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How to make Lychee Kheer


  • 6 Servings

  • 1 1/2 litre milk

  • 3 powdered green cardamom

  • 6 tablespoon sugar

  • 350 grams lychee

  • Almonds to garnish


To prepare this dessert recipe, place a saucepan over medium flame and heat milk in it. Add green cardamom powder in it and stir it well.

When it turns aromatic, take it off the flame and set it aside for a while. Meanwhile, peel and de-seed the lychees. If not using canned.

Let the milk boil until it reduces to half its quantity. Add saffron and sugar in it and give it a stir.

Let the sugar dissolve and sprinkle the rose essence in it. Reduce the flame and let the milk boil over a low flame.

Now, stir in the peeled lychees. Mix them well and ensure they are evenly coated with milk.

Take it off the flame once the milk has attained the desired consistency. Transfer the kheer to a bowl and let it cool.

Transfer it to the fridge to chill.

Once chilled, take it out and garnish it with peeled lychees and almonds once chilled.

Enjoy your Lychee kheer.

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