Puri kheer recipe in English

Required ingredients
1. Chiroti rava or sooji (else use standard rava ) - 200 gram
2. Milk - 3/4 litre
3. Sugar -as desired
4. Cardamom
5. Cashew nuts
6. Raisins
7. Optional (almonds and saffron)

Take required quantity of chiroti rava in a vessel and mix water to obtain a dough similar to poori dough.  

Let the dough settle for at least two hours.  Knead the dough and using a rolling pin flatten as we do for poori or roti. 

 Cut the dough  with a suitable cutter in two directions to obtain square or rhombus shaped pieces and fry them in ghee (if you don't have objection to calories ) else use cooking oil.

 Boil milk  and use flame in "sim" position. Add cardamom powder, saffron to it.  Now add the fried dough pieces to the milk and stir for a few minutes. Add required quantity of sugar.

 Fry cashew nuts, raisins and add them to the kheer.  Your special kheer as shown in the photo below is ready to serve (and eat!). If standard rava is used grind it in a mixer for a few seconds to make it 

Allow the dough to settle for couple of hours.  Make holes with a fork to remove air 

Cut with cutter to make small pieces 

Fry them
Some of the ingredients. Yummy poori kheer is ready 

 Poori kheer or appalam payasam is prepared for Varalakshmi Pooja , Navaratri Friday and Ugadi.
So if you are looking for appalam payasam, appi payasa this festival recipe may be the one you are looking for.

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