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Jan 19, 2016

Carrot Kheer Recipe | Easy Carrot Payasam Recipe | Carrot Kheer - Indian Dessert Recipe

Carrot Kheer
Carrot Kheer Recipe with step by step photos. Spicy Treats completed 5 years of blogging and celebrate the occasion I am sharing this rich and delicious Carrot Kheer. Five successful year completed by last week but I was sick and couldn't able to cook and post any recipe. More than my sickness, Browsing about the symptoms made me more upset and depressed. Thankfully, my test results were normal but still some issues there and hoping to recover soon.

It is better to late than never, So I don't want to skip a celebration post and made this simple and easy to make Carrot Kheer. Usually I prepare a week or 10 days before Blog Anniversary Date and decide the recipe and sometimes buy props too. This year I couldn't plan anything. Somehow managed to cook something simple for the occasion.

Carrot Payasam

Carrot Kheer Recipe
Before getting into the recipe, I would like to thank the Almighty for all his blessings and for what I am today. And many thanks to V for everything, he is my first critic and approves or reject my recipes and sometimes give comments about my food pictures too. This blog is purely for passion, high budget Hobby ;) and  he never said "NO" to my prop purchase, even if its above my budget.
I also thanking my MOM, who is supporting and motivating me from the day one. Finally, a million thanks to all the friends and readers who visit Spicy Treats and for your continuous support and encouragement.

Now Coming to the Carrot Kheer Recipe, this is a kids friendly rich and delicious dessert recipe. I have already share a Carrot Kheer Recipe with Vermicelli. This recipe is something so simple and is almost taste like a Carrot Halwa Milkshake.
Carrot Kheer Recipe
Carrot Kheer Recipe
Prep Time : 15 minutes | Cook Time : 15 minutes
Recipe Category : Desserts/Sweets
Serves  3-4 

  1. Carrot   4 no.(Medium Size)
  2. Sugar  1/3 cup 
  3. Milk   2.5 cups
  4. Water  1/4 cup
  5. Sweetened Condensed Milk   2 tbsp(optional)
  6. Raisins  10 no.
  7. Slivered Almonds  2 tbsp
  8. Saffron   few strands(optional)
  9. Cardamom Powder   1/8 tsp
  10. Pistachios   2 tbsp finely chopped(for garnishing)
  11. Cashew Nuts  10 no.(chopped)
  12. Ghee  1/2 tsp
First wash carrot, peel skin if needed and chop into bigh pieces and take it in a pressure cooker and add 1/2 cup milk and pressure cook for 2 whistles.
Mean while chop nuts and heat 1/2 tsp ghee in a pan and roast chopped cashew nuts and keep ready.
Once the pressure cooker cools down, open the lid and blend the cooked carrot into a smooth puree.
Now in a sauce pan add carrot puree along with 1/4 cup water and cook for 3-4 minutes.
Then add sugar and stir until it dissolves and cook for another 3 minutes.
After that add carrot cooked milk and rest of 2 cups milk, condensed milk, raisins, saffron strands, slivered almonds and stir well.
Allow this to cook in medium heat until the kheer thickens and turns slightly dark in color.
Finally add roasted cashew nuts and cardamom powder stir well and switch off the stove.
That's it..Carrot Kheer ready. Serve Warm or chilled Carrot Kheer with generous chopped pistachios on top.
Adding saffron strands or cardamom powder is optional, you can add either one or both.
I like to add raisins as such to kheer, if you want you can roast it in ghee and add it to the kheer.
I used Homemade Condensed Milk using Mawa Powder, if you don't have condensed milk in hand you can skip and use sugar alone.
Adjust milk quantity according to desired consistency.
Carrot Payasam(Kheer)

Carrot Kheer Recipe


  1. Congrats Sangeetha...way to go
    Nice clicks
    Take care of ur health and come back for rocking

  2. many congrats , Sangee !! been a silent reader of all ur posts :) wishing u many more happy milestones !!

    kheer looks divine !! stylish and amazing clicks, as usual :D

  3. Cheer up sis and welcome back. Yummy kheer

  4. Really tempting payasam. Love it

  5. Glad to know that your test results are ok, Sangee!! Congrats on your blog anniversary! Carrot payasam looks super delicious! Love the attractive color of the kheer and the presentation is beautiful!!

  6. wow... congrats on five years of blogging... it is true that food blogging is a pretty expensive passion... :) I love carrot kheer, wish could grab one glass from there... :)


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