Rose Kheer

Rose Kheer

Rose Kheer

This time Chef Ajay Chopra brings you this amazing dessert with a twist of flavour in it. Rose flavoured kheer or 'gulab kheer' is a true gratification for your palate. So, enjoy this delight and keep watching the videos.

  • milk
  • rice
  • 1 cup chopped nuts
  • 1 tsp. ghee
  • 1 cup condensed milk
  • 1 cup khoya/mawa
  • 1 generous pinch cardamom powder
  • handful sugar
  • 1 small bowl rose syrup
  • 1.5 tbsp. rose petal jam
Method:
  • Boil the milk and add already soaked rice to it. Cook them up together and on the other side we’ll roast some nuts. Heat up some ghee in a fresh pan and toast some chopped nuts (almonds, cashews and pistachios etc.) till they are golden brown.
  • As the rice gets cooked in the milk, we will add a little condensed milk to this and let it dissolve nicely. Now we add 1 cup khoya/mawa to this and mix it up nicely. Then add a generous pinch of cardamon powder and a handful of sugar and mix them nicely. Now when it cools down it gets thicker and to get that rose flavour in this, we add 1 small bowl of rose flavour syrup and 1.5 tbsp. of rose petal jam into one portion of the kheer. Mix them up together and you get a beautiful pink colour. Now we have a white and a pink kheer (gulab kheer).
  • For serving we’ll layer this in a glass. A layer of 1 tsp. rose petal jam at the bottom, then 1 tsp. Rose flavour syrup, a layer of toasted nuts over that, then fill it up with the pink rose flavour (gulab) kheer leaving space at the top, again a layer of toasted nuts, a small layer of this white kheer and the finally topped with the rose flavoured (gulab) pink kheer with a fine garnish of the leftover toasted nuts and some edible flowers on top.