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Posted by on Sep 23, 2014 in Other | 0 comments

Chirar Payesh / Flattened Rice Pudding

Chirar Payesh

 

Flattened rice / Chira is also known as  Poha, Powa, flat rice, Pressed rice, Flaked rice. Chirar Payesh / Flattened Rice Pudding is traditionally made in North part of Bangladesh (North Bengal) with Kataribhog Chira(which is aromatic and bit thicker than usual rice). If you can’t find Kataribhog chira, use the thickest Flattened rice / Chira you get from market. For sweetness Khejurer gur (date sugar) is used traditionally, please try to use Khejurer gur (date sugar). If you are unable to get this, use brown sugar. Though it pretty simple dessert, you have to constant stir it .So make it when you have free enough time.

Ingredients:

  • ½ cup Flattened rice / Chira
  • 2 tablespoon rice flour
  • 2 and ½ litre milk
  • 1 cup Khejurer gur ( date sugar) / brown sugar or to taste
  • 2 cardamom pods

 

chira

 

 

How to make:

  1. Wash Flattened rice / Chira and strain the water. Need to be careful with wash it. After straining soak it with 1 cup milk.
  2. Mix ½ cup milk with rice flour and keep aside.
  3. Boil the rest of milk and cardamom together and bring it to boil. Stir occasionally.
  4. Add rice flour mix in boiling milk and stir constantly.
  5. Boil about 12-15 minutes and add milk soaked Flattened rice / Chira.
  6. Cook 15 minutes more or when Flattened rice / Chira is cooked and milk becomes your desire constancy, add Khejurer gur (date sugar) / brown sugar.
  7. Stir it and cook it till sugar dissolves. Remove Chirar Payesh / Flattened Rice Pudding from heat.
  8. Pour it in serving dish and let it cool down. Put it in refrigerator.
  9. Serve Chirar Payesh / Flattened Rice Pudding chilled.
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Rownak loves to cook bangladeshi food and share her bengali recipes on her cooking blog. Rownak is determined to introduce all the authentic bangladeshi cuisine to the world and let everyone realise what they were missing out! She is based on sunny Queensland (Gold Coast) in Australia. Rownak writes for a number of bangladeshi cooking blog.

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