kheer

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kheer

 (kîr)
n.
A sweet South Asian dish made by boiling rice with milk, sugar, spices, and sometimes nuts and other ingredients until it thickens to the consistency of gruel.

[Hindi and Urdu khīr, from Prakrit khīra-, milk, thickened milk, from Sanskrit kṣīram; akin to Middle Persian šīr, milk.]
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200cr 30- 70% paid to over 36 contractors on fake bills or dubious records discount offered by contractors, who grabbed deals 198 drains, roads, pavements hold records of dubious payments Maintenance and repair work of drains and RMC construction at the IGNOU road, Mehrauli road and Firni road are such examples.
Customers also savour the traditional Firni, says Ismail.
Thaver also suggested the holding of cooking competitions on electronic media at home and abroad for cooking various dishes of rice like pulao, biryani, fried rice as in Chinese sweet dishes like zardah, kheer (porridges), firni and bread (chapati).
We appreciate that people will be preparing large dishes of hummous, labneh, knafeh, firni and biryani for their families to enjoy," said Ulugbek Yuldashev, managing director of Awok.
Cook on low heat for 10 minutes, allowing the firni to simmer.
Small and elegant, with warm lighting, comfy seating and open kitchen, things not to be missed include the galouti kabab, Awadhi haleem, nelli and nehari, firni and malai gulla.
Pakistani products such as rice, spices, pickles, kheer, vermicellies, fried onion, cooking pastes, teas, preserves (murabas), wheat, mango, onion, potato, cereals, porridge, desserts (custard powder, jelly quick set, kheer mix, firni khas), corn flour, rice flour, pearl barley, laundry kulf, ice cream powder are in great demand in Malaysia and many of these products will be on display at the Fair.
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THE SHEIK'S ROYAL FIRNI (AFGHANI PUDDING) (Serves 6-8) A simple Afghani cornstarch pudding becomes a tantalizing dessert with a few embellishments using ingredients indigenous to the country of origin.
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Khalamoni and Baishakhi would prepare the special firni, shemai, and chotpoti as guests filled their home in the morning bedecked in all their finery.