BISMILLAH HIR RAHMAN NIR RAHEEM
This was actually sugarcane kheer from my newspaper cuttings recipes. And my bestest friend had given me a stern warning not to have sugarcane juice ever. That is because sugarcanes have a property to soak in the water. The people who sell sugarcane juice on the road side stall usually stock up sugarcanes just at the side of their stalls wherein dirty water also flows from beneath it. This dirty water is absorbed by the sugarcanes and thats what goes into our tummy when we drink its juice.
I always get tempataions whenever I pass on a sugarcane juice stall. Many times I also argue with my friend ki ek baar pine se kya bigad jayega but she is adamant. However when I got this recipe I instantly got a bahana to use sugarcane juice. Well but me being a good friend or atleast my friend thinks it that way :-D, I dropped the idea of using the sugarcane juice. However my experiMENTAL mind was running high searching an alternative. Thats when I saw a bottle of maazaa fruit juice in my refrigerator, my bro had bought it. The devil in me said yippie and immediately took it out for my further experimentations....... I used maazaa instead of sugarcane juice.
This recipe is just as crazy as me so try it on ur own risk. ;-)
Basmati tukra rice = 1/2 cup
Maazaa juice = 2 cups
1. Soak rice in water for 1/2 hr. Half cook it in pressure cooker for a few minutes.
2. Add the half cooked rice to the maaza juice and cook on slow flame for 25-30 mins..
3. When it comes to the required thickness switch off the flame.
4. Let it cool for sometime and grind it in mixer.
5. Serve it in a bowl garnished with dry fruits of choice...
Sending this Anyone Can Cook Event at Taste Of Pearl City.