Indian kheer Variety

Gulab Jamun Kheer: A decadent fusion dessert that combines the softness of gulab jamun (deep-fried milk balls) with the creaminess of kheer, creating a heavenly treat.

 Fruit Kheer: This refreshing kheer combines the goodness of various fruits like apple, banana, and mango with milk, creating a fruity and sweet concoction.

Makhana Kheer: Featuring fox nuts or lotus seeds, this kheer is a healthier alternative, offering a crunchy texture and a subtle sweetness.

 Carrot Kheer: A vibrant and nutritious twist to the traditional kheer, made by simmering grated carrots in milk and sweetening the mixture with sugar.

Badam Kheer: A rich and creamy kheer variant prepared with almonds, milk, and sugar, offering a delightful nutty flavor.

Sabudana Kheer: Made during fasting periods, this kheer incorporates tapioca pearls, milk, and sugar, creating a soothing and pudding-like dessert.

 Paneer Kheer: A unique kheer made with crumbled paneer (Indian cottage cheese), milk, and sugar, resulting in a luscious and protein-packed dessert.

Semiya Kheer: Also known as vermicelli kheer, this sweet dish features thin noodles cooked in milk, sweetened with sugar, and adorned with roasted nuts.

 Jaggery Kheer: Sweetened with jaggery instead of sugar, this kheer provides a distinctive flavor while maintaining the traditional rice and milk base.

Rice Kheer: A classic Indian dessert made with basmati rice, milk, and sugar, garnished with nuts and flavored with cardamom.