Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Rice Kheer Recipe -Rice payasam - Arisi Payasam

I am glad to inform you that padhuskitchen has completed 1 year today. What started as a hobby has become a passion now. When I receive comments or mails or when people come and tell me that they followed my recipes and it turned out well, I feel so happy.
My first recipe was Mysore Rasam which I posted exactly on the same day, last year 16-7-2009. I have given the picture link below-

My first post -Mysore Rasam

mysore rasamThank you for all the support, encouragement and love. On this day I would like to share with you a very very simple Indian dessert -Rice Kheer/Arisi payasam

Rice Kheer Recipe - Rice Payasam

Rice kheer is a very famous Indian dessert which is very simple to prepare.

Ingredients needed

Milk -4 cups
Rice -1/4 cup
Sugar -1/4 cup
Cardamom powder -1/4 tsp
Raisins -5-6
Cashew nuts - 5-6
Almonds- 5-6

Rice KheerPreparation

Heat a tsp of ghee and fry cashew nuts and raisins.

Soak almonds in hot water, peel the skin and cut it into thin slices.

Soak rice for half an hour.

Method

Boil milk and add the soaked rice (drain the water) to the milk.

Cook rice in the milk on low flames stirring it frequently so that it doesn't get burnt.

When rice is cooked, mash it slightly with the ladle, then add sugar.

When sugar dissolves, add cardamom powder, cashew nuts, raisins and almonds.

Rice kheer is ready to be served hot or cold. Sounds so easy isn't it?

In my house everybody prefers it cold, so I usually refrigerate it when it cools down.

Other Kheer recipes

Carrot Kheer
Almond Kheer
Vermicelli Kheer

Meet you all again with an interesting post, till then it is bye from Padhu of padhuskitchen.

38 comments:

  1. Happy blog anniversary dear.. Rice Kheer looks fabulous even though is very easy to make.
    Wish u all the very best for the upcoming years.. You have come all the way though bringing delightful recipes which are eye catchy.
    You are amazing.. Keep on rocking...

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  2. congrats Padhu, payasam looks beautiful

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  3. Dear Padhu,
    Congratulations on your 1st blog birthday.Wish to see many more such blog birthdays with 1000's of delicious recipes.Rice kheer looks very deliicous.Nice presentation.

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  4. Congratulations on your blog aniversery Padhu. Pasyasam looks delicious.

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  5. I read the heading of payasam and looked into the rasam pic and was wondering, how come leaves in payasam.. he he :)

    Congrats on ur one year completion.. The payasam looks delicious.

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  6. Congrats Padhu, for completing a year! and the rice kheer looks so tempting...I am drooling :)

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  7. Congrats Padma...Nice Rasam and Payasam...

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  8. Congrats dear on ur blog anniversary...happy blogging...nice recipe to celebrate with.

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  9. Hey,congrats dear.Rice payasam is my fav.looks so yummy.

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  10. Me too Nitha, read the title as payasam and looking at the picture was wondering why rice payasam looks like rasam :-)

    Happy bloggy bday padhu..Great payasam, Congrats..

    Love
    Suji

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  11. Congrats Padhu on your blog anniversary!

    Payasam looks delicious.

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  12. Congratulations dear!!!!!!
    Payasam looks delicious :-)

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  13. congrats on your blog anniversary! payasam looks yummm!

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  14. Congrats dear on ur blog anniversary, keep going..Kheer looks fantastic, rich and creamy..

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  15. congrats on completing a year padhu...look fwd to seeing more food art and exciting recipes

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  16. congrats on ur blog anniversary padhu. wish ur blog celebrate more anniversaries.
    Payasam looks very yummy and great way to celebrate the occasion

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  17. Congrats on ur blog anniversary padhu,the kheer luks delicious...perfect menu for the celebration.

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  18. Happy 1st blogoversary to Padhuskitchen!!! Congratz ya...keep going...;)

    Rice kheer yumm! :D

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  19. Congratulations on the Anniversary! Rice kheer is so apt for the occasion! Cheers!

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  20. Happy first bloganniversary padhu...Its really a treat to watch all your creativity and wish to see many more yummy dishes as well....kheer looks very yum

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  21. happy blogging..payasam looks delicious...

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  23. Congrats Padhu..kheer looks so delicious, rich and creamy..and loved your first post,rasam too..both looks yummy.

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  24. Congratss!!!!!!!! for blog 1st Annv........ superb presentation.......paayasam luks so delicious and very creamy

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  25. congrats on your 1st anniversary. payasam looks so delicious.. as usual nice presentaion..

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  26. Congrats dear.. loved the payasam .. great presentation!!

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  27. Congrats on completing one year, Padhu..Loved your delicious rice payasam..

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  28. The Kheer looks yummy. can eat it anytime!! Congratulations on blogs birthday.

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  29. pdhu thats a grt news ur celebrating the anniversary.. grt job yarr.. keep going..
    really delicious ari payasam. best for this wonderful occasion..

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  30. Congratulations on your 1 year anniversary! I recently started writing my own blog, and I fully enjoyed seeing all you have done in one year. I hope that I can follow your path! My daughter and I fully enjoyed perusing your posts and look forward to seeing your new ones.

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  31. Congrats on completing one year successfully! That's a milestone achieved. Keep going. :)

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  32. Congratulations Padhu !! Amazing blog..first time here..esp the HOW TO one's they ll really help a new cook :) Keep Rocking !!

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  33. Hi padhu, i want to prepare this payasam for 60 members, will u please tell me the ratio for this

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    1. This recipe will serve 3-4 persons. So you have to calculate for 60 persons. You do not have to be very accurate. You can calculate approximately. Add sugar according to taste.

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  34. Hi padhu such a great job u r doing u really deserve a royal salute. Step by step methods clear pictures helping like anything keep doing, keep rocking hearty wishes all the best. THANK YOU.

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