Carrot Cashew Kheer

Carrot Cashew payasam from Nupur's One Hot Stove Blog is my contribution to Zlamushka's Tried and Tested event.

Just for the sake of my records, I am posting the recipe here on my blog too..


1/2 cup cashews
1/4 kg carrots
2 tbsp Ghee
7 cups of milk
1/2 cup sugar
1/4 tsp cardamom powder

Grate or cut the carrot into small pieces and fry them in ghee to let the raw smell go and it starts becoming tender. Soak the cashews in some milk for half an hour.

Boil the rest of the milk on a low flame till the quantity comes down to half.

Grind the cashews and carrots coarsely with little milk. Mix this well with the milk and add the sugar also. Cook on a low flame for some time and add the cardamom powder to it.

Serve hot or chilled..
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Asha said...

Great combo EC, looks yum!:)

JZ @ Tasty treats said...

hmmm, cashews, hmm, sweet!! i'll take it ;-)

theres a little something for u on my blog!

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Carrot kheer is my fav and healthy to have it any time a day. YUM!

Happy cook said...

Hey you are fast with the event. Looks delicious

Laavanya said...

I make something similar with almonds.. cashews must be lovely.. Looks great.
Love your curd rice too, thick and creamy.

Kalai said...

Yum, EC! Looks fabulous! Congrats on the awards, too, dear! :)

Namratha said...

Carrot kheer, love it!

easycrafts said...

Thanks Asha

Thanks JZ for the can definetely have the sweet

Thanks Sukanya

Thanks Happy Cook...Am going to go on a break and dont want to miss out on any event..

Thanks time i will try with almonds too

Thanks Kalai and Namratha

TBC said...

Carrot kheer sounds good to me. Nice change from the regular gajar ka halwa.:)

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