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Last Updated Thursday December 08 2016 01:42 AM IST

Milk kheer (Palpayasam)

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Milk Kheer

Palpayasam or milk kheer is that inevitable sweet dish that is made during most festivals. It's amply sweet, milky and finger-licking delicious.

Ingredients

100g brown rice (rice with bran)  
1l milk
200g sugar
1 tsp cardamom powder
2 tsp ghee

Preparation

Cook rice using half of the milk and water.
When rice is well cooked and the mixture thickens, pour in the remaining milk and bring to a boil.
Add sugar and cook a little more.
Remove from flame, add ghee and cardamom powder.
Mix well and serve.

(From the kitchen of Sankar and Bros, Catering Service, Kottayam)

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