Suji Ki Kheer Recipe | Rava Kheer Recipe | Rava Payasam Recipe

Suji ki kheer is a traditional Indian sweet that is prepared across the country during festivals and other celebrations. Also known as rava payasam in the South, this recipe has rava, milk and sugar as its main ingredients.

The rava kheer is similar to a porridge, the only difference being the texture. It is not as thick as porridge. The richness of the rava kheer is in the dry fruits added to it.

The sooji kheer is easy to digest and hence is considered as baby food without the dry fruits added. The rava payasam is a quick and simple recipe to prepare at home and is an ideal sweet for parties and family gatherings.

Read the step-by-step procedure with images on how to make suji ki kheer. Also watch the video recipe.

SUJI KI KHEER VIDEO RECIPE

suji ki kheer recipe
SUJI KI KHEER RECIPE | RAVA KHEER RECIPE | RAVA PAYASAM RECIPE | SOOJI KHEER RECIPE
Suji Ki Kheer Recipe | Rava Kheer Recipe | Rava Payasam Recipe | Sooji Kheer Recipe
Prep Time
5 Mins
Cook Time
20 Mins
Total Time
25 Mins

Recipe By: Meena Bhandari

Recipe Type: Sweets

Serves: 2

Ingredients
  • Ghee - 1 tbsp

    Whole cashew nuts - 4

    Raisins - 7-8

    Sooji (fine rava) - 3 tbsp

    Milk - 1½ cups

    Water - ½ cup

    Sugar - 2 tbsp

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How to Prepare
  • 1. Add ghee in a heated pan.

    2. Add whole cashew nuts and roast them until they turn light brown.

    3. Remove them from the pan and transfer in a cup.

    4. Add raisins and roast them until they turn brown and remove them from the pan.

    5. Add sooji in the same pan.

    6. Roast until the raw smell goes away and the sooji starts to change its colour.

    7. Allow it to cool.

    8. In another pan, add half a cup of milk and water and allow it to boil.

    9. Once it boils, add the roasted sooji.

    10. Stir well for a minute and then add a cup of milk again.

    11. Stir continuously with a whisk to avoid the formation of lumps.

    12. Add sugar and stir well.

    13. Turn the stove off and add the roasted dry fruits.

    14. Serve hot.

Instructions
  • 1. The milk has to be stirred continuously after adding the rava as it will start to form lumps.
  • 2. If you like the kheer rich you can add only milk and no water.
  • 3. Saffron strands can be added to give a unique flavour.
Nutritional Information
  • Serving Size - 1 cup
  • Calories - 208 cal
  • Fat - 7 g
  • Protein - 8 g
  • Carbohydrates - 58 g
  • Sugar - 25 g
  • Fibre - 1 g

STEP BY STEP - HOW TO MAKE SUJI KI KHEER

1. Add ghee in a heated pan.

suji ki kheer recipe

2. Add whole cashew nuts and roast them until they turn light brown.

suji ki kheer recipe
suji ki kheer recipe

3. Remove them from the pan and transfer in a cup.

suji ki kheer recipe

4. Add raisins and roast them until they turn brown and remove them from the pan.

suji ki kheer recipe
suji ki kheer recipe
suji ki kheer recipe

5. Add sooji in the same pan.

suji ki kheer recipe

6. Roast until the raw smell goes away and the sooji starts to change its colour.

suji ki kheer recipe

7. Allow it to cool.

suji ki kheer recipe

8. In another pan, add half a cup of milk and water and allow it to boil.

suji ki kheer recipe
suji ki kheer recipe
suji ki kheer recipe

9. Once it boils, add the roasted sooji.

suji ki kheer recipe

10. Stir well for a minute and then add a cup of milk again.

suji ki kheer recipe
suji ki kheer recipe

11. Stir continuously with a whisk to avoid the formation of lumps.

suji ki kheer recipe

12. Add sugar and stir well.

suji ki kheer recipe
suji ki kheer recipe

13. Turn the stove off and add the roasted dry fruits.

suji ki kheer recipe
suji ki kheer recipe

14. Serve hot.

suji ki kheer recipe
suji ki kheer recipe
suji ki kheer recipe
suji ki kheer recipe
suji ki kheer recipe
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Story first published: Thursday, August 24, 2017, 15:06 [IST]
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