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Sweet Corn Kheer Recipe – Corn Payasam – Bhutte ki Kheer

Sweet Corn Kheer Recipe – Corn Payasam – Bhutte ki Kheer

Sweetcorn kheer is a quick and easy variation to the regular kheer recipe. This recipe of kheer is prepared with grinding sweetcorn kernels and then cooking them in the milk until thick or dense. Kheer is  also known as rice pudding and is the most preffered pudding in India. This incredibly delicious sweet  and be consumed anytime of the day.

Corn payasam is a simple, easy and flavorful Indian pudding. Serve this kheer hot or chilled as an after meal dessert or anytime time you crave for something sweet. It is very simple to prepare this kheer at home with this easy recipe with step by step pictures.

Directions

Getting ready:

Remove the fiber of the sweet corns and wash the corns thoroughly with water. Allow them to dry out completely. After that, grate the sweet corns with a grater to extract its cream. Grate only the soft part and discard its hard portion.

corn kheer

Chop the cashews into 6-7 small pieces. Thinly slice the almonds making 8-10 pieces of each almond. Peel the green cardamom and crush its seeds into fine powder.

sweet corn kheer

Making:

Place a pan on flame and pour 2 tsp of ghee into it. When the ghee melts, add sweet corn cream into it. Keep stirring continuously and cook the sweet corn cream on medium-low flame until its colour changes slightly. After a while, sweet corn cream will turn slightly dark in colour and ghee will start leaving its edges as well. Sweet corn cream is roasted aptly, remove the pan from flame.

sweet corn kheer

Place a vessel on flame and pour the milk into it. Let it simmer until the milk starts boiling. When the milk starts boiling, add little amount of it into the saffron strands and keep it aside so that the saffron releases its colour.

sweet corn kheer

Add the roasted sweet corn cream into the boiled milk and mix it really well. Cook it on low flame by stirring at regular interval of 1-2 minutes until the mixture turns thick. Move the ladle to the bottom of the vessel.

sweet corn kheer

When the mixture comes to the boil, add chopped cashews, sliced almonds, raisins and saffron milk. Now again cook the kheer on low flame by stirring it at regular interval.

sweet corn kheer

After 12 minutes, kheer will turn thick and even. It is cooked aptly, add sugar and green cardamom powder into it. Mix it thoroughly, cover and cook the kheer for 1-1.5 minutes more on low flame until the sugar dissolves completely.

sweet corn kheer

After 1-1.5 minutes, remove the lid. Kheer is now cooked aptly, turn off the flame and transfer it to a bowl.

sweet corn kheer

Serving:

Garnish this luscious and mouth-watering sweet corn kheer with some cashews and almonds and serve it steaming hot after any meal or have it whenever you crave for something sweet.

sweet corn kheer

Suggestion

  • You can make this sweet corn kheer for babies as well. If you are making it for babies then skip adding dry fruits into it, just cook the sweet corn cream in milk along with sugar and feed it to your baby.

Sweet Corn Kheer Recipe - Corn Payasam - Bhutte ki Kheer sweet corn kheer
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Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: Indian
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Serves: 4
 
Ingredients
  • Sweet corns – 2
  • Full cream milk – 500 ml
  • Cashews – 10-12
  • Almonds – 10-12
  • Raisins – 1 tbsp
  • Green cardamom – 4-5
  • Saffron strands – 15-20 (optional)
  • Sugar - ¼ cup (65-70 grams)
  • Ghee – 2 tbsp
Instructions
  1. Remove the fibre of the sweet corns and wash them thoroughly with water. Allow them to dry out completely. After that, grate the sweet corns with a grater to extract its cream. Grate only the soft part and discard its hard portion. Chop the cashews into 6-7 small pieces. Thinly slice the almonds making 8-10 pieces of each almond. Peel the green cardamom and crush its seeds into fine powder.
  2. Place a pan on flame and pour 2 tsp of ghee into it. When the ghee melts, add sweet corn cream into it. Keep stirring continuously and cook the sweet corn cream on medium-low flame until its colour changes slightly. After a while, sweet corn cream will turn slightly dark in colour and ghee will start leaving its edges as well. Sweet corn cream is roasted aptly, remove the pan from flame.
  3. Place a vessel on flame and pour the milk into it. Let it simmer until the milk starts boiling. When the milk starts boiling, add little amount of it into the saffron strands and keep it aside so that the saffron releases its colour.
  4. Add the roasted sweet corn cream into the boiled milk and mix it really well. Cook it on low flame by stirring at regular interval of 1-2 minutes until the mixture turns thick. Move the ladle to the bottom of the vessel. When the mixture comes to the boil, add chopped cashews, sliced almonds, raisins and saffron milk. Now again cook the kheer on low flame by stirring it at regular interval.
  5. After 12 minutes, kheer will turn thick and even. It is cooked aptly, add sugar and green cardamom powder into it. Mix it thoroughly, cover and cook the kheer for 1-1.5 minutes more on low flame until the sugar dissolves completely.
  6. After 1-1.5 minutes, remove the lid. Kheer is now cooked aptly, turn off the flame and transfer it to a bowl. Garnish this luscious and mouth-watering sweet corn kheer with some cashews and almonds and serve it steaming hot after any meal or have it whenever you crave for something sweet.

 

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