25 June, 2012

Aval Payasam



Another Simple and delicious Payasam recipe for Day-2 of Blogging Marathon #17.Under Group~4  ,I have chosen “ "Indian Sweets -Payasam/Halwa ".This Recipe's adopted from Raks Kitchen. I tried Aval Payasam with sugar,couple of times. Adding Jaggery giving unique taste to it.Compared with sugar,jaggery’s a healthy option right?Quite simple and tasty recipe,can make it 5-10.Try it out and enjoy!!



 Ingredients:
  1. Aval/Poha-1 /2 cup
  2. Milk-1 to one and half cups
  3. Jaggery- 1/4 cup
  4. Ghee-2 teaspoon 
  5. Cashew nuts-Few
  6. Cardamom Powder
Method:
  • Add ghee in heavy bottom pan,roast cashew nut and roast it.Take it out and keep aside.
  • Put Aval  in same pan,roast well for 2 mins in low flame.
  • Pour milk in it.Stir well and cook it in low flame.
  • Add jaggery, cardamom powder  mix well.Add some more milk if needed.Cook it in low flame for just 1min,otherwise milk will start curdling.
  • Finally add in fried Cashew nuts and serve hot/chilled.
Note:

  • Can do this in this way also,After roasting Aval,blend it in to coarse powder and add it.
  • Reduce milk and add coconut milk in it.That's gives different TastE . 


Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#17

23 comments:

  1. Hi Prabha.. Congrats on you award..

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  2. Very smooth and delicious kheer...loved the presentation!

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  3. Wat an irresistible payasam, wish to have a bowl rite now.

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  4. looks so tempting - that last photo with the spoon makes me want to take a spoonful right now!!!

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  5. hi prabha, aval payasam really looks delicious!! wish to have now through pic!!!

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  6. Wow love that colour! I normally made with sugar, am sure with jaggary it tasted great as well..

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  7. Love this payasam, and it's easy to make too..

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  8. looks too good!..very flavorful.Nice clicks.

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  9. Payasam looks very tempting. Love the fact you used jaggery instead of sugar. Yummy!!

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  10. yummy and delicious looking payasam...i too love this jaggery version :)

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  11. What a coincidence Prabha! I too posted aval payasam with coconut milk and jaggery.Payasam looks tempting and clicks are awesome.....

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  12. Awesome click and delicious recipe...

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  13. aval payasam looking very delicious :)

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  14. What a great looking payasam! I am sure it tastes equally great if not more.

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  15. never thought of different payasams. 8 types of payasams ...wonderful. Ur recipes are explained in a simple way and let me try and comment again about the taste. All the best Prabha.

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