Sunday, October 21, 2012

Pasi Paruppu Payasam / Moong Dal Payasam (Kheer) - with coconut milk

Moong Dal Payasam
I love any type of payasam and this moong dal payasam is my fav.I made this for mahalaiya ammavasai last week. As saraswathi,ayutha pooja is fast approaching I wanted to post this payasam recipe.Check out for ulunthu vadai recipe here.
Moong Dal Payasam

Moong Dal Payasam Recipe - Ingredients

Preparation Time : 10 mins | Cooking Time : 20 mins | Serves : 2
Recipe Category: Dessert | Recipe Cuisine: South Indian

Moong Dal (Paasi Paruppu) - 1 cup
Jaggery dissolved in water - 1/2 cup
Milk - 1/2 cup
Coconut Milk - 1/4 cup
Cardamom - 1 tsp
Ghee - 1 tsp
Cashews, Raisins - 1 tsp each

Method:

  1. Dry roast moong dal till golden brown and nice aroma rises. Set aside to cool. Take coconut milk extract and set aside.
    How to make paasi paruppu payasam - Step1
  2. Heat ghee and roast cashews and raisin and set aside.Then pressure cook moong dal (with 1/2 cup of water) for 4 whistles and keep aside, It should be mashy enough. Just mash it once thats enough.
    How to make paasi paruppu payasam - Step2
  3. In hot water, immerse powdered jaggery and crush it well, filter to remove impurities and keep it ready. Now take a wide bottomed pan(I used a nonstick pan) add cooked moong daal, then add filtered jaggery syrup and milk. Let it cook for 3-5mins.
    How to make paasi paruppu payasam - Step3
  4. Then add coconut milk, cardamom powder - give a quick stir.Bring it to single boil, dont let it boil for more. Add ghee roasted cashews and serve hot/cold!
    How to make paasi paruppu payasam - Step4
I love it cold - thick and creamy payasam...yummm! Do give a try for urself and see :)
Pasi Paruppu Payasam

My Notes:

  • After coconut milk is added dont let it boil for more time it will start to curdle.
  • Dry roasting moong dal gives a nice flavour.
  • You can skip milk and make it fully with coconut milk itself.
  • Adjust sweetness according to your taste.
Pasi Paruppu Payasam Recipe
Written by: SHARMILEE J

33 comments:

  1. we make this with normal milk instead of coconut milk!! coconut milk should add an interesting taste!!! will try next time!!
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  2. wow very nice n tempting...lovely clicks:)

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  3. Even I do like payasam and at my home it is very common payasam. Yours look yummy

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  4. I love this payasam. We even boil the cashew along with the moong and the jaggery. So it is an almost fat-free payasam.

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  5. I have never tried this moong dal kheer. sounds really interesting and delicious. I will try it some time when time permits. and let you know. Thanks for the recipe. :)

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  6. I love payasam too!! looks so tempting !

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  7. Love moong dhal payasam.. Delicious one

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  8. very yummy! I love this
    great-secret-of-life.blogspot.com

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  9. looks yummm, never tried payasam with moong dall..

    -Mythreyi
    Yum! Yum! Yum!

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  10. Love this payasam...I make it with just coconut milk...never added milk..Love the clicks..Beautiful color combo...

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  11. I am a huge fan of paruppu payasam, and addtion of coconut milk will give an awesome taste too. beautiful presentation

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  12. looks too good dear. im definitely gona make this one of these days!!

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  13. looks delicious...:)I will definetly give a try..But I dont know how to prepare cocount milk:(

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  14. Payasam looks divine,lovely pics..

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  15. @kalyani : Making coconut milk is easy - just grind coconut with little water then strain to take the thick coconut milk.

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  16. This is my all time favourite payasom wish i had these.

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  17. Nice recipe. I make it the same way as well
    http://kaathodupesava.blogspot.co.uk/2011/07/moong-dal-payasam.html

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  18. Very tempting and delicious kheer.. Yummy Yummyyyy :D
    Indian Cuisine

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  19. Hi

    very tempting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    This one of the favourites of my husband. Will try your version as my we prepare it in a different way.

    http://weliciousdelicious.blogspot.com

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  20. Hi

    It looks so tempting. This is one of the favourites of my husband. Will try the way you have prpeared it, although I make it a bit different. Will share to same.

    http://weliciousdelicious.blogspot.com

    Preeti

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  21. Yummy and super delicious kheer, love here the addition of coconut milk.

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  22. Lovely clicks, looks bright and tempting :)

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  23. Replies
    1. It is coarse dark sugar we get here in india for making many traditional sweets/desserts.You can check here for more info : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaggery

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  24. I add half cup of javarisi along with moong dal.It makes the payasam thicker and tastier.Give a try

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  25. Payasam and kheer, is there not any difference, can payasam be called kheer? Kheer is ubiquitous and while payasam is typically south indian , ofcourse now cannot be boxed

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