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Sunday, September 11, 2011

Moong dal Kheer / Parippu payasam ; Hang over of Onam n Cute Triple Awards :-)

At last Onam got over very soon and we actually celebrated it yesterday with a pot luck party with friends.Each of us prepared and garnished the banana leaves with the same enthusiasm as in Kerala.I prepared the pullissery and parippu payasam.Although its a familiar recipe to many but parippu payasam,ada pradhaman , paal payasam are the main dessert served in the banquet lunch in Onam.We had both paal payasam and parippu payasam in our sadya.So ,friends enjoy this yummy payasam recipe with me.






Ingredients
split moong dal / cherupayar parippu - 1kg
jaggery - 1.3kg
coconut milk thick - 4cups
coconut milk thin -2 cups
raisins - 1/2 cup
cashew nuts - 1 cup
cardamom powder  - 4tsp
dry ginger powder - 2 tsp
cumin powder -1 tsp
ghee 5 tsp





Method
  • Dry roast the split moong dal in a kadai for 5-6 minutes till a light brown colour appears or a nice aroma comes out.
  • Melt the jaggery in 1 1/2 cups of water by warming it up and sieve for the impurities.
  • Wash the moong dal and put it in a pressure cooker with adequate water ,cook it till 2 whistles.( Note the quantity your pressure cooker can hold)
  • After releasing pressure from cooker, add the jaggery 3/4 th and give a quick stir.Cook with the jaggery till the dal absorbs the sweetness and the water is slightly dried up.Keep it on low- medium flame and continous stirring is required.Check the sweetness and then add the remaining jaggery if required as per your tolerance.
  • Add the thin coconut milk and cook for another 10 minutes till the payasam thickens.
  • In the other burner,place a pan and pour ghee in it.Fry the raisins and cashews and add 3/4 thto the boiling payasam.
  • Add the dry ginger powder,cardamom powder, cumin powder. Keep stirring.
  • Lower the flame when the consistency is thick and then add the thick cocnut milk .
  • Put off the flame and garnish with left over cashews and raisins.
Servings 25 bowls



TIPS
- If you are preparing a smaller quantity ,adjust the ratio of dal n jaggery accordingly





I would like to thank  Jay @ Tasty Appetite   for passing me the cute triple awards :-) , Also check out her space for exotic recipes..






Also,I would like to pass it to the following friends.So friends grab them and  add it to your achievements and pass it to others to keep the ball rolling :-)

1. Anu
2.Suja
3.Divya
4.Deepa
5.Shireen
6.Madhura manoj
7.Aipi
8.Sangeetha
9Santosh
10.Nitha

Sending this to The Kerala Kitchen ,this month hosted by Divya of Easy cooking

28 comments:

Sarah said... Best Blogger Tips

lovely payasam! And you made it with 1kg of parippu! awesome!

julie said... Best Blogger Tips

@ sarah: yes, dear.. V had a pot luck sadya so, I had to prepare with 1 kg parippu..Thanx for your quick response..

divya said... Best Blogger Tips

Interesting recipe ,looks yummy too:)

munchmunchcrunchcrunch said... Best Blogger Tips

looks yummy...congrats on your awards

-Aarthi @Munchmunchcrunchcrunch
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sangee vijay said... Best Blogger Tips

wow..super payasam..u people are doing it with coconut milk thats very interesting the same i use to make with milk...going to try this way soon...congratz on your awards n u really deserve much more and thanx for sharing it with me...they mean a lot to me..thanx dear!!

divya said... Best Blogger Tips

congrats on your awards n u really deserve much more and thank u for sharing it with me...

Torviewtoronto said... Best Blogger Tips

yummy looking delicious kheer looks wonderful

Hamaree Rasoi said... Best Blogger Tips

Congrats on your awards and thanks a lot for passing it on to me. You are too kind. Payasam looks to be deliciously prepared and would definitely like to use your method in preparation.

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

ANU said... Best Blogger Tips

Thank you so much for sharing this award with me and other friends....
Awards and comments are always very inspiring....Thanks again dear Julie!!

Priti said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks yum n hope you had great celebration ....congrats on ur awards

SouthIndianHome said... Best Blogger Tips

Payasam looks delicious and inviting

Mélange said... Best Blogger Tips

That's awesome Julie.Drooling here.

Congrats on your Awards!

Radhika said... Best Blogger Tips

creamy looking kheer. Slurrppp.

Premalatha Aravindhan said... Best Blogger Tips

Congrats on ur Awards dear,Payasam luks so delicious...

Mina Joshi said... Best Blogger Tips

I loved this recipe. It's very new to me but sounds great as I like the taste of jaggery.

Mina

jeyashrisuresh said... Best Blogger Tips

very delicious and creamy texture of the payasam. craving for this now after my having my dinner

Suja said... Best Blogger Tips

Congrats on your awards dear..wish you many many more
Thanks so much for sharing these lovely awards with me too..so sweet of you..delicious and tempting payasam

aipi said... Best Blogger Tips

The payasam looks delightful ~ so rich n luscious!
Congrats on the well deserved awards n thanks for sharing, you are a sweetheart :)
USMasala

Santosh Bangar said... Best Blogger Tips

interesting and gr8 recipe pic are super
congrats for ur award thanks for sharing this with me.i feel honoured

julie said... Best Blogger Tips

Thank you all , friends .. Happy Blogging!!

Phone Systems said... Best Blogger Tips

I m happy to visit your blog. I got lots of information the which i search. Thanks a lot.

Veena Prem Kiran said... Best Blogger Tips

i had the oppurtunity to taste this payasam and is really awesome..and congrats Julie for the awards...

Sobha Shyam said... Best Blogger Tips

payasam looks authentic and delicious..nice to know u had a great time on Onam..

saleena said... Best Blogger Tips

Congrats on ur awards....Parippu payasam looks grt and yummy......

Vidhya said... Best Blogger Tips

Payasam looks so creamy and yummy.Congrats on your many awards.

Jay said... Best Blogger Tips

congrats dear...your blog very well deserve this n many more..:)
yet to try this recipe...awesome..
Tasty Appetite

Now Serving said... Best Blogger Tips

Payasam looks delicious, Julie :) congrats on your well-deserved awards dear :) cheers, priya

JishasKitchen said... Best Blogger Tips

wow...payasam looks very tasty...yummmy!!