Sabudana Moong Dal Payasam

Sabudana Moong Dal Payasam

Sabudana Moong Dal Payasam is a creamy payasam made with sago and moong dal. The moong dal makes it very creamy and this makes it a perfect sweet for any time. As I was mentioning, payasams are often made at home, by varying the ingredients. So this time, we added moong dal to the sagubiyam […]

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Kesar Seviyan Kheer

Kesar Seviyan Kheer

Kesar Seviyan Kheer is a rich creamy milk pudding made with the goodness of milk with saffron and vermicelli. This can be made for any festival occasion and is easy to make. When I requested Priya to get me more saffron from Dubai, it was all packed to Amma and she has ever since been […]

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Badam Sabudana Kheer

Badam Sabudana Kheer

Badam Sabudana Kheer or Almond Sago Pudding is a delicious Indian pudding made with ground almonds and Sago. It’s a sinful combination that is creamy and healthy as well. Sweets are a must for all festival occasions and it is also made during weekend meals. Amma always makes some payasam for Saturday Poojas and since […]

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Yellow Pumpkin Kheer | How to make Lal Bhoplyachi Kheer

Yellow Pumpkin Kheer – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets I no longer lament on the speed with which the days seem to fly! Still it took me by surprise that we are already in Y. This is yet another of those tough alphabets, and given my theme being sweets it was tiresome.  I initially had […]

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Tandalachi Kheer | How to make Maharashtrian Rice Kheer

Tandalachi Kheer – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets We are on T and I opted to make a traditional Rice Kheer for the day. Kheer or Payasam as it is called in the south is a sweet dish prepared with either milk or coconut milk. Sweeteners can be sugar, jaggery, palm sugar etc. Depending on the […]

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Broken Wheat Kheer | Godi Kadi Payasa ~ Udupi Style

For the final and third day of Desserts, I have another Kheer made with Broken Wheat and Jaggary. This delicious kheer was part of the Udupi Thali and was inspired by this.  Broken Wheat is always stocked at home, even though I don’t always use it regularly. Athamma prefers to use this for her Upma […]

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Palada Pradhaman | Kerala Palada Payasam

We are coming to the final week of BM#57 this week. I don’t even want to talk about how each week is rolling away so quickly! Especially with me having the posts ready, I just didn’t realize where the time disappeared. I was simply loitering around and even though I had planned on some activities, […]

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Sago Fruits Pudding

I have always enjoyed the Sago. Somehow the pearly, silky, slimy Sagos have captured my attention for a long time. Sago is a starch extracted from the spongy centre of palm stems and is a commercial product. It requires overnight soaking before you could start using it in your dishes. However depending on the quality, […]

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Caramel Rice Payasam ~ Pressure Cooker Method

For the final day of cooking with a pressure cooker, it was to be a dessert. I had almost given up thinking what else to make other than the kesari and suddenly I remembered payasam as another option to make. Since we do serve payasam as a dessert, I thought it would suit best. Now […]

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Oats Dal Phirni | Oats Moong Dal Payasam

For the final day of Cooking from Book, I naturally had to select Sanjeev Kapoor. My first cooking show that I ever started watching was his program and I remember noting down recipes after recipe in every show. Amma and I would be watching it with such concentration that nobody could disturb us. We made […]

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