Anjeer Ki Kheer Recipe | How To Make Dry Fruits Kheer | Fig and Milk Pudding | How To Make Kheer | Rice Kheer Recipe | Rice Pudding with Cooked Rice | Dry fruit Payasam | Anjeer Milk Recipe | How To Make Dried Fig Pudding | Kacche Anjeer Ki Kheer | Fig Pudding Recipe | Anjeer Milkshake | Anjeer Dessert Recipes | Healthy Kheer Recipe | Milk Pudding | Milk and Dry Fruit Kheer | Rajshri Food Country Delight's Exciting Offer Alert- 4:47 ⬇️ You can now buy Country Delight Cow Milk from the Country Delight app. Get 100% cashback on the first recharge: https://countrydelight.onelink.me/6XgL/8ab465c8 Learn how to make Anjeer Kheer at home with our Chef Ruchi Bharani Anjeer Kheer Ingredients: Introduction - 0:00 How To Make Anjeer Kheer - 0:26 1 tbsp Ghee 15 Almonds (soaked & deskinned) 3 tbsp Rice (soaked) 1 ltr Cow Milk 1 tbsp Saffron (soaked) How To Make Anjeer Paste for the Kheer - 1:42 15 Dried Figs (soaked) How To Make Anjeer Kheer - 2:50 6-7tbsp Sugar 1/2 tsp Cardamom Powder How To Garnish the Anjeer Kheer - 4:29 Dried Figs (soaked) Almond Flakes (chopped) Pistachio Flakes (chopped) Rose Petals Country Delight's Exciting Offer Alert- 4:47 #AnjeerKheer #MilkDessert #AnybodyCanCookWithRajshriFood Visit our Website for more Awesome Recipes http://rajshrifood.com/ Download the Rajshri Food App by clicking on this link:- http://bit.ly/RajshriFood_And Host: Ruchi Bharani Copyrights: Rajshri Entertainment Private Limited Subscribe & Stay Tuned - http://bit.ly/SubscribeToRajshriFood For more videos log onto http://www.youtube.com/rajshrifood Find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/rajshrifood About Kheer Kheer or Kheeri or Payesh, Payasam or Phirni (Hindi: खीर; Bengali: পায়েস; Odia: କ୍ଷୀରି; Sinhala: පායාසම්; Kannada: ಪಾಯಸ; Tamil: பாயசம்; Malayalam: പായസം, Nepali: खिर; Telugu: పాయసం; Punjabi: ਖੀਰ; Urdu: کھیر ) is a sweet dish and a type of wet pudding popular in the Indian subcontinent, usually made by boiling milk, sugar or jaggery, and rice, although rice may be substituted with one of the following: daals, bulgur wheat, millet, tapioca, vermicelli, or sweet corn. It is typically flavored with desiccated coconut, cardamom, raisins, saffron, cashews, pistachios, almonds, other dry fruits and nuts, and recently pseudograins also gaining popularity. It is typically served as part of a multicourse meal, as a dessert. Kheer was a part of the ancient Indian diet and is mentioned in the Ayurveda. The word kheer is derived from the Sanskrit word for milk, ksheer (क्षीर). Ksheer is also the archaic name for sweet rice pudding.