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You can’t think of Navratri without thinking about the delicious desserts – especially the kheers! But if you feel guilty every time you see a bowl of mouth-watering kheer, then this one’s for you – a protein, calcium and fibre-rich kheer that you can enjoy anytime.

And to make it diabetes-friendly, we’re even adding sabja seeds to it which will reduce the overall glycemic index of the dish – so go on and try this at home.

Serves – 2

Ingredients:
Milk: 500ml
Paneer: 50g
Sabja seeds (Soaked): 1 tablespoon or 10g
Almonds: 4 pieces
Walnuts: 4 pieces
Sugar: 10 grams (You can even add artificial sweetener)
Cardamom powder: A pinch

Method:
1) Heat milk in a wide-bottomed pan. Let it heat till it thickens a bit. Keep stirring it for 5-6 minutes. Add sugar and then continue to stir it for a while.
2) Add the grated paneer to the thickened milk and mix it for a while.
3) Turn off the flame. Add the chopped nuts and soaked sabja seeds to the kheer.
4) Mix well and serve it hot.  

NUTRITIVE VALUE:

IngredientsAmount
   g/ml
Energy
  Kcal
Carbohydrate
      g
Protein
      g
Fat
    g
Calcium
    mg
Fiber
   g
Milk (Toned)500ml16224.716.3590
Paneer50g1286.29.47.3238
Sabza seeds10g506222
Almonds8g481.64.7181
Walnuts8g531.158
Sugar10g4010
TOTAL4814730.4198543

* Values mentioned above are based on the recent IFCT,2017 values. 

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