Sep 22, 2008

PALPAYASAM


Long back I went to Guruvayur krishna temple there I had this payasam as prasadam from that time Ihad that taste in my mind and as soon i came home tryed that one and it came very well but not like guruvarappan prasadam i think that special taste is because of prasadam wow that was awesome, and after long time I tryed it now this time this was prity ok.So I want to share this with all of you and here's the recipe

Nellukuthari(or any other kerala rice normaly what they use for white rice)-- 1/4 cup (don't use basmathi rice)


milk -- 10 cups


sugar -- 2 cups


cardamom powder --1tea sp


Ghee --2 tab sp


cashew nuts --10 no.


raisins ---10 no.


Ghee for frying


condenced milk --1/2 tin


METHOD:----


Mix togather milk, rice,sugar, and 2 tabsp ghee take all these in a pressure cooker

cook on ahigh flame till the first whistle

soon after the first whistle lower the flame and cook for half an hour (don't worry about whistles just cook it in a very low flame for 30 minutes)

remove and cool

heat ghee in a pan fry cashews and raisins add to payasam

add condenced milk and cardamom powder and mix well

serve hot or chilled
This payasam goes to Festive food event started by Priti and Purva,theme for this month being Onam Celebration hosted by Priyanka at asankhana

14 comments:

Priti said...

Palpayasam looking divine....lovely pic

Sireesha said...

Palpayasam looks mouthwatering ,rich and creamy.

srikars kitchen said...

palpayasam looks yummy & awesome.. i like palpayasam .. thxs for sharing dear,,

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow looks so simple to make and awesome click of pics.

SriLekha said...

palpayasam looks delicious and its my all time favorite!
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VEGETABLE PLATTER said...

looks lovely .. its my most favourite among all payasams

notyet100 said...

rekha thanks aton for sending payasam for the event,..;-)

Purva Desai said...

Pal payasam looks really inviting and delicious...

Ramya Bala said...

ada ada ada..kalakureengale rekha pal payasam yummy o yummy

Usha said...

Pal payasam is my favorite payasam...yours looks creamy and delicious....

Rashmi said...

palpayasam looks yummy "rich inviting colour"....

Uma said...

oooh! pala payasam chala chala baagundi Rekha!

Reg. Vankaya: Meeru "Egire Paavuramaa" movie choosara! Daantlo oka paata vundi.."aha emi ruchi anaraa maimarachi" Vankaya taste gurinchi. Telugulo ela vachindante..In the settings page of our blog, in Basic Settings tab there is a check box like "allow transliteration?" and I clicked yes. It has so many Indian languages. Hope this helps.

Ok ippatike chala sutti kottanu. So bye for now. Have a great day!

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

your payasam looks delicious...

Dershana said...

Palpayasam is indeed a lord krishna favourite back home in kerala. you should sometime try the ambalapuzha temple payasam, it is renowned all over the state for it taste excellence. your payasam looks nice and creamy :-)