- Serves: 7 People
- Prep Time: 30 Minutes
- Cooking: 40 Minutes
- Calories: 795
- Difficulty: easy
This is a super delectable pure Bengali sweet dessert Luchir payesh made with deep fried puffy bread and reduced milk. The puffy breads get submerged in flavorful thickened milk and the symphony is created. This is an easy to make recipe where you made puri with kheer stuffing. I have shared a step by step recipe of how to make mawa stuffed pori with kheer any night at home. Try and enjoy.
- ___________For Luchi______________
- In a bowl add all purpose flour, butter or ghee, salt and knead it to form a medium soft dough by gradually adding the water.
- With the hands put some oil on all sides of dough, cover it and let it rest for 15 minutes.
- Mean while prepare the filling.
- In a heavy bottom pan add khoya, coconut, sugar, cardamom powder, salt, milk and combine everything.
- Cook on very low flame and don't stop stirring otherwise bottom will be burn.
- After some mins it will become very thick and start leaving bottom easily. Turn off the heat and keep aside for complete cool down.
- Now take a small portion of dough, roll it into luchi, add stuffing and close it.
- Then slightly roll again the luchi for a more flat look.
- Heat the ghee or oil in wok and fry the luchis one by another.
- Keep them aside.
- For syrup add milk in a pan and reduce it to half on medium flame.
- Then add sugar and powdered milk and mix till both dissolves.
- Add ghee and mix again.
- Then add dry fruits and cardamom powder in it.
- Mix well and when you see that milk is thickened and a little bit consistency like rabdi, add luchi to this milk.
- Cook for another 2 minutes and switch off the flame.
- Take it out in the serving bowl, and serve chilled.
- __________________Note: You may even use the khoya filling without cooking it. Just mix khoya, coconut, sugar, cardamom powder, salt and mil powder together.
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