Jan 3, 2017

Semiya Payasam

Starting this New year with a sweet dish. When I made semiya payasam with tomato rice for make a meal theme last month, I realized that I didn't posted a recipe for Semiya payasam till now.How surprising which I make very often that sweet recipe is not in my blog. Then I thought of posting semiya payasam recipe with a small twist.
                                                                  I have added roasted poppy seeds and almond paste and condensed milk to the semiya payasam to make it more flavor full and rich. Actually we don't add this poppy seeds and almond paste to the payasam. We just cook the semiya in milk and add sugar, cashews and raisins. But this poppy seeds and almond paste will give a delicious flavor to the semiya payasam. This Semiya Payasam is for my this month first week theme Milk Based Sweets.

So let's check the recipe....   
 Semiya (vermicelli) --- 1/2 cup
Milk  -----  500 ml
Sugar  ---  1/4 cup
Condensed milk  ---  1/4 cup
Cashew nuts  --- 10 broken
Raisins  ---  15
Almonds ---  5 soaked in warm water for 10 minutes
Poppy seeds  ---  1 tea sp
Cardamom powder  ---  1/2 tea sp
Ghee  ---  1 tab sp

1. Heat a pan and dry road poppy seeds for few seconds remove and set a side.
2. De-skin the soaked almonds add poppy seeds add little water make coarse paste and set a side.
3. Heat ghee in a pan add cashews fry till golden remove, fry raisins in the ghee remove and set a side.
4. Now add semiya to the same ghee fry till light golden, then add milk to the semiya mix well and let it cook till done it will take five minutes.
5. Add poppy seed and almond past, condensed milk mix well cook for two more minutes.
6. Add sugar mix well let it cook for few more minutes and switch off the heat, add fried cashew nuts and raisins mix well
Serve hot or chilled.. 
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Varada's Kitchen said...

Such a simple and delicious recipe. The addition of poppy seeds and almonds sounds great.

Sharmila kingsly said...

Simple yet yummy evergreen kheer :)

Srivalli said...

Very lovely pictures padma..and the semiya payasam sounds so sinful!

Nalini's Kitchen said...

All time favorite,looks so delicious.

Priya Suresh said...

Stunning clicks Padma, and the payasam looks absolutely rich and very tempting.

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said...

Love the addition of poppy seeds and almond! The payasam looks looks lovely!

Jayashree said...

Simple and delicious recipe.

Amara’s cooking said...

Love Semiya Payasam, yours look delicious.

Pavani said...

Yumm Padma. Love your delicious twist on good old semya payasam.

vaishali sabnani said...

The payasam looks wonderful , condensed milk makes it creamy . Happy New Year to you as well.

Archana said...

Sounds delicious nad yum. Looks like Bangalore is rubbing on you. Won't be long when you try Khus khus payasa.;D

Padmajha said...

Love the fist pic Padma! You have added extra deliciousness to this dish.Will try your version next time I make this kheer.

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said...

Love semiya payasam and yours looks perfect. Adding poppy seeds is something new for me.

Harini R said...

A staple at home but never added poppy seeds to this kheer.

cookingwithsapana said...

Payasam looks very inviting.

cookingwithsapana said...

Seviyan is a sinful dessert. Looks delicious.

preeti garg said...

PaYasam looks so creamy and tasty.