BM #98 Week 3 Day 2 - 

Here is another kheer which comes handy on a festival day and fit for a party as well.

I found that soaking almonds, removing the skin and making a paste to use in the kheer is a very tedious process when making the kheer for a crowd. So I tried using the blanched almond flour which is commercially available and it turned out to be a blessing.

I made this a while ago to offer as Prasadam and so the measurements are for a large crowd. Please scale it down as needed.

Ingredients -

Sago / Saggubiyyam 1 cup
Almond Flour 2 cups
Milk 8 cups
Sugar 1 1/2 cup (adjust as per taste)

Semiya / Vermicelli 1/2 cup
Ghee 1 tsp 

Cashews and Raisins 1/4 cup each



Method Of Preparation -


Wash sago and pressure cook with 2 cups of water for 15 minutes.

Boil milk and add the almond flour, sugar and the pressure cooked sago.

Add in the roasted semiya and let the kheer simmer.

Meanwhile, heat a teaspoon of ghee in a small pan and roast the cashews and raisins.

Add them to them simmering kheer.

Remove the kheer from heat and serve it warm or chilled.


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Preparation Time 45 minutes
Makes 10-12 cups

7 comments

  1. Rafeeda AR Says:
  2. Almond meal is surely a blessing from the time consuming process of making it at home... I love sago payasam, can have cups and cups of it in one sitting... love the simple flavors...

     
  3. Samira Gupta Says:
  4. Sago with vermicelli is very innovative. Also, liked the idea of using almond flour.

     
  5. I haven't yet bought almond meal, but it really reduces a lot is work. The kheer looks absolutely yum. With the addition of almond flour this must be so creamy.

     
  6. sushma Says:
  7. I make Kheer with sago and vermicelli. Almond flour is something new, will have to try this recipe

     
  8. Pavani Says:
  9. Wow, these with sago and almond flour is very interesting and innovate idea. It looks super delicious.

     
  10. Sago in itself is so healthy and you have added almond flour to it, to make it a complete healthy and a filling meal. Awesome.

     
  11. i m loving all the dessert u have posted these 3 days harini, kheer is such a versatile dish, love this sago and almond flour one too! i guess the almond flour would naturally give it a lusciousness!!! Delicious!

     
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