Fox nuts-Makhana Kheer Recipe for Fast vrat

makhana kheer

 

This Makhane kheer (Fox nuts) kheer is mostly prepared during Hindu fasting like Navratri vrat (upvas). Makhana or Foxnuts is very healthy and nutritious ingredient. Makhana is often offered to gods during a festival or religious functions as the seeds are considered auspicious.

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Health Benefits of Makhana

 

Makhana is crunchy, tasty, easy to prepare, economical and healthy. Also known as fox nuts or lotus seeds. It has lots of properties like

Makhana is Rich in calcium

Maintain blood pressure

Detoxifies spleen

Slows down the aging process

Fights infertility

How to make Creamy Makhane Kheer  or (Foxnut Pudding)

Ingredients for Makhana kheer

 

Milk 500 ml – Use Full-fat milk to make this Kheer, as it will result in a rich and creamy texture. You can also use low fat or skim milk, but it won’t give you the same creamy results.

 

 

Makhana  1 cup– Lotus Seeds or Fox Nuts, Makhana is a popular ingredient that is eaten as a snack as well as used in many recipes. They are rich in protein, calcium, and even contains good carbohydrates.

 

 

1 teaspoon cardamom powder

 

 

Dry Fruits – Dry fruits as your choice

 

 

2 to 3 teaspoon ghee Ghee

 

 

Take a pan over medium flame and add some ghee to it roast all Dry fruits and keep them aside. Now add Makhana and roast them till the lotus seeds turn crispy. make dry fruits coarsely.

Makhana Kheer Recipe

Now, take a deep-bottomed pan over medium flame and add milk to it boil the milk Stir the milk about 15 minutes or until it will turn thick. add sugar according for tast.

Now add roasted Makhana and coarsely dry fruits in milk. turn off the flame. Now you have to transfer the Makhana kheer to a serving bowl

Enjoy Creamy Makhane Kheer

 

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7 Comments

  1. This is interesting, Amita! I’d love to try this soon!

    1. I am glad that you like it. Thanks for your comment.

  2. I’ve never heard of this recipe before but that dish is looking quite delicious! Would love to give this a try sometime.

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