Wednesday, March 12, 2014

ELANEER PAYASAM |ELANEER PAYASAM RECIPE |EASY PAYASAM RECIPES

 Elaneer payasam
Have you ever tried Payasam with elaneer (tender coconut) !. Though i have heard this many times , never tasted this or made on my own at home. Last month when Suresh visited Chennai officially, he happened to taste this elaneer payasam in a restaurant and immediately he called me and told it tasted very nice. I am so curious to try this at home but don't have any clue as how to make it. I asked my mom and she told she had written this in her note book and she sent that book with my hubby. That book has lot of nice recipes , which my mom learnt from many source.
Elaneer payasam turned out extremely well and i highly recommend you to try this at home for a change from usual payasams. This kheer needs no cooking too. Sounds interesting right!


Ingredients
Elaneer Payasam

  Preparation Time : 15 mins | Cooking Time : Nil |   Serves : 2

    Tender coconut water(elaneer) 1 cup
    Tender coconut pulp ( Valuval )  4 tblsp
    Condensed milk  2-3 tblsp
    Thick coconut milk  1/4 cup
     Cashew nuts 2 (optional)


Elaneer payasam
Method:

  • In a vessel, add the coconut water. I used the Thai coconut available in local stores here. You can use the big one also.
  • Take out the soft pulp of the tender coconut. We call it valuval or vazhukkai in tamil.
  • grind this into a smooth paste.
soft coconut grind
  • Add this to the tender coconut water (elaneer)
  • Mix nicely. Add Condensed milk and coconut milk to this.
Coconut milk+tender coconut+coconut add condensed milk
  • Mix well and transfer it to serving bowls. 
  • Elaneer payasam
  • If you want you can add roasted cashew nuts.
  • Serve Chilled.
  Elaneer payasam
Note:

  1. If you want to make coconut milk at home take 1 cup of  freshly scrapped coconut and add few tblsp of water and mix this nicely. 
  2. Squeeze out the coconut and extract the milk. You will get thick coconut milk.
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19 comments:

  1. I love elaneer payasam...looks yummy..perfect for the summers

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  2. thank u.i uploded to fb.u r recipes will be popular

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  3. Never tasted before, sounds so cooling :) Wonderful for this summer

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  4. nice treat for this summer I don't add condensed milk

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  5. this sounds really refreshing... so good....

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  6. I am a coconut lover and this is going into my to-do list. I have a question, is there a way to replace the condensed milk. Condensed milks are a No-No to me. Too much sugar and preservatives.

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    1. You can try adding sugar and little milk. Hope it should turn out well.

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  7. Looks inviting. have seen on TV.

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  8. wow! very tempting and refreshing payasam..

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  9. Delicious payasam, have to make some soon, inviting they are.

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  10. Where do you find such cute spoons Jeyashree? I so love this simple yet healthy dessert! I make this with nungu too

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    1. Anusha, spoon i think i bought here in Singapore. Not sure. With nungu this will taste awesome too

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  11. Even I had tasted this elaneer paayasam long time back in raddison hotel in chennai and tasted awesome,. Thank u soo much for the recipe jey. Its so easy.. and its a summer beater too..

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  12. Nice Post. I tasted this earlier at Krishna Sweets Restaurent in Chn. It tastes awesome. I tried this last year with mixing some nungus and milk instead of condensed milk. It tastes so good and cool. you can keep this in fridge for half an hour and 1 hr so and drink.

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  14. Never heard it :D must try one :D

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  15. Bookmarked this one and sure will give a try on this

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  16. Heard a lot about this payasam. Never tried eating or making them. Pics look very tempting. BTW.., very cute spoon :)

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  17. I am DR.P.Mohan kumar mam....i have so interest in cooking...bcoz then only i can able to give tips for my patients....i read most of ur receipes please b cautious in indicating the age group,fit for diabetic and hypertensive patients etc....hope u understand


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