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Instant-Pot Kheer Recipe: creamy, thick, flavored with saffron, rice along with dried food, this rice pudding is a perfect Indian dessert. Perfect for Holi Sweets / Holi Desserts
This recipe is all about making a thick, creamy and rich kheer without using condensed milk.
This Instant-Pot Kheer Recipe or as many of my friend’s call it “Indian Rice Pudding” is one recipe that adds both glam and deliciousness to our Diwali party or upcoming Friendsgiving/Thanksgiving.
And the best part, super easy to make on the day of the festivities or even a day or two before.
Trust me, I make a Big and I mean a BIG batch every Diwali and last few years, I have started using my Instant-pot to make it.
25 minutes and the mix turns into this thick, creamy, flavorful and aromatic dessert.
Now you can make kheer with just 3 simple ingredients too (rice, milk, and sugar)
BUT, since it’s a celebration, this NEEDS to be Grand….Royal or Shahi (as it’s called in India).
I’m also sharing below “How you can make a thick and creamy kheer” everytime.
It’s super easy and does not involve using condensed milk.
You need these items to make a Thicker and Creamy (Restaurant like Kheer) at home:
I’m not against using condensed milk but due to its high sugar content, many members in my family don’t consume desserts made with it.
So, if you also are looking at an option to making the Indian rice pudding thicker, then you should definitely save this post
Now, as we are calling it ‘Royal Diwali Dessert’, we need to add ingredients that gives it such a high flavor and definitely a glam look 😉
So, I’m adding nuts, rosewater, saffron, cardamom to give the kheer a rich taste and I’m topping it with similar ingredients.
So, this Diwali, go ahead and try this Indian Rice Pudding or what we lovingly call ‘Kheer’ at home.
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Sugar: We like slightly less sweetened kheer, hence please adjust the sugar/sweetener as per your taste.