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Mango kheer Recipe

This Mango Rice Rice Kheer is a mango twist on a classic Indian dessert Phirni. It is a rice pudding made using rice and flavored with mango puree.

This pudding made with rice, milk, some saffron strands for flavoring, and mango puree.

Well I usually make rice kheer at home, when I have enough full cream milk in my fridge. But for summers, almost every year I make Mango flavored rice kheer at home, it is swiped clean in one go, yes it was so yummy.
Mango Rice Kheer

What is Kheer?

Kheer is an Indian pudding where rice is cooked with milk until creamy texture. Traditionally kheer is seasoned with cardamom and saffron.

Kheer made by simmering rice and milk in heavy pot or big vessels for a long time, this kheer has a rich, creamy taste and attractive pink colour that comes out of the common thickening of milk. 
Rice Kheer
Chawal ki Kheer aka Rice Kheer

Today I am sharing my recipe of Mango kheer with you. 

There are many sweet treats that you can make using Mangoes, but there is nothing like an Indian sweet with the fresh and sweet mangoes in it. Right? 

Also, do not forget to chilling this rice kheer in the refrigerator for a few hours then add mango puree in it before serving, 

Add a few fresh mango pieces on top, and your lip smacking sweet mango rice pudding is ready to devour. 😍😍
Indian Style Mango Rice Pudding
So, next time you want to make something from Mangoes, do bookmark this recipe and you will make this one again and again until the mangoes season comes back next year.

Can we use Canned Mango Puree to make it?

You can use canned mango puree to make this dish.

Mango Kheer

But if mangoes are in season, there is nothing like making it using the fresh puree. If using canned puree, make sure to use either kesar or alphonso variety.

Here are some Mango recipes, that you can make this Summer – Mango Ice Cream, Mango Mastani, Mango Lassi, Mango PapadMango Aamras and Rose Mango Lassi.

Also make sure to adjust the amount of sugar, as the canned puree is on the sweeter side. I have used about 1/4 cup of  as my mango puree is sweet. If your mangoes is not sweet increase the amount of sugar in to your kheer. 

Let's see how to make Mango Kheer recipe with step by step photos

Course : Dessert
Cuisine : Indian
Prep Time : 10 minutes
Cook Time : 1 hour
Chilled time :  30 minutes
Total Time : 1 hour 40 minutes
Servings : 6 people
Author : Jolly Makkar

Ingredients :

Full Fat Milk - 1 litre
Rice - 3 tbsp (Washed and soaked for 30 minutes)
Saffron strands - 10-12
Cardamom powder - 1/4 tsp (washed, soaked in warm water before slicing)
Mango Puree -1 cupsz
Sugar - 1/4 cup (adjust it according to your taste)

For Garnishing
Chopped Almonds - 1/4 cup
Mango Cubes

Preparation Method :

1. Wash the rice properly and soaked it for 30 minutes.

2. Heat milk in a pan. When it comes to a boil, add drained rice. Cook on low heat till rice is cooked. Add saffron strands in between.

3. Keep stirring in between. It will take 45 minutes to an hour for the kheer to thicken. Scrap all cream from the sides.

4. Add cardamom powder and sugar and cook for another 5 minute. Add chopped dry fruits of your choice (I use almonds).

5. Switch off the heat and let the kheer completely cool. Once it has chilled down completely into fridge, then add mango puree and mix well. Garnish with mango cubes. Serve chilled


Notes **
  1. Use full fat milk to make the kheer.
  2. You can skip adding saffron if you wish to.
  3. When it is cooked, checked using your finger it is easily mashed or not.
  4. Soaking the rice is very important so do not miss this step.
  5. Cook the kheer on low heat and in a heavy bottom pan.
  6. You can use canned mango puree to make this dish

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