2011 m. vasario 2 d., trečiadienis

Carrot Kheer (Pudding)/ Morkų pudingas

Morkų pudingo gavau paragauti kelis šaukštus ir jis dingo. Pagal tai sprendziu, kad pudingas pavyko gerai. Nors pieno virimas uztuko, bet buvo verta.



Porcijos: 4

Gaminimo laikas:
apie valandą

Produktai:

4 vidutinio dydzio morkos
4 stiklinės pieno
4 v.š. cukraus (pagal skonį daugiau arba maziau)
Ziupsnelis malto kardamono
2 v.š. razinų
4 v.š. maltų anarkadžių riešutų

Gaminimo procesas:

Uzvirti pieną, sumazinti ugnį ir maišant pavirti kol pieno sumazės per pusę.

Tuo tarpu kol verda pienas išvirti morkas, sutrinti iki pastos, sumaišyti su maltais anarkadziais.

Į pieną sudėti cukrų, kardamoną ir maišyti nuolat kol pieno sumazės iki 1/4. (Pieno virimas uztruko beveik valandą). Tada sudėti morkų pastą, gerai išmaišyti ir padidinti ugnį. Kai masė uzvirs, nuimti nuo ugnies, įmaišyti razinas. Patiekti atvėsusį.


I got only few spoons of carrot pudding and it's gone. So I think it was quite successful dish. Boiling milk took quite long time, but it was worth it.

Servings: 4

Cooking time: about an hour

Products:

4 medium sized carrots
4 cups milk
4 tbsp sugar (to taste more or less)
Pinch of ground cardamom
2 tbsp raisins
4 tbsp ground cashew nuts

Method:

Bring milk to a boil in a heavy bottomed pan, reduce the heat and simmer it stirring until the milk reduces by half.

Meanwhile, while the milk is boiling, boil carrots and mash them to a paste, mix with ground cashews.

Put sugar and cardamom to the boiling milk, mix continuously until the milk reduces till 1/4. ( For me whole boiling of milk took about an hour). Then add carrot paste, stir and increase heat. When the mixture starts boiling, remove from heat, mix the raisins in. Serve the chilled.

16 komentarų:

  1. This is so different! I love carrots and think this would be delicious!Is this an ethnic dessert?

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  2. I love the taste of cardamom. I'll bet it really brings out the sweetness of the carrots. Lovely!

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  3. You have an award waiting for you: http://bit.ly/fE7iqT
    Mateja @Indulging Life

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  4. It reminds me of a Gajar ka halwa but with cashews, sounds delish! I have given you a Stylish Blogger Award, you can pick it up at my blog if you like and thanks for all your support & inspiration!!

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  5. Never combined milk with carrot in a pudding. Sounds like a perfect treat! I love raisin and nuts in it.

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  6. Thank you so much for the award. It made my day!

    I love the bowl in which you served your kheer. it's so unique:D
    My carrot kheer recipe uses soooo much sugar so i am glad to have your "less sweet" version now.

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  7. Nice savory pudding. I like the carrots in this.

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  8. Annie, thanks it's really nice carrot dessert :) it's traditional indian dessert

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  9. Kristi, its sweet and lovely dessert, cardamom is always very nice in sweets :)

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  10. Thanks Mateja :) it's really great :)

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  11. foodblogandthedog, thanks for the award so much :)
    im still planing to make gajar halwa :)

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  12. zerrin, it's quite interesting pudding, but if you like carrots I think you would like it :)

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  13. Cakewhiz, you are worth many awards, your cakes are really art :)
    Thanks, I just don't like too sweet sweets.. so I made is less sweet, at least for us it was really enough

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  14. Rick, thanks :) it has quite unusual taste at least for me, but was nice :)

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  15. Think my son will like this -am going to try it, thanks!

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  16. Vivian, I hope he will like it :) and maybe not just son ;)

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