Sunday, October 23, 2011

RICE PAYASAM FROM KAILAS KITCHEN – REMEMBERING JAYASREE SATISH

  I am really struggling to find words to write this post and can’t control tears rolling down from my eyes while writing this post. As a food blogger, we all will feel happy when someone tries our recipe and tell us they enjoyed the recipe very much. But Jayasree Satish is no more with us in this moment to enjoy the happy moments. Though i know only through facebook, i always love her smile and calmness in her face. To be more honest, i visited her blog for the first time a few days back and i am amazed to see very nice collection of recipes in her blog.
I tried rice payasam from her blog and that came out super delicious and my husband was asking me to make this again. When i told him about the source of recipe even he also felt very sad. Visit Kailas kitchen for the original recipe:
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INGREDIENTS:
RICE 3 TBLSP
COCONUT 1/2 CUP
MILK 1 CUP
GHEE 1 TSP
SUGAR 4 TBLSP
CARDAMOM POWDER A PINCH
CASHEW NUT 6-7 NO
  METHOD:
  • Soak the rice in water for 1/2 an hour.
  • Drain the water and grind this along with coconut into a fine paste.
  • In a pan, add 2 cups of water and the paste and cook it in a low flame stirring every now and then.
  • when this gets completely cooked (will be ready in 5-6 mins) add the sugar and stir well till it get dissolved.
  • Add milk to this and bring it to a boil keeping the flame low.Switch off the flame.
  • Fry the cashew nuts in ghee and add to the kheer.
  • Add cardamom powder to this. Mix well.
  • This really tasted well and since i am a big fan of coconut burfi i personally relished it to the core.
  • I made this on friday night as a dessert for dinner.
rice payasam
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15 comments:

  1. Jeyashri, thank you for posting this lovely tribute. She was one of the sweet person and a very talented girl at that.

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  2. This is great thing that is initiated for Jayashree Satish. We all came to know about her and her recipes thru this!!!

    My Kitchen Experiments

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  3. Hmm, looks so delicious and lovely payasam...

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  4. Its Very Sad,Mrs.Jayasree is not with us now, but she will live ever through her blog!
    Delicious payasam...

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  5. Yumm Rice Payasam Dearas a great Tribute to the Departed Soul.Luv it.

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  6. A very nice gesture Jeyashri....Payasam looks delicious & is a perfect tribute to her...
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  7. Delicious and yummy payasam....such a great gesture to dedicate to a blogger...

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  8. That is a lovely gesture jeyashri..I am sure all our prayers are with her family during this sad time!

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  9. Lovely tribute to a wonderful blogger, cant believe this..

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  10. wow..looks yummy ...my fav..wonderful clicks.

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  11. Delicous payasam n lovely tribute.

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  12. Appreciate your gesture....payasam has turned out really well

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  13. A lovely tribute to jeyashri. Payasam is so comforting and nice presentation.

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  14. Always "the best payasam"....
    very sad to know abt her...grt tribute...will miss her always...

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  15. su...ppper good madam !!! wohhh !! very nice !! simple presentation !!

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