Relish This Gajar Ki Kheer During Winter Evenings
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Creamy, sweet, and simple to prepare Indian desserts such as carrot kheer, gajar ki kheer, and carrot payasam are produced by combining milk with freshly grated carrots. It may be served warm or cold. Make it for a special occasion or as an after-dinner dessert. Carrot kheer is an absolute delight because of its taste and texture. It has a more liquidy and creamy texture as compared to gajar ka halwa. It has a similar taste to the halwa, but adding more milk makes it a hard-to-resist dessert. It keeps the body warm and taste buds happy. Gajar ki kheer is a perfect combination of deliciousness and nutrition. Carrots' fibre content can aid in regulating blood sugar levels. Additionally, they are abundant in beta-carotene and vitamin A, both of which have been linked to a decreased incidence of diabetes. They can make your bones stronger. Both calcium and vitamin K, which are found in carrots, are crucial for healthy bones.

Here's how you can make gajar ki kheer-

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1. Milk 5 cups

2. Grated 1 large carrot

3. Ghee 1/2 tablespoon

4. Sugar 1/4 cup

5. Saffron (kesar) (soaked in milk) a few strands

6. Green cardamom powder 1 large pinch

7. Almonds blanched and slivered 5-6

8. Pistachios blanched and slivered 5-6


Step 1

Grated carrots are sautéed in ghee for six to eight minutes over medium heat in a thick-bottomed container. Add hot milk, raise the temperature to a boil, lower the heat, and simmer for six to eight minutes.

Step 2

Stir in sugar, saffron that has been soaked, and cardamom powder. Simmer for a few more minutes or until the carrots are tender and the milk is thick and creamy.

Step 3

Stir in the almonds and pistachios before serving warm.