Yummy Kheers and Payasams

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  1. krishnaamma

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    Simple and Quick Delicious Payasam


    Ingredients:

    Cooked Rice 1 cup
    Cashew nuts ½ cup
    Milk 1 cup
    Sugar 2 cups
    Cardamom powder
    Ghee 2 sp
    Kis mis 10 – 12 wash and clean

    Method:

    Just put cooked rice, sugar and cashew nuts in a mixer grinder and grind well.
    Add milk and grind well.
    In a pan pour ghee and fry some kis mis.
    Add the grind mixture and bring it to a boil.
    Add cardamom powder and mix well.
    Remove from the fire and serve.
    This is all time favorite in my house.
     
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    Simple and Quick Delicious Payasam 2

    Ingredients:

    Cooked Rice 1 cup
    Condensed milk 200 gms
    Cardamom powder
    Ghee 2 sp
    Kis mis 10 – 12 wash and clean
    Cashew nuts 1 tab sp crushed

    Method:

    Just put cooked rice and (milk maid) condensed milk in a mixer grinder and grind well.
    In a pan pour ghee and fry some kis mis & cashew nut.
    Add the grind mixture and bring it to a boil.
    Add cardamom powder and mix well.
    Remove from the fire and serve.
    This is also a favorite item in my house.
     
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    Banana Payasam / Nendram Palam Payasam

    Ingredients:

    Riped Banana ( Nendram palam) 3
    Jaggery 2 cups
    Coconut milk 1 cup - thick milk
    Coconut milk 2 cups - thin milk
    Cardamom powder ½ sp

    Method:
    Cut the fruit into small pieces.
    Cook them in Coconut thin milk.
    Till they become slight pink.
    Add powdered jaggery and mix well.
    Allow it to cook.
    Now add Coconut’s first milk. That is thick milk and mix well.
    Add cardamom and remove from the fire.
    It is kerela preparation; tastes great.

    Note: whenever you use coconut milk, use thin milk for cooking and at the end only you can use the think one. After adding the thick milk you have to remove from the fire.
     
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    Tender Coconut/ Elaneer valukai Payasam

    Generally we drink 'ela neer and eat the valukai'. Instead of that use the 'valukai' (tender coconut) to make payasam. It is a good payasam. Prepare this and send your comments.

    Ingredients:
    Finely chopped tender coconut 1 cup
    Sugar 2 cups
    Coconut milk 1 cup
    Full cream milk 2 cup
    Cardamom powder 1/2 sp

    Method:

    Just boil the milk by adding sugar for about 10 - 15 mins.
    Add the finely chopped tender coconut pieces and bring it to a boil.
    Remove it from the fire and add coconut milk.
    Mix well and keep it in fridge.
    Serve chill.
     
    Last edited: Mar 16, 2008
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    DEar Krishnamma,

    Your recipes look very delicious. .Actually my Mom has gone on a pilgrimage and she is the one who always prepares Payasums. I was missing it .Especially Adda Pradaman and Chakka Vertiye Payasum, Now I guess I can try a few of your recipes and also share them with Mom when she comes.
    Thankyou so much..

    Regards,
    Devika
     
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    Dear Devika,

    :thankyou2: for your post. Try the recipes and give me a Feed Back. I think you will make your mother happy. All the Best!
     
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    Dear Sumathy,

    I was looking at all your payasam recipes today and they all look yummy. I will try the easy (cooked rice + cashew) payasam and post a FB soon. These days in Trivandrum, they serve boondi payasam for the engagement dinner during a marriage. Can you post that recipe, if possible? Thanks.

    affly
    Vidya
     
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    Re: Tender Coconut/ Elaneer valukai Payasam

    Wow, I miss being in India. We get canned coconut water.. but not sure if i can get valukai :(

    Thanks for the delicious yummu payasams, Krishnamma
     
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    Boondi Payasam

    Hi Vidya,

    Here is Boondi Payasam. Try this too and give me FB.

    Ingredients:

    Full cream milk 400 ml
    Condensed milk 200 ml
    Boondi 1 cup ( prepare boondi with out sugar or salt)
    Sugar 1 cup
    Cardamom powder 1/2 sp
    Cashewnut 10 -12 (crush it)
    Ghee 2 sp

    Method:
    Boil milk and reduce it by 1/2.
    Reduce the flame and add condensed milk and bring it to a boil.
    Add sugar and stir well.
    Add cardamom powder.
    In another pan pour ghee and fry crushed cashew nuts and keep aside.
    If you want to add some food colour you can add.
    Mix well and keep aside.
    Before serving, add boondi and fried cashew nuts and serve immediately.
    Very delicious payasam. Children like this very much.
     
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    dear Nandshyam,

    You dont get valukai in US? :eek:mg: When you come to India tell me let me prepare this one for you dear.:2thumbsup:
     

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