Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Godhi Kuttida Payasa | Blog Hop Wednesday

Yesterday was my brother’s birthday. After a really long time, I am not with him on his birthday. He is in Sweden on a short term assignment. We all missed you dear brother. Even though he is there, I decided to make something sweet to celebrate his birthday here. So here is a very simple payasam from Bhayashri’s space – Taste Buds with whom I have been paired for this week’s blog hop.

This payasam was something very similar to the Goduma Rava Dalia which my mom makes on Ekadashi. She also adds some Split moong dal to it and adds more milk. But today I decided to stick to Bhagyashri’s recipe. The outcome was quite delicious. I really liked the pudding like thick and creamy consistency of the payasam.

So here is Godhi Kuttida Payasa, especially made for my dearest brother.

Makes:  5 to 6 small servings

What you’ll need

1.       Broken Wheat/Lapsi – 1 cup
2.       Milk – 2 cups
3.       Jaggery Powdered – 1 cup
4.       Cardamom Powder – a little
5.       Cashews – a few
6.       Raisins – a few
7.       Ghee/Clarified Butter – 2 tsps


Pressure cook the broken wheat in a cup of water for about 2 whistles.

Transfer the cooked wheat into a deep vessel, add the powdered jaggery. Mix well and keep stirring till the jaggery is completely dissolved and the whole thing starts boiling.

Now add the milk and stir continuously on med heat for a few minutes or till the milk is reduced a little.

Fry the cashew nuts and raisins in a little ghee and add it on top. Also add the cardamom powder. Mix well.
Yummy Payasam is ready to be served.

Linking this to Blog Hop Wednesday started by Radhika and to Dish it out – Wheat and Jaggery hosted by South Indian Recipes and originally started by Vardhini.


Jayanthy Kumaran said...

wow..sounds new n divine..
happy b day to your loving bro Kaveri..;)
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Ramya said...

this recipe is very similar to the one I make with coconut milk. Looks lovely

Alpana said...

You have a beautiful space with awesome recipes. Glad to follow you.

Prathima Rao said...

A divine 7 creamy payasam!!!
Prathima Rao
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Kalyani said...

very new recipe to me ! looks yum:-)

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Anonymous said...

This is a new recipe to me too. Looks lovely


Vidhya said...

A lovely payasam so creamy and yummy.Belated birthday wishes to your brother.

R said...

looks healthy and delicious!

Sobha Shyam said...

lovely payasam, looks so delicious, belated b'day wishes to ur brother..

Priya Sreeram said...

belated wishes to your brother-payasam looks nice

veena said...

Payasmam looks delicious!!!!!!!

vaishali sabnani said...

happy birthday to u r brother...n love the creamy kheer

Urmi said...

Very interesting and innovative recipe. Payesam looks yummy and tempting.

Valarmathi Sanjeev said...

Yummy recipe....payasam looks absolutely delicious.

Radhika said...

Slurp. I'm yet to try out kheer with broken wheat. now it is a good excuse.

MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

Yumm and Healthy Payasam recipe with a delicious click.Belated Birthday wishes to ur brother Kaveri.

Akila said...

very new dish to me.... love it...
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Kurryleaves said...

healthy payasam it

Ambreen (Simply Sweet n Savory) said...

yummy looking dessert, simply lovely!

divya said...

Simple and healthy recipe.. looks perfect !!

kranthi said...

should try for my son

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