for condensed milk or can we skip that? Will the taste be affected?

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  27. @Anonymousu can skip that. yes ofcourse the taste will be affected

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