Who says you can make only curries with Bottle guard? Payasa or kheer can also be made out of it and it is perfect if you want to hide veggies as much as possible in your kids food.
- Bottle guard – 3/4th size cut
- Coconut – 1/2 grated
- Jagerry – 1 cup
- Cashews – 10-12
- Ghee – 2 Tsp
- Elaichi – 5
- Wheat flour – 1 Tsp
Take the grated coconut in a mixer, add a little water and grind fine. Pour the coconut on a strainer and remove the milk. Keep this aside.
Repeat the process twice and remove the milk in a small cooker.
Fry cashew pieces in ghee and keep it aside.
Finely chop the bottle guard into tiny pieces. Add it to the small cooker with the coconut milk. Sprinkle a pinch of salt and cook it for 2 whistles. Once the pressure is released, add the jagerry and bring it to boil. If the consistency is too watery, dissolve one TSP of wheat flour in a TSP of milk or coconut milk and add it to the cooker.
Now add the first extracted milk kept aside and powdered elaichi. Add the fried cashews and switch off the flame.
Bottle guard Payasa is ready to be served!