Inflation

Inflation has raised to 9.11 percent.

The Prices of things are increased by 9.11 percent this month and inflation has increased.

inflation is increasing day by day in Pakistan. So Rabwah is also under the effect of an increase in prices.

People are doing the shopping for eid and they are facing very troubles because things are out of their budget.

It is very difficult for a poor man to buy clothes and do eid shopping for their kids, and they have appealed to the government to reduce prices so they can also enjoy the happiness of Eid

 

Kheer

Making kheer is now become easy.

People will be enjoying Eid tomorrow so we have made easy to cook their favorite dessert for them.
Here is the Kheer recipe read and make a delicious kheer for you and your family.
Kheer
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A Pakistani rice pudding, Kheer is infused with cardamom and slow cooked for a couple of hours. The end result is nothing short of magical!
Author: Rookie With A Cookie
Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: Pakistani
Serves: 4-5
Ingredients
  • 4½ cup whole milk
  • ¼ cup uncooked rice
  • 7 tbsp sugar
  • 4-5 cardamom pods
  • Crushed nuts to garnish (pistachio, cashews, blanched almonds)
Instructions
  1. First, we are going to OVER cook the rice in boiling water for 10-12 minutes, until they get really soft and mushy.
  2. Next, strain the rice and with the back of a fork, mash it well until it resembles oatmeal.
  3. Next, heat up the milk in a stainless steel deep saucepan and let it come to a gentle simmer.
  4. Open the cardamom pods and add it to the milk. (Once Kheer is done, you can simply take out the husk since we’re only using 5 pods.)
  5. Next, add the rice and sugar. The rice will be clumpy but as it cooks, it will break down.
  6. Now on very low heat, cook the Kheer for 3 hours. Make sure you stir every once in a while. The milk will inevitably catch at the bottom so make sure you use a stainless steel pot because if you use a non-stick saucepan, the brown bits will peel off as you stir and distribute throughout the Kheer. That would be gross!
  7. After 3 hours of slow cooking, the Kheer will have thickened. It should fall in little clumps from the spatula (see the video for clarity).
  8. Immediately pour in terracotta bowls and garnish with crushed nuts. The skin that forms on the surface is the BEST part!
  9. Let Kheer cool in serving the dish for 15-20 minutes before serving.
  10. You can keep this in the fridge covered for up to 3 days but who’s even saving for later.