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A BENGALI RECIPE -
Boil one litre of cowmilk and make it a bit thicker. Add well washed Basmati Rice 200 gms. Add sugar 300 gms. Again boil it and stir it well contiuously. It will get more thicker and. If you wish, you can add at this stage pieces of cashew nuts, dried grapes, mango flake pieces etc.

This is called "Payes". Believe me dear, you will fall in love of it once you taste it.

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Asked by Indra Datta, 24 Jan '08 03:06 pm
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1.

Gr8 receipe............but i hate milk.......
Answered by rakesh, 24 Jan '08 03:07 pm

 
  
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Hi payes or khir is not unique to Bengal. It is made all over India. If you have the secret recipe for typical Bengali sweets like - Misti Dahi, Sandesh, rasoogulla or Pantuaa - as they make it in Bangal just share them.
Answered by Shyam, 24 Jan '08 03:15 pm

 
  
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Dear Indra this is not only a Bengal recipe it is very popular among Oriya family. It is very common on feast during wedding, Griha Praschitha, Birthday part etc. I appreciate your likeingness for Payas.
Answered by sudhakar pradhan, 24 Jan '08 03:11 pm

 
  
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My mouth is watering! Yummi. Thanks for the same.
Answered by sk anarkat, 24 Jan '08 03:07 pm

 
  
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OK
Answered by Sachin Rastogi, 24 Jan '08 03:12 pm

 
  
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Wow!! My mouth is already watering !!! We call it kheer in Punjabi.
Answered by Nisha, 24 Jan '08 03:09 pm

 
  
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