Ever Tried Protein Kheer? Here's A Simple Recipe To Prepare

Protein Kheer as the ideal dessert for those who are health-conscious yet crave something sweet. This delightful kheer is a breeze to whip up, featuring a delectable blend of soya chunks, milk, saffron, cardamom powder, sugar and corn flour. This delectable kheer is a perfect fit for those seeking to embrace a nutritious way of life. This delectable dessert is sure to be a crowd-pleaser in your home. One of the advantages of this recipe is its simplicity, as it calls for basic ingredients that can be easily sourced and prepared whenever the craving strikes. The next time you find yourself indecisive about your dessert options, you'll have a clear idea of what to whip up in the kitchen! Without further ado, let us begin with these simple instructions! 


10 tbsp sugar 

1 cup soya chunks 

5 cup milk 

1 tsp saffron 

2 tsp corn flour 

1/2 tsp powdered green cardamom 

Method: To prepare a nutritious kheer, place the soy chunks in a spacious container. In a saucepan set over medium heat, add water and bring it to a boil. Once the water has reached the appropriate temperature, remove it from the heat source and carefully pour it into the bowl containing the soy product. Allow the bowl to rest, covered, for a duration of 5 to 8 minutes. 

Meanwhile, combine the corn flour and 2 tbsp of water in a small bowl. Combine everything and set the bowl aside. Next, pour off the liquid and run the soya pieces under cold water to clean them. Then spread the soya pieces out on the cutting board. Remove the soya chunks and finely chop them. 

In a small dish, combine the saffron with the milk (4 tsp) and set aside. Bring milk to a simmer over a medium flame in a kadhai. Put the milk on to boil. The milk must be constantly stirred. When you're done chopping the soya, add the pieces to the kadhai. Combine cornflour, sugar, and water. While stirring constantly, bring the mixture to a boil and continue cooking until it thickens. 

Remove the kheer from the heat and season with cardamom powder. Blend in the saffron milk until uniform. Let the kheer cool, then pour it into a big bowl. Chill the kheer for at least an hour in the fridge before serving. Dry fruits are an optional topping for the kheer.