Celebrate the holiday with this healthy version of the good old khurma

 

If you are planning to prepare something special and sweet for Eid, we have this healthy recipe from Al Kharma Absolute for you.

Blessed eid! Eid al-Fitr, also known as methi eid, marks new beginnings. Now, we all know that before starting something new, Kutch dead It is almost mandatory. When it comes to Eid al-Fitr, one of the most important desserts is Al-Kharma. Vermicelli pudding made especially for the Eid festival.

Sheer is the Persian term for milk and khurma is another word for dates. The dish is a delicious mixture of soup, milk, ghee, sugar, dates and lots of nuts. At the same time, health-conscious people may want to replace some of these ingredients with healthier alternatives.

So, we’ve brought you a recipe to help you enjoy the beloved dessert without compromising health!

Here are the ingredients you’ll need:

1 liter of whole milk

2 tablespoons of margarine

2 tablespoons of dates

2 tablespoons of pistachios

2 tablespoons of almonds

2 tablespoons of cashews

2 tablespoons of raisins

1 cup / 100g vermicelli (soy)

Half a cup of condensed milk (a healthy alternative to sugar)

Half a teaspoon cardamom powder

Half a teaspoon saffron (to garnish)

Nuts and chopped dates (to decorate)

Here is a step-by-step guide on how to prepare al-khurma absolute:

Step 1: First, let’s chop all the dry fruits. Therefore, cut dates, pistachios, almonds and cashews.

Step 2: We take a large frying pan and add milk to it. Boil the milk until it is about a quarter reduced in volume and it is thick or creamy.

Step 2: After that, transfer the milk to a bowl and set it aside.

Step 3: We take ghee in a frying pan and put it on a medium heat.

The fourth step: Add chopped almonds, dates, pistachios, cashews and raisins to the skillet, along with ghee. Fry all of the ingredients.

Fifth step: Now, add the vermicelli to this mixture and roast it well until it turns golden brown.

NB: Be careful because the noodles tend to burn faster.

The Sixth Step: After that, add the boiled milk to the pan and stir well. Lift the fire and leave the mixture to boil. Stir a lot in between so the noodles don’t stick to the bottom of the pan.

The seventh step: Reduce the heat and let it boil for another 5 to 10 minutes.

The Eighth Step: Add condensed milk and cardamom powder to the pan. Leave this mixture on low heat for two minutes, then turn off the heat.

Step 9: Transfer the contents of the pan to a serving bowl and let it cool down. Now, decorate the khorma with nuts, dates, and saffron.

You can serve cold kharma warm or chilled according to your preference!

 

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