payasam /kheer

Coffe Pudding / Easy Coffee Pudding Receipe

Easy Coffee Pudding Receipe Coffee Pudding is the simple pudding which everyone can make easily. This is not only a favorite item of sweet lovers people who love coffee also a huge fan of this dessert. The taste of coffe powder combined with milk and fresh cream gives an extra yummy taste to this pudding. You can top it and serve this with chocolate sauce or chocolate shavings. Today we

Falooda

Falooda / Mixed Fruit Falooda Recipe Falooda is a cold dessert item which is popular in all over India. It is very easy to make at home. Our Falooda is a combination of mixed fruits, milk, soaked basil seeds also known as sabja seeds, sev or vermicelli and topped with vanila ice cream. It is a simple dessert made out of only few ingredients which is easily available in our

Paal Kozhukkattai / Rice Dumplings kheer

Rice dumplings kheer is a kerala dish, and its a favorite food for kids. We can make it by using rice powder and milk. Make a dough by using rice powder, salt and hot water. Then make very small size dumplings from this. Cook in a steamer, the dumplings are very soft. Paal kozhukkattai is an Indian recipe. We can make this in different ways; here I am showing you Kerala

Ponkala Payasam / Jaggery Rice Kheer

In Thiruvananthapuram capital city of Kerala, in South India celebrates Aattukaal Ponkala. Attukal temble described as Sabarimala of the women. The pongala mahothsavam is the most important festival of Attukaal Bhagavathy Temple. Only women are allowed to participate in the pongala. The ritual of cooking starts early in the morning and by noon. Then the chief priest of the temple arrives with the goddess’s sword and blesses the ladies by

MANGO PAYASAM  / How To Make Mango Kheer

MANGO PAYASAM RECIPE / How To Make Mango Kheer Hai friends, today we are going to try very tasty and yummy Mango Payasam or Mango Kheer. Payasam is a fravouite sweet dish of every one. Now it’s mango season, which is the best thing about summer. This mango recipe is made with ripe mangoes, which is an ideal dessert to enjoy this season. This recipe is too simple and easy

Semolina and Banana Porridge Recipe / Rava Kheer Recipe

Semolina and Banana Porridge Recipe | Rava Kheer Recipe | Sooji Kheer Recipe with step by step pictures. Hey buddies. Today I am sharing a very nutritious breakfast recipe. It’s a delicious porridge made using semolina or sooji and has bits of banana in it. If you are bored having breakfast cereal and oats every morning, then try this easy breakfast idea. You could also serve rava kheer as a dessert

Chakka Pradaman Recipe

Chakka Pradaman For Vishu Jack fruit pudding is one of the most delicious mouth watering kheer,usually prepares for Vishu Sadyas, as it is available in summer. This is the traditional sweet of Keralites. If you preserve jack fruit jam or varattiyathu, can use to make pradaman for onam sadya. Jack fruit is always healthy as it contains fiber ,vitamins and minerals. Ingredients Jack fruit-20 bulbs Jaggery-150 gm Cashew-15 nos Coconut milk

Arrowroot Payasam Recipe

Are you fed up with making same porridge for your child since long time. Here is the healthy alternative for that,arrowroot. It is easily digested and nutritious. It has high fiber content,vitamin B complex, which keeps the intestine healthy. It contains iron,calcium,zinc and minerals. Ancient times people were using arrowroot for porridge and liquid recipes. People are not aware of the health benefits. So now a days it is rarely using.

NEYPAYASAM

Neypayasam (നെയ്‌പായസം) is  a very simple, thick in consistency and delicious payasam made mainly using ghee, raw brown rice (ഉണക്കലരി) and jaggery. Since we use more quantity of ghee for its preparation than in any other payasams, we literally call it as Neypayasam. Most of the temples in Kerala prepare this tasty payasam as nivedyam and then offer to the devotees as prasadam. We normally prepare this payasam at home during

Ada pradhaman / Kerala style payasam (with jaggery and coconut milk)

Ada pradhaman is a traditional payasam or dessert of Kerala.  There are two varieties of ada payasam made with these rice pasta bits.  One being ada pradhaman (made with jaggery and coconut milk) and the other palada pradhaman (with milk and sugar) and both are absolutely delicious.  The process of making ada pradhaman is bit tedious, but it is definitely worth the effort.  This payasam is an integral part of