April 21, 2015

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Do we need any special occasion to enjoy a bowl of sweet or any dessert??Yes..Of course!! But not only a  reason,a good mood also works out.Almost the whole february,I totally avoided all the calorie foods,including rice and every day spent some time for physical exercises.With all my hard work lost 2 kgs in just 10 days,but I was like in hell,I mean no cooking,no eating,no food,nothing...

Oops.that was hectic time which I faced and understood very well that controlling mind is quite difficult...Though don`t have any certain reason,I have tried plenty of recipes in march and most of the recipes are very easy,useful to cook in day to day life and of course healthy too.In march I was concentrated only on south indian vegetarian recipes i.,e out telugu cuisine..Like curries,fries,gravies and kheer recipes mostly..So,this is also one of the kheer which I tried one fine day afternoon after preparing the lunch..It`s an unexpected combination which I cooked according to my  mind orders.Yup..Do you people observed this?? Cooking should be done with heart which results into a great taste,But when you are trying to create a very new recipe,must listen mind which gives smart ideas..:) O.k!! In this recipe,first I thought to make some simple poha kheer,but mind told to add oats and in the ending heart forced to click to share it in the blog.That`s quite sweet long story.:)




A half-cup serving of a leading brand of quick oats (cooked with milk) contains the following:
190 calories
27 grams of carbohydrates
4 grams of fiber
5 grams of protein
3 grams of fat (.5 gram saturated)
10 percent daily value (DV) of iron
Oatmeal can be rich in other minerals. The same cup of plain, instant oatmeal contains:
25 percent DV of magnesium
30 percent DV of phosphorous
Significant amounts of selenium, copper and manganese
Preventing oxidation of arteries
Curbing weight gain
Preventing type 2 diabetes
Bolstering the immune system



3 cups 3% fat milk 
½ cup of thick aval / flattened rice / poha
1/2 cup oat meals
1 cup jaggery / bellam-coarsely powdered (or sugar)
1-2 tablespoon ghee
½ teaspoon cardamom powder
¼ cup of cashew nuts/alomnds, halved +raisins


Wash beaten rice well with water. Drain water and keep aside.
Heat a tea spoon of ghee in a non stick pan and roast  nuts+raisins on low heat til lightly golden and keep aside.
In same pan add 1 more  tea spoon of ghee and roast oats first n keep aside.again  tea spoon of ghee and roast poha..Keep aside.
Boil milk in the same pan and add washed poha+oats to the milk. Turn the heat to low and simmer the milk mixture until it thickens and the aval is cooked.
At this point add in the jaggery, cardamom powder and give a mixture a stir and simmer until the jaggery dissolves.
Turn off heat and throw in roasted nuts. Serve hot or cold.


You can use whole milk which gives very rich taste..

Replace oats or poha with semiya or sago pearls for a change.

You can use white sugar and skip jaggery.Use saffron strands if you have.

Nuts and ghee is your choice.If too health conscious use just 1 tsp ghee.

Use only 3/4 cup of jaggery or sugar if you want little bit less sweet.


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