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Feb 092010
 

gobi kheer

So there is cabbage in this kheer? Yes (smile). Why is it not stinky? Because the cooking process takes care of that (smile). Oh this tastes so good! I am glad you like it (smile).

This is usually how the conversation would go when I treat anyone to this kheer. It’s unusual, but it really is delicious. I do not know the origins of the recipe, but this is a variation of a sweet song I heard many years ago at Jaipur. I was visiting a family friend and the lady of the house made this for dessert. She gave me the general instructions to make this dish and the recipe I am sharing with you is my own variation.

Plan: (Serves 6 )
  • 1 C minced Cabbage ( chop some cabbage and process it in the food pro)
  • 3 C Milk
  • 2 Tbs slivered almonds
  • A few Tbs of condensed milk
  • 1 TBS Ghee
  • A dash of cardamom powder
  • couple of strands saffron
  • 1Tbs raisins
Procedure
  • Heat the ghee in a heavy bottomed or non stick pan
  • Add in the cabbage and cook on medium heat for about two minutes, until the cabbagey smell disappears.
  • Add the milk, stir and turn the heat to medium low and cook for about 20 minutes.
  • At this point the cabbage and milk should look homogeneous, if not- cook for some more time.
  • Add the cardamom, saffron and the condensed milk. Since the condensed milk is sweet, I do not add any sugar.
  • For this recipe I add about 2 TBS of condensed milk, but you can add more or less as per your taste.
  • Add the Raisins, Stir to mix, cook for a few more minutes
  • Garnish with slivered almonds when you serve. Enjoy it after cooling it in the fridge for about an hour or so.

  6 Responses to “Cabbage Kheer”

Comments (6)
  1. This is something new for me. I am going to give this a try someday! 🙂 Thanks for the recipe Ansh!

     
  2. Natasha,You and sugar are inseparable.

     
  3. Looks awesome!! I am seeing this for the first time.

     
  4. wow! I had the opportunity of actually tasting this! its an absolute hit…
    was waiting for this recipe….:)
    great blog ansh.

     

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