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Monday, July 4, 2011

PANEER PAYASAM/PANEER KHEER

EASY WAY OF MAKING BASUNDI.

       This paneer kheer i tried out recently after seeing it in Sharmilee's space. I tried this on the day she posted the paneer payasam recipe. It came out very delicious and it tasted very similar to basundi. So here is my version of paneer kheer recipe adopted from an excellent blog Sharmis Passion. Click here for the original recipe.
paneer payasam
INGREDIENTS:
PANEER(SCRAMBLED) 1/2 CUP
MILK 500 ML
CORN FLOUR 2 TSP
CONDENSED MILK 1/2 CUP
ELACHI POWDER A PINCH
CASHEW NUTS 10 NO
ALMONDS 5-6 NO.
SUGAR 1 TBLSP (OPTIONAL)
SAFFRON 7-8 STRANDS
Paneer Payasam
METHOD:
  • Bring  the paneer in room temperature.
  • Boil the milk and when is starts boiling just bring the flame to low.
  • Mix the corn flour with warm milk(keep aside 2 tblsp of milk when it is warm) without any lumps.
  • Soak saffron in a tblsp of warm milk for few minutes.
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  • Add the corn flour mixture to the milk and stir it nicely without getting burnt in the bottom of the saucepan.
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  • Coarsely grind the paneer cubes in the mixie or scramble it with hands.
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  • Just add this to the milk and stir this for 2-3 mins and add the condensed milk.(if adding sugar add at this stage.)
  • Add elachi and the saffron milk to this .
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  • Switch off the flame and allow it to cool.
  • Keep this in the refrigerator for 4-5 hours and serve chilled.
  • Garnish with chopped nuts.
Panner payasam
NOTE:
  1. After adding the corn flour this wont turn too thick,but once it is cool it will be thickened.
  2. If ur using panner block just grate it in a carrot grater.

34 comments:

  1. Wow,looks so appealing,I too have this in my to do list from her blog,the pics are really nice :)

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  2. Super rich and creamy kheer looks simply out of the world, soo tempting..

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  3. wow....very delicious kheer

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  4. Nice n yummy kheer...love this..

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  5. Wow beautiful clicks and yummy it looks...nice thick kheer u have got. Grinding the paneer is a nice idea instead of crumbling with hands. Thanks for trying and glad it turned out good :)

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  6. wow super yummy kheer even i was waiting to prepare this after seeing at sharmi's blog.. am tempted..

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  7. Mmmmm...rich and creamy Kheer....mouthwatering.....

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  8. Wow..that looks so yumm. Lovely clicks!

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  9. Wow, making payasam in paneer is very new to me. looks rich and delicious :)

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  10. Delicious and rich creamy kheer,lovely presentation.

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  11. very rich payasam!!lovely click!

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  12. I'm just gone to heaven seeing this..
    Tasty Appetite

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  13. Wow jeyashri yummy kheer, wonderful clicks...My fav background colour and too gud presentation...

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  14. Wow...this looks incredible, not long ago ever since I saw paneer payasam, I always think to make and end up cooking with something else..I have to try this out soon...

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  15. I bookmarked this from Sharmilees blog and now your one tempts me a lot :) Lovely background for the pic. Your clicks are awesome day by day :)

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  16. Looks so creamy and yummy!

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  17. Easy and flavorful payasam... Looks so rich and creamy...

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  18. Eye catching, rich and creamy kheer.

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  19. So luscious n creamy ~ beautifully recreated n a such a gorgeous presentation!
    US Masala

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  20. Very delicious kheer !! tempting clicks !!

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  21. Wonderful and innovative recipe. Paneer payesam looks yummy, tempting and delicious. Very beautifully presented.

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  22. looks rich and delicious dear....
    pretty clicks :)

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  23. This looks so gud ...fab pics dear ...very tempting ....I was eying this too :)

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  24. nice presentation..looks tempting..

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  25. looks delicious and mouthwatering. Excellent preparation.

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  26. Superb Payasam..What a delicious recipe!! Sure a must try for paneer lovers!

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  27. You have a lovely blog here. Loved your collection of recipes! This payasam looks awesome...
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  28. Yes, I do remember seeing it on Sharmi's place... sounds fabulous. Hope to try it someday.. esp. if it tastes like basundhi.

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  29. Lovely snaps dear! very innovative idea to use paneer!

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  30. How creamy and delicious the dessert look!

    Lite Bite

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  31. Looks so delicious Jaishree!

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