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July 5, 2009

Payatham Paruppu Payasam(Moong Dal Kheer)



Easy, healthy and delicious!

Serves-2

Ingredients:
Moong Dal(Payatham Paruppu)-1/3 cup
Jaggery-1/4 cup or more(if you want more sweetness)
Milk-1 cup
Cardamom-1/2 tsp
Grated Coconut(Optional)-1 tsp
Roasted broken cashews-1 tsp(optional)

Method:
Pressure cook moong dal with enough water for 3 whistles.
Add jaggery, coconut and cardamom to the mashed dal and cook for 2 minutes. Turn off the heat.
After 2-3 minutes, add milk and roasted cashews and serve warm.
If the consistency of kheer is thick, you can add some more milk.

48 comments:

  1. Yum..yum..Kheer. Great pic of kheer in silver glass.:)

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  2. wow looks delicious..lovely click dear

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  3. when I first had this, I was sure i wouldn't like it...I mean how can you have moong dal ( and that one had rice in it as well)in a payasam! But, I loved it! Your picture, as always, is lovely.

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  4. wow! nice click ..Maahi ..this one is my fav ! :)

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  5. off your break are you? :) follow the heart I say..

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  6. Welcome back mahi.. Happy to see ur post dear! Lovely click and as usual delicious payasam!:)

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  7. Yuumy payasam mahi...naan coocnut milk add panuven instead of coconut...aana love with coocnut also..as usual wonderful click :)

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  8. Yummy payasam....
    Looks delicious and lovely click..

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  9. I made this a few days ago! Looks divine!

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  10. lovely delicious kheer.......nice picture

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  11. Looks absolutely delicious Mahi..

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  12. Oopa,my fav Payasam there Mahi..looks so yummy..we make with a slight difference..hugs

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  13. looks ohh soo delicious!! liked the way you've served in the silver glass and bowl, like how coffee is served! :)

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  14. Welcome Back Mahi...where have u been, payasam looks yummy, naanum ithey madhri than pannuven...superb click!

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  15. Kanna,
    Nice that you are back to blogging.This Moong Dal Kheer is my favourite and it is a very good Energiser.
    Your mother used to make it often
    Appa

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  16. You said it girl! Easy,simple and delicious. i love the picture too :)

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  17. Good to see you back dear :) kheer looks delicious!! gorgeous clicks!

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  18. Good come back with a gorgeous looking payasam in the silver glass,as always excellent click.

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  19. Hey i was reading ur comments,ur dad writes comments on ur blog,lucky u :)

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  20. wow.. nice entry Mahi... looks fantastic..

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  21. I" love this payasam Mahi. My mom makes it during veratham days. Awesome click asusual.

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  22. This is my fav kheer..looks very tempting..

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  23. amazing pic... very tempting snap.. looks very delicious...

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  24. kheer looks delicious Mahi..as usual nice click.

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  25. Yummy simple and delicious....we make this during fasting times...a perfect tasty one:)

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  26. Looks yumm. I made this last week with a slightly diff recipe/ Will post it sometime soon.

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  27. What a authentic pic! looks so graceful and I just love that silver vessels.Kheer is looks totally yummilicious.

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  28. Yummy payasam and needless to mention, a lovely click! :)

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  29. Lovely click!!Yummy payasam.>We make it on festivals..

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  30. My paati made this often and is also my husband's favorite ... Looks great.

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  31. Looks so delicious! Lovely shot!

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  32. This is so different from what we usually make...but it looks so great and is so simple. Am gonna make this tomorrow.

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  33. Glad to see you back. That looks & sounds beautiful.

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  34. yummy kheer mahi. it's tempting :)

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  35. Looks very divine in the gorgeous silver glass ...Wonderful click..

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  36. Mahimma i used yellow moong dal and udad dal

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  37. Pretty picture and i remember my mom used to make this for fridays for offering god :)

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  38. Kanna,
    I forgot to comment on the picture.It is Amezing, Gorgeous, Divinely, Inviting.
    Appa

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  39. gorgeous pic Mahimaa.....good to c u after a long time!!!

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  40. I made this last evening itself...thought I'll surprise Manoj when he gets back from work. It was delicious and so easy. Thanks for the recipe.

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  41. lovely kheer .. good to have you back

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  42. Super payasam and lovely click :) Mmm... it has been a long time since i tried this... u have tempted meeee... btw loved the dabara arrangement :D

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  43. Payasam looks inviting, lovely picture !

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  44. Moong dal payasam is a standard sweet at our place for birthdays and festivals.I follow the recipe where we use coconut milk as the base.I have not yet tried it using milk..seems like a great idea.

    Love your presentation..payasam in the silver glass looks like -food fit for Gods..;)

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  45. Delicious recipes !!!... which camera r u using?

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