Meve Ki Kheer

Published on: October 6, 2013 | Updated on: November 7, 2013
Meve Ki Kheer

Meve Ki Kheer

Many important festivals in India, such as the Navratra and Durga Puja, are celebrated throughout India by devotees keeping fasts or vrats. As per the religious sentiments, only specific items are allowed to be eaten during the daytime of these fasts, and one such item is kheer. Kheer can be made with many different ingredients; however, to be true to the festival spirit, I made Meve Ki Kheer today. This milk kheer is made using many different varieties of dry fruits, including makhane or lotus seeds, chironjee, kishmish or raisins, nariyal or coconut, badam or almonds, kaju or cashews and piste or pistachios. And believe me, this mixture not only sounds amazing, but tastes heavenly! I like to serve it chilled, bu you can have this dish hot also.

All you need is (serves 4)

Full Cream milk – 1 lt

Sugar – 1/2 cup

Makhane – 4 cups

Chironjee – 2 tbsp

Dry coconut – 1/4 cup (grated)

Kishmish – 1/4 cup

Badam, Kaju, Piste mixed – 1/2 cup (crushed)

Meve Ki Kheer Recipe

Boil the milk in a heavy-bottom pan.

Once it comes to a boil add all the dry fruits and let it cook on low flame for half an hour.

Add sugar and cook for another min.

Cool it in a refrigerator.

Serve chilled.


I am a dental surgeon turned full time mom of a lovely boy. Apart from running around him and doing a lot of activities with him, I like to cook and experiment with new stuff.


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