Paneer Ki Kheer(Indian Cottage Cheese Pudding)

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Paneer Ki Kheer Recipe | How to make Chhena Kheer


Paneer Ki Kheer, Fresh Paneer cooked in milk till thick pudding like consistency.

Indian Cottage Cheese Pudding or Paneer ki Kheer or is one of the easiest and quick kheer recipe that can be made in few minutes and tastes divine.

It tastes like rabri or rasmalai crumbled in thickened milk. A healthy dessert perfect for all the age groups, light on the stomach and can be had when you are fasting like during Navratri, Janmashtami or Shivratri.

Ingredients for Paneer Ki Kheer

It’s a kind of royal(shahi) treat, the aroma from cardamom, crunch from the nuts and the color of saffron makes it an apt dessert to make and serve to guest during parties and festivals.

It can be made using the homemade Paneer or Chenna or store bought Paneer. This kheer tastes best when chilled. Whenever in a mood to have something royal but in short time make this Shahi Paneer Kheer and enjoy the divine taste.

Making this royal treat is quite an easy thing if you have Paneer in hand. For homemade Paneer/Chenna recipe click on the link Homemade Paneer.

Steps to make Paneer Ki Kheer

Keep milk to boil, when it starts to thicken add crumbled Paneer, crushed or finely chopped nuts(almonds, cashew nuts or pistachios), cardamom powder, add few strands of saffron, you can skip it if you don’t have it.

Keep on stirring the milk and keep the flame to low. Let the kheer cook for few minutes, when it gets the desired thick consistency, add sugar mix well, cook for another 2-3 minutes and switch off the flame.

Once cooled, keep to chill and serve with more nuts. Tastes best when served chilled.

Stepwise pics to make Paneer ki Kheer

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Make this simple, yummy and royal kheer for dessert on any festive occasion or for everyday meals and am sure you and your loved ones will love this pudding. This is a GLUTEN-FREE PUDDING is so apt for those who have gluten allergies.

It can be consumed on fasting days or festivals like Navaratri /Shivratri or Janamashtami. Serve this thick and creamy desserts to your guests on get-togethers and pot-luck parties or festive gatherings like Diwali, Rakshabandhan or Durga Pooja.

Paneer Ki Kheer

Do try these melt in mouth special Bengali sweet for any special occasion, parties or festivals. It is rich in Calcium, protein and low in fats and moderately sweet.

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14 thoughts

  1. I love also thick kheer & I usually made with milk only never tried with paneer. Kheer looks so tempting with a perfect texture. Great share

  2. The kheer looks rich and the texture is just perfect.. I somehow don’t like thin watery kheer

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