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- Green Gram (Mung) Daal - 15g (1 tbsp.)
- Coconut Milk - 200 ml (1 cup.)
- Water - 200 ml (1 cup.)
- Jaggery - 25 g (1½ tbsp.)
- Ghee - 5 ml (1 tsp.)
- Cardamom powder - ½ tsp. for taste
- Dry ginger powder - ½ tsp. for taste
- Dried date - a few (1-2 nos.) chopped
- Raisins - a few (4-5 nos.) chopped
- Cashew nuts - a few (2-3 nos.) chopped
- Almonds - a few (2-3 nos.) chopped
- Rinse and soak mung daal in 1 cup of water for 30 to 60 minutes
- In a thick bottomed pan/pressure cooker add some ghee and heat on a medium flame
- Once the ghee has melted, add the dates, raisins, almonds, and cashew nuts. Fry until golden brown. Once the dried fruits and nuts are fried, keep them aside
- Pressure cook/boil the soaked mung daal till well-cooked along with jaggery
- Once done, mash the mung daal against the side of the pan and mix properly till it becomes a smooth consistency
- Keep it on simmer and gradually add coconut milk to it, while mixing continuously
- Add a little water or coconut milk, to adjust the desired consistency.
- Add the cardamom powder, and dry ginger powder for taste, and mix well
- Lastly, add the fried dried fruits and nuts, for garnish and fold in gradually
Your kheer is ready!
Serve hot or cold (as desired)
Nutritive Value /100ml
- Energy - 1116.965 Kcal
- Protein - 12.288 g
- Carbohydrates - 63.4525 g
- Fat - 90.482 g
- Iron - 8.263 mg
- Folic Acid - 21 µg
- Calcium - 79.71 mg
- Vitamin A - 32.8005 µg
- Zinc - 0.83495 mg
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