Wednesday, September 8, 2010

PARRUPU PAYASAM RECIPE

KHEER MADE WITH MOONG DAL AND CHANNA DAL
         This payasam is made in our family during festivals like aavani avittam, ganesha chaturthi, karthigai deepam,pongal festival and other traditional festivals  also. My family loves all sweet dishes,especially the one which is made out of jagerrry .
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    Here is how i made this:
INGREDIENTS:
MOONGDAL 1/2 CUP
CHANNADAL 1/4 CUP
JAGERRY 1/2 –3/4 CUP
COCONUT(CUT INTO FINE BITS) 2 TBLSP
CASHEW NUTS FEW
GHEE 1 TSP
WATER 1 CUP
MILK 1 CUP
ELACHI POWDER A PINCH

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METHOD
  • In a kadai, add 1/2 tsp of ghee and fry the moongdal and channa dal till it emits a nice aroma.
  • Be careful, it shouldn’t get burnt.
  • Pressure cook this by adding 3/4 cup of water.

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  • Add the remaining ghee and fry the cahewnuts and the coconut bits seperately, till golden brown.
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  • In a kdai add the jagerry and melt this by adding 1/4 cup of water to it.
  • If u want more sweetness add 1 cup of jagerry ,otherwise 3/4 will be ok .
  • when  it is completely meted filter this,to remove the impurities.
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  • Boil this jageery water for 3-5 mins in a low flame.
  • Now add the cooked dal to this and mix well.
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  • Now add the boiled and cooled milk to it.
  • Mix well and switch off the flame….
  • Garnish with nuts and coconut bits before serving.
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  • The coconut bits in the payasam will give an awesome taste.paruppu payasam 2

Note:
  1. You can replace coconut milk instead of milk.
  2. If doing so, take a thick extract of coconut milk of 1/2 cup and add to the payasam ,after swtiching off the flame.
  
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29 comments:

  1. Looks so yum...luv the click. Havent tried this parupu payasam..looks so tempting

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  2. Yummy,I love this payasam,never added coconut bits though I have heard a lot,looks really tempting :)

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  3. A very healthy and delicious payasam.

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  4. That coconut pieces attract me a lot Jeys .. Loved the first photograph..

    of all payasams, this is my favourite ..but never added 2 dhals .. looks so very tempting ...

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  5. I have made moong dal halwa..never tried its payasam though..looks delish!!

    US Masala

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  6. wow parrupu payasam looks delicious ...very tempting click

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  7. This is my most fav payasam...but tried with chana dal...the recipe sounds kool

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  8. Payasam looks yummy,loved the click..

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  9. Nice payasam with lovely presentation dear

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  10. This is really making drool :)
    such a lovely & tasty payasam and great click dear:)

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  11. Lovely...Very timely recipe for vinayaka chathurthi..

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  12. My favorite payasam !!! Looks so perfect feel like taking a mouthful from the screen. Love it. Do check out my new event at

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  13. Delicious and tempting payasam..makes me drool..

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  14. two different dals...really interesting...i used to do with moongal dal...but never tried with chenna dal....nice presentation and click!

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  15. Hi.. Wonderful payasam.. It was last skanda shasti I made this payasam.. Looks very tempting.. Will make it for vinayagar chaturthi.. Nice step by step photos..

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  16. Looks yummy!!! Awesome Clicks!!! :)

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  17. Very nice Jeyshri.. Ur cooking seem to have lot of Iyer touch..

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  18. I make this payasam but I use only channa dal .Very nice Jayashree .Have a nice Vinayagar chathurti tomorrow

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  19. A very delicious and nutritious payasam! Looks great and tempting!

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  20. payasam has come out really good Jeyashri.

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  21. bookmarked. Pics are so inviting
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  22. Upto How many whistles Do I pressure cook the dal mixture?
    BTW u have a wonderful space...love all the recipe and the detailed recipes along with the pics.This helps a lot to try the new dishes even :)
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    1. I generally pressure cook this for 3-4 whistles. Thank you so much for the nice words

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  23. Hi Jeyashri,

    I tried it, tasted awesome.
    Thanks for wonderful recipe. I have tried alot of ur recipes like rava pongal, pulli upma... loved every bit of it. I hope u will post even more recipes.

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