PeekNCook at Facebook
PeekNCook at Twitter
PeekNCook at Tumblr
PeekNCook at RSS
Send Email To PeekNCook
PeekNCook at Instagram
PeekNCook at Google+
PeekNCook at Pinterest
PeekNCook at Stumbleupon
PeekNCook at Flickr

Aamer Payesh

Aamer Payesh Or Mango Rice Pudding Or Aam Kheer

Aamer Payesh Or Mango Rice Pudding Or Aam Kheer

Bengali people greet their guests with ripe cut Mangoes and Lichies. It's really refreshing in hot Summer days. Aamer Paysh is a Milk & Rice based Pudding with Mango Flavor. This Pudding should have chilled. I had this Pudding at my Grand Mother's home. I used to go at her home in Summer vacation. I never forgot the taste. When I started cooking after my marraige I tried to make this "Aamer Payesh". But somehow I couldn't bring the exact taste. But after trying several times, now I got almost the same taste. I just love Mango, raw or in any kind of dessert. One famous Bengali sweet called Sondesh also can be Mango flavored. So I thought sharing this "Aamer Payesh" recipe with all of you. Then you can also try this awesome recipe at home....
Mango is a very flavorful fruit. In summer different types of desserts will be prepared in Indian cuisine. "Aamer Payesh" is one of them. Mango kheer is a dessert and in summer it's a very refreshing sweet. It is usually served cold. Mango lovers will love this dessert.

Ingredients

  • Whole Milk 1 ltr. Or Half N Half 3 cups
  • Basmati Or Gobindo Bhog Rice(Bengal's special arometic rice) 1 handfull, soaked into cold water for 30 minutes.
  • Sugar 1/2 cup, adjust to your taste (if you like your payesh more sweet, you may add little more, but remember the mango pulp will be sweet)
  • Sweet Mango Pulp 1/2 cup Or Ripe Mango 1 (cut the ripe mango into small pieces, and blend to make smooth pulp)
  • Cashew & Raisins for garnishing.

About Recipe

Yields »

4

Preperation Time »

10 Minute(s)

Cooking Time »

30 Minute(s)





Steps to Prepare

  • Take a large pan add very little water in it and add the milk or half n half and boil it till the liquid becomes half n the quantity.(keep stirring continuously)
  • Now add the soaked rice into the pan and boil the rice along with the milk. When the rice will be cooked enough add the sugar and boil for another 10 minutes or the pudding becomes thick and creamy.
  • Now let the payesh cool completely and then add the mango pulp and mix with the "Payesh" very well.
  • Pour the "Payesh" in a large container garnish with chopped nuts and refrigerate it for 3-4 hour or before serving.
  • Enjoy.........
  • If you like my recipes, please go & like my Facebook Page for regular updates.
Aamer Payesh


Serving Tips

Serve chilled

Notes

When you will going to add the Mango Pulp, the Payesh might Curdle. So before adding all the Mango Pulp, take 2-3 tablespoons of Payesh in a small bowl and add 1-2 tablespoons of Mango Pulp to it and mix with the Payesh. If the Payesh looks ok them mix all the mango Pulp to the Payesh.