Makhane (fox nut) ki kheer (phalahari recipe)

Ingredients:

Preparation:

  1. Clean the Makhane if there is any black shell, remove it.
  2. Light roast Makhane with 1 teaspoon of ghee. You can also roast it in microwave or pan.
  3. Cool for few minutes. It will become crispy.
  4.  Take 80 gm of Makhane and grind them coarsely. Keep aside.

Method:

  1. Take a heavy bottom pan.
  2. Boil the milk on medium flame till it reduces to half. Keep stirring periodically.
  3. Add grinned Makhane and whole Makhane into the milk.
  4. Add saffron.
  5. Stir it. Cook it about 10-15 minutes on low flame.
  6.  Add condensed milk and boil it. Put off the flame.
  7. Add cardamom powder and stir it.
  8. You can garnish it with roasted Makhane.
  9. Now Makhane kheer is ready to serve.
  10. Serve chilled or warm as per your taste.
  11. Enjoy yummy  special kheer during fast.    
  12. Makhane (fox nut) ki kheer (phalahari recipe)

    Makhane (fox nut) ki kheer (phalahari recipe)

    Ingredients

    Ingredients

    Light roast Makhane

    Light roast Makhane

    Boil the milk on medium flame till it reduces to half

    Boil the milk on medium flame till it reduces to half

    Add grinded Makhane

    Add grinded Makhane

    Add grinded Makhane

    Add grinded Makhane

    Cook it

    Cook it

    add sugar

    add sugar

    Cook it

    Cook it

    Add saffron

    Add saffron

    Makhane (fox nut) ki kheer (phalahari recipe)

    Makhane (fox nut) ki kheer (phalahari recipe)

 

Makhane (fox nut) ki kheer (phalahari recipe)

Makhane (fox nut) ki kheer (phalahari recipe)

Makhane (fox nut) ki kheer (phalahari recipe)

Makhane (fox nut) ki kheer (phalahari recipe)  

  • Makhane (fox nut) is a kind of lotus flower seed, mainly found in India, Russia, Korea and Japan.
  • This seeds contains abundant protein.
  • It detoxifies the spleen, helps the spleen to function well.
  • It is also used as food and medicine in Ayurvedic and Chinese system of medicine.            

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