Gajrela Recipe / Carrot Kheer - Yummy Traditional

Gajrela Recipe / Carrot Kheer

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Gajrela Recipe |Carrot Kheer | How to Make Gajar ki Kheer with step by step photos.....

Carrot Kheer is a traditional, delicious and sweet dish, Gajrela with Milk is a carrot-based sweet dessert pudding from the Indian subcontinent. This is also considered as a gift of winter,gajar halwa, and gajrela, this recipe is quite an easy and simple than gajar halwa, Gajrela is cooked with Crosley crushed rice, milk, and sugar along with some dry fruits like almonds and pistachio 
               
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Quite different from Gajar halwa, You can also find out gajar halwa on my blog, Personally, I much like gajar halwa than gajrela, though gajar halwa takes much time and effort as well as much costly than gajrela this is my always been my hot favorite and gajrela is the favorite of my elder brother, mainly this is a relish recipe that most people love to eat

If your next visit is in Winter do not forget to offer Gajrela with Milk to your guests as Dessert, So let’s begin 

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To prepare this recipe first soak the rice in water for 2 hours, then make coarsely crush the soaked rice set it aside
                
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Rinse and grate the carrots
                 
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Boil the milk
                 
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Coarsely chop almonds and pistachio

                   
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Add crushed rice along with ½ cup water in the hot boiled milk, stir to mix well
                    
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Keep on stirring for about 5-7 minutes on the low-medium flame to prevent lumps
            
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Now put grated carrots with water into the milk and mix them together, Let them cook for around 10-12 minutes on medium flame, keep stirring occasionally
                 
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Once carrots get soft then add sugar and stir to combine well until sugar is dissolved  
        
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Now add half chopped dry fruits and half reserve for use later
Further, stir to mix on medium-low flame until everything is incorporated
                 
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Towards the end adjust the sugar to taste and add kewra essence
       
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Mix well and then turn off the flame, Gajar ki kheer is done
                     
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Transfer to the serving dish


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Garnish with remaining dry fruits
                 
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Allow to completely cool down and then keep in the fridge for an hour
                 
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Gajrela is ready to serve your family, friends, or guest    
       
                                   
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Gajrela is a traditional, delicious and sweet dish, Gajrela with Milk is a carrot-based sweet dessert pudding from the Indian subcontinent. 

Ingredients:
  1. 500g, carrot grated
  2. 750ml, fresh milk
  3. 70g, sugar or to taste
  4. 25g, almonds crushed
  5. 25g, pistachio crushed
  6. ¼ cup, rice soaked and crushed
  7. 3-4 drops, kewra essence
  8. 1 cup, of water
How to Make Carrot Kheer?
  1. Add crushed rice along with ½ cup of water to the hot boiled milk
  2. Stir to mix well
  3. Keep on stirring for about 5-7 minutes on the low-medium flame to prevent lumps
  4. Now put grated carrots with the remaining water into the milk and mix them together
  5. Let them cook for around 10-12 minutes on medium flame
  6. Keep stirring occasionally
  7. Once carrots get soft
  8. Add sugar and stir to combine well until sugar is dissolved   
  9. Now add half chopped dry fruits and half reserve for use later
  10. Further, stir to mix on medium-low flame until everything is incorporated
  11. Towards the end adjust the sugar to taste and add kewra essence
  12. Mix well and then turn off the flame
  13. gajrela is done
  14. Transfer to the serving dish
  15. Garnish with remaining dry fruits
  16. Allow to completely cool down and then keep in the fridge for an hour
  17. Gajrela is ready to serve your family, friends, or guest
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