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Carrot Kheer Recipe: How To Make Carrot Payasam
Carrot kheer is an authentic Indian sweet recipe that is prepared during special events and festivals. The South Indian variation to carrot kheer is called carrot payasam - the only difference being the thickness of the kheer. The carrot payasam is ...
Carrot Kheer

Paneer Kheer Recipe | How To Make Paneer Payasam
Paneer kheer is a special sweet that is prepared by North Indians for special festivals. Also known as paneer payasam, this sweet is flavoured with paneer, milk, condensed milk and fragrance-filled cardamom powder and dry fruits. The paneer kheer is prepared ...
Paneer Kheer
Gasagase Payasa Recipe: How To Make Poppy Seeds Payasam
Gasagase payasa is a traditional dessert of Karnataka and is prepared for almost all auspicious occasions. The payasa is prepared using poppy seeds, coconut and jaggery. The poppy seeds payasam has a great nutritional value and acts as a good coolant. ...
Meethi Sewai Recipe | Sweet Seviyan | Semiya Payasam
Meethi sewai is a traditional sweet recipe that is prepared in all parts of the country during most of the festive occasions. Each celebration in India is enjoyed by making the vermicelli kheer or sweet seviyan. It is also offered to ...
Meethi Sewai
Rice Kheer Recipe: How To Make Chawal Ki Kheer
Chawal ki kheer, also known as rice payasam in South India, is a famous and most commonly prepared Indian sweet. This sweet is mainly made from full cream milk, rice and sugar along with other toppings to add more flavour. It ...
The Yummy Parippu Payasam Recipe
During the months of March and April, India immerses itself into celebrations. While some regions of the country conduct celebrations for welcoming the New Year based on their local Calendars, others have festivals that glorify the harvest season. Baisakhi is celebrated ...
Parippu Payasam
Navratri Special Kheer Recipe
Navratri, the nine day long festival has began today. It is a joyous occasion for the people through out India. During the nine days, women undergo fasting to please Goddess Durga. One can have their food (or break the fast) only ...
Navratri Special Kheer Recipes
 
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