Nov 2, 2008

BROKEN WHEAT PAYASAM

Broken wheat -- 1/2 cup
Milk --- 2-3 cups
Sugar --- 1 tab sp
Catdomom powder --- 1/2 tea sp
Cashew nuts -- 10 broken
Raisins --- 10
Ghee -- 1 tea sp
Water -- 2 cups

METHOD :---
Heat ghee in a pressure cooker add broken cashew nuts and raisins fry till golden colour and remove and leave aside.
Now add broke wheat to the same ghee and fry for a while and add 1 cup milk and 2 cups of water and cook till 3 whistles.
Remove from heat and let it cool then open and add sugar ,fried cashews and raisins ,cardomom powder mix well .
Now add 2 more cups boild milk and mix well and serve hot.
I enjoyed this as a break fast with crispy tost.
You can add any other dry fruits and even fresh fruits also.

22 comments:

Unknown said...

That is a great theme going Indian! Good luck running the marathon.

Priya Suresh said...

WOw rekha Paayasam looks delicious...am happy to run along with u in RM#2...

Indian Khana said...

Gr8 way to start your marathon...payasam looks so nice and yummy...Gud Luck dear

Deepthi Shankar said...

goos luck with the marathon rekha

Lakshmi said...

Good Luck with the Marathon dear and broken wheat payasam looks delish

Unknown said...

Kalakunga !!! looks delicious...

Srivalli said...

wow thats great one..I am sure you can cook them!..

Srikitchen said...

wow really a healthy sweet!

Medhaa said...

Very nice, looks yummy.

Lovely running the marathon with u. Good Luck

Padmajha said...

Nice recipe to start the marathon with..Nice to be running with you

Bhawana said...

nice theme dear. love the pic its delicious.

raaji said...

love this payasam....so tasty..

Divya said...

hello rekha....lovely payasam..im fan of milk based dessert....very happy to join with u all in marathon....

CurryLeaf said...

Lovely Payasam

Unknown said...

Paayasam looks yummy. good luck for ur marathon.

Unknown said...

Yummy payasa, nice presentation too.

Unknown said...

Hey nice payasam! We also make a dessert with broken wheat called Ksheere. Your pic look beautiful!

Uma said...

payasam looks delicious Rekha! Good luck with the marathon.

kamala said...

Nice to run with you Rekha..Payasam looks delicious

Vibaas said...

Good luck with Recipe Marathon! Can't wait for all the different recipes that you are gonna post :)

Divya Kudua said...

A sweet start to our exciting marathon...I love this payasam,though its been ages since I had it..shall try it out soon..!!

Recipeswap said...

Thats picture perfect.......beautiful.All the best for your marathon.