Not a very common combination indeed, lahsun, lehsun or garlic kheer makes you ponder over its history and the ingredients list. For the unversed, lahsun kheer in fact dates back to the royal kitchens of the Mughal era. Otherwise called Benami kheer, lahsun ki kheer is among the almost lost recipes which you can make today with this recipe. It tastes like creamy almond kheer so don't worry. 

Lehsun Or Lahsun Ki Kheer Recipe Card

This is a Mughal era recipe which tastes like creamy almond and super divine.

Total Time :
60 min
Preparation Time :
30 min
Cooking Time :
30 min
Servings :
Cooking Level :
Kishori Sud


  • 2 Cups Milk
  • 1/4th Cup Slivers Of Garlic
  • A Pinch Of Saffron
  • Sugar As Per Taste
  • 1/8 Tsp Green Cardamom Powder
  • 1/4th Cup Vinegar


Step 1
Cut the garlic into thin slivers and soak them in vinegar for half an hour.
Step 2
Wash them in boiling water around four times to release the pungency and vinegar.
Step 3
Keep a few slivers aside.
Step 4
Boil the milk and a heavy bottomed pan and add the saffron to it along with the cardamom powder.
Step 5
When it reduces to 3/4th the quantity, add the slivers of garlic.
Step 6
Reduce the milk to half and then add in the sugar and mix well.
Step 7
In another pan, saute the garlic in little butter until crisp and light brown.
Step 8
Serve warm or chilled with the garnishing of the fried garlic.