Sunday, December 31, 2006

Kesar Khseera



This is a tasty recipe which is very famous in South india.It has an nice flavour of saffron ,and richness of the milk in it.It has a beautiful colour which is again due to saffron.

Ingredients:
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Sooji - 1 cup
Milk - 3 cup
Water - 1 cup
Sugar - 2 cups
Cashews-2 tsp
Drygrapes-2 tsp
Almonds - 1 tsp
ghee - 1/2 cup

Method:
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1.Take a large heavy bottom pan,Add 1/4 cup of ghee into it and add sooji to it and fry for about 5 mins till it turns light brown.
2.Now add milk and water and keep stirring it in medium heat.
3.Just when the liquids dry off add remaining ghee to it,then add the saffron soaked in warm milk and keep stirring it till the cooked sooji starts leaving the edges and forms a non-sticking mixture.and leaves the surface as a single mass.
4.Now add the ghee roasted dry fruits and mix properly.
5.Remove and place in a glass bowl.
6.It should be eaten when hot.
7.It will last for about 10-15 mins when refrigerated.

12 comments:

Nidhi said...

WOW! That looks delicious...very nice creation!

Here's Wishing you a very Happy New Year Dr Soumya. May God bless you and your family with all the
happy things in this coming year.

Cheers, Nidhi.

Pooja said...

this looks so delicious ! must be tasting good . :)

May This New Year Bring Good Health, Happiness And Prosperity To You And Your near and Dear ones.

have fun and stay tuned .
-Pooja

Vcuisine said...

Nice presentation Sowmya. Adding milk will give a rich taste. Viji

Vcuisine said...

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Vini K said...

Hi Soumya,
Ksheera looks very delicious and beautiful!Wish you and your family a very happy and prosperous new year 2007!

I have added you to my blogroll finally.Will soon be going through your archives..Keep in touch!:)

swapna said...

wow soumya ji..
the dish is looking great..
mouthwatering...wonderfull picture...happy new year...

jayakarthik said...

WOW VERY TRADITIONAL DISH
one of my favorite dish too
thanks for sharing it

HAPPY NEW YEAR WISHES TO YOU DOC

Dilip said...

Wow the seera looks so yummy...we often make it..wish i could have a big bowl right now...hey also loved the puris...the pictures look so lovely...thanks for sharing...~smile~

Asha said...

Happy New Year!

Kesai Bhath as we call it looks delicious!:) Enjoy!

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hey thanks to all of you.Happy new year ..

Manasi said...

Hi,This looks lovely! The saffron lemds it the exact delicate shade and flavor!
Could u clarify when the sugar should be added?

paris said...

hey it looks outstanding.I am speechless.it seems so yummy.May God bless you.
cheers,sup.