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Today’s my recipe 30/07/22 is apple kheer


To make this Apple Kheer, I have used the following ingredients –


½ Ltr. Full Cream Milk

2 Tbsp Ghee

Cashew Nuts (Kaju)

1 cup Sugar

So, only these 5 ingredients and you will have a homemade delectable dessert ready in a seconds.


Apple Kheer unlike other Kheer or Payasam recipes is not made of rice. It’s rather made of freshly grated Apples.

So, the first step is to reduce the milk. I have used ½ ltr or Milk, which I have reduced to about ¼ ltr.

You need to place the milk in a non-stick kadhai and keep the flame to low, and then keep stirring at regular intervals, until the milk thickens.

As the Milk, is about to thicken, add the sugar, and mix well. Keep the FLAME LOW at all times.Meanwhile, Grate the Apples using a Box Grater.

It’s perfect to use a box grater because it gives you thick strings of shredded Apples.

Now, once the milk has reduced, take it off the kadhai.In the same Kadhai, add some ghee and as it melts, add some chopped Cashew Nuts.

Once it gets toasted, remove them from the Kadhai.Now, add some more ghee and add the shredded Apples.

Keep the flame on low and keep stirring at regular intervals.Once the Apples get toasty, get it out in a plate and cool it down.

It’s imperative that you cool the apples and mix it with the Milk, separately. If you mix Apples while they are still warm with the Milk, the milk will curdle because Apple has Maleic Acid and it will curdle the milk.

So, cool the Toasted Apples and the Milk and then just milk these two.

Mix the toasted Cashew Nuts and serve!Apple Kheer is truly one of the best ever desserts.

Be it for festivals or during other days, its one of the easiest ever Indian dessert recipes.

So, if you’re bored of the same boring rice kheer, try this Apple Kheer, this season. I’m sure you’re going to love it.

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