Fantasy Kheer Parfait

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1/4th cup rice (small grained)
1 1/2 liter full fat milk
1/2 cup fresh cream
2 cups sugar
1/2 tsp elaichi/cardamom powder
For Fruits
2 cups pomegranates
1/2 cup diced chickoo
1/2 cup diced apples
1/2 cup diced pears
1/2 cup diced bananas
1/2 cup whipping cream

Fantasy Kheer Parfait

How to make Parfait


      Life is too short and once in a while we need to savor our moments

      by spoiling ourselves with some delectable desserts.


      • 1 hour
      • Serves 2
      • Medium


      There is no perfect or an imperfect way to celebrate a festival. It is all in our goof faith and belief. Every religion has some different and unique ways of celebrating and remembering their almighty..god…allah..jesus….Each one to its own!! But one thing that remains common is the food factor.  We all try to woo God by offering their favorite dishes….sweet or savory. Without this a festival seems to be demotivated. It’s not that God has an appetite for food. It just signifies our feelings…devotion and gratification towards God….and so they say
      just like dark chocolate and strawberries….coffee and biscotti… and cheese!!
      Let’s have a sweet beginning because we don’t really need a reason in the first place. In my books the 2 most auspicious sweet dishes that is associated with any kind of festivals or celebrations is Kheer and sheera. These 2 dishes are undoubtedly made at our place during any occasions…!!

      Well who can say no to this Kheer fantasy parfrait!! It is an imperfect way to put up but a perfect way to fascinate God. Layered  with mix fruits….rice kheer and whipped cream this dessert is highly addictive and it will not just stuff your face but it is seriously satisfying. It may look fancy but trust me it is loaded with our traditional charm and deliciousness. The fruits give a nice kick and the creaminess of the kheer parts sheer lusciousness to this dessert. We can spend our entire evening devouring this classic parfrait.

       For me religious festivals and celebrations have become an important way to teach my children about how we can transform living with diversity from the superficial.

          “I eat ethnic food” to something dignified…mutually respect and worthwhile.- Randa Abdel Fattah



      Wash the rice grains with water and soak it in water for 10 minutes.
      Take a heavy bottom pan and pour milk in the pan.
      Heat the pan and let the milk come to a single boil.
      Now add the rice grains and stir it well.


      Let the rice get cooked in the milk on a low flame.
      Keep stirring in between so that the rice doesn't stick to the bottom of the pan.
      Rice will take approximately 35-40 minutes to cook.
      Now add the sugar and cardamom powder and stir well and let it cook for again 10-12 minutes till the milk becomes creamy and thick.


      Once the desired consistence has at