Tuesday, 28 January 2014

Beetroot Kheer / Payasam / Milkshake - 28th January Potluck Party, Cyber Style !

Hello readers,

“Breathe properly. Stay curious. And eat your beets.”
Tom Robbins, Jitterbug Perfume

Honestly speaking, if I wasn't a member of Potluck Party, Cyber Style group and not enjoying, I wouldn't have prepared and enjoyed Beetroot Kheer ! That's the sheer joy of this challenge, you try and enjoy many dishes and appreciate others effort which you never thought about it.

This month it was my turn to cook Beetroot Kheer of Ramya. I must tell you by making this kheer she proved that if you want to enjoy yummy and delectable dessert, you don't need to dive in ocean of sugar, just choose right ingredient and voila ! Your sweet taste buds won't be disappointed.

Few ingredients, easy to prepare and vibrant Beetroot kheer  can be vanished in few minutes from your dinner table.

You will need :-
  • 1 cup boiled beet ( I cooked in very less water and did not remove any water from it, so vitamin and minerals were present in the beetroot )
  • 1 1/2 cup full fat milk
  • Sugar to taste ( I only needed 1tbsp )
  • 1 tsp. cardamom powder
Method :-
Grind boiled beet with 1/2 cup milk.
Boil 1 cup milk in heavy bottomed sauce pan and add the ground mixture.
Cook until raw milk leaves and add required sugar with cardamom powder.
Cook for a minute and switch off the flame.
Serve warm or cool.
Enjoy !

Note :- As kheer gets cooler the colour of it goes nice and more reddish. I took pictures as soon as it was prepared, so colour is light pink.

Happy Cooking :)


  1. yummy kheer ....loved ur presentation...

  2. Thanks sis for trying the kheer.it tastes so good.i am in sky now that you enjoyed my recipe.Long live potluck party

  3. yummy delicious and such lovely colorful dessert....elegant presentation...!

  4. Awesome kheer :) Love the colour

  5. Wow this is delicious. I love your pics .

  6. Simply marvelous ! This beetroot payasam is one of the most lovely shake that I have seen for a very long time. Have bookmarked it for my next party.

  7. Superdelicious and lovely presentation.Can definitely have more than one glass:)

  8. mmmm.....yummmm... Looks mouthwatering. Amazing clicks

  9. Hello Jagruti,
    I am a big fan of beets.Any beet recipe that comes to my notice is always tried in my kitchen. Beetroot kheer is something I've heard of first time. Looks fabulous. Thanks for sharing.


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