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curry on cooking femalefocusonline march18Ingredients 

1 cup Basmati brown/white rice
3 cups coconut/almond milk
2 teaspoons cardamom seeds
2 teaspoons cinnamon

½ cup raisins
3 tablespoons brown sugar
3 tablespoons unsalted chopped nuts (almonds, cashews pistachios)

Time: 50 mins
Serves: 6
Indian rice pudding is the best – silky, creamy, crammed full of sweet plump raisins and nuts. There are so many flavours which can be added to kheer; cinnamon, pistachio, saffron, rose water etc. Indian rice pudding is nothing like the bland, gelatinous lumpy white stuff I remember being forced to eat at school! No, kheer is a thing of joy! This vegan recipe is a healthier version and tastes great.

• Rinse/wash the rice until the water runs clear. Place in a bowl, cover and soak in cold water for 15 minutes.
• In a large pan bring the milk and sugar to a boil.
• Drain and add the rice to the pan, lower the heat, add the raisins, stir and simmer for 25 minutes or until the rice is cooked and milk has reduced in half.
• Stir in all the remaining ingredients.
• Serve either warm or cold garnished with chopped nuts.
TIP: The pudding tends to thicken with time. By adding milk, the consistency of the pudding can be adjusted. Try adding chopped dates or fresh fruit such as sliced mangos and strawberries for an extra sugar kick.

Don’t forget to catch the Spice Sisters on Channel 5, Thursday 8 March “Bargain Loving Brits In The Sun”.

If you would like to learn more about spices and how to cook Indian then why not join the Spice Sisters Nilam and Veena at their next Curry On Cooking Indian Cookery Course?

Relax, unwind, feed and nurture your mind, body and soul in beautiful and tranquil surroundings of AKINON RESORT in La Nucia, with CURRY ON COOKING’s Spice Sisters from 12th to 17th April 2018. The retreat offers an excellent introduction to the colourful and inspiring cuisine of India. Learn about Indian spices and their healing properties; master staples such as bread, cheese, yogurt, ghee and curry making in a modern teaching kitchen. Plus experience the gifts of nature this beautiful resort has to offer paired with yoga, mindfulness, relaxing spa treatments and delicious food.

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