Eggnog Carrot Kheer/Pudding#SundayFunday

Winter carrots have started to flood the market. When we were doing our weekly grocery my hubby seen the carrots and said make carrot kheer. It just then clicked why don't I make this with a twist. So used my Eggnog to make this creamy delicious Kheer.

2 Cups Grated Winter(Red) Carrots
1 Cup + 1½ Cup Whole Milk
1 Cup Homemade Eggnog 
¼ Cup Granulated Sugar
1 Teaspoons Cardamom powder
½ Cup Fresh Cream
For Garnish
A few silvered Almonds
A few Raisins
A Dash Cinnamon & Cardamom powder
In a heavy bottom pan add the grated carrot and a cup of milk
Bring this to a boil and then reduce the flame and let it simmer till the carrots are nearly cooked. 
Then add the sugar and  cups milk let this cook till the carrots are softened and are fully cooked.
Now add in the Homemade Eggnog and on low flame keep stirring continuously till the pudding / kheer thickens. 
Please note if you do not stir continuously it will curdle. So take care at this stage. When it thickens switch off the flame add the cardamom powder and fresh cream give it a good mix. Add in the chopped nuts. Reserve some for garnish.
Serves chilled with a dash of cardamom and cinnamon powder. Enjoy this delicious Creamy Eggnog Carrot Kheer.
Labels: Kheer, Pudding, Eggnog, Homemade, Carrot, Sweets & Desserts, Sunday Funday
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    Sneha's Recipe

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    1. Love this recipe! I love carrots...and combining them with eggnog sounds perfect! Naturally sweet and creamy! - Faith, Hope, Love, & Luck - Colleen

    2. What a great way to get some extra veggie servings into your families tummies.

    3. An interesting twist Sneha, giving carrot kheer a new avatar. Bet you must be so creamy.

    4. Eggnog with carrots definitely sounds good!