Onam is here again! and I have planned to post onam sadya recipes this week. Unsure if I will be able to do all of it by 16th; yet promise to fit in as much as possible. I already have a few that you might want to check out
- Mambazha pulissery / Ripe mango curry
- Achinga payar thoran (Long beans Stir fry)
- Palakkad style Varutharacha ulli Sambar
- Sharkara Payasam with risotto rice
You need –
- Chana dal – 250 grams, cleaned & washed
- Palm sugar/ Jaggery – 400 grams, grated
- Coconut milk
- Think Coconut milk – 3/4 cup
- Medium thick coconut milk – 1.5 cups
- Thin coconut milk – 3 cups
- Ghee – 2 tablespoon + 1 tablespoon of frying cashewnuts
- Cardamom powder – 1/4 teaspoon
- Cashewnut and coconut pieces – 40 grams each
How to –
In pressure cooker, cook the dal with enough water (around 3 cups). Once done mash roughly and set aside.
In pan melt the palm sugar/jaggery with 1/4 tablespoon water and aside. Now heat a heavy bottom pan and add 2 tablespoons of ghee. Add the cooked dal and melted jaggery and mix well. Be careful as the ghee will start to splatter so take care.
Stir till everything is well combined. Now add the thin coconut milk and bring to a rolling boil. Add the medium thick coconut milk and cook till the payasam thickens and reduces to half. Stir frequently. Add the Thick coconut milk and bring to a gently simmer.
Turn off the heat add the cardamom powder and mix well.
In a small frying pan, heat 1 tablespoon of ghee and fry the cashew and coconut pieces (if using) till golden brown. Add this to the payasam and mix well. Serve hot.
37 thoughts on “Kadala parippu pradhaman / Chana dal Kheer”
I just love love payasam with the dal. I am not a big fan of desserts of sweets but payasam just melts my heart. Awesome flavor for that thick and creamy texture.
Looks super inviting dear….delicious!!! 😉
Hey Rekha,Parippu pradhaman looks adipoli.Wish I got a glassful now..drooling literally over here:))
You got to make a huge Onam feast when I visit there. Love this payasam. I visit India mostly during Onam time, and my mom's friend invites us always. Ghosh, the inji puli, the avial, the payasam, everything I eat like there's no tomorrow.
Enjoy Onam and remember me when you have a huge array of lovely food that day..xoxo
Creamy yummy payasam!
dee… i'm on a diet and u put this payasam pic on the page and… *sob sob* 😦 i guess i can give my diet a break for drooling at that bowl of pradhaman… slurp!!!
so creamy and tempting one
Tempting adipoli payasam
My mom makes this sweet.. delicious..
Rekha..so yummy looking pradhaman.
Wow, that's a yummy menu !! I am not a great fan of parippu payasam, but this does make me tempting 😀
Awesome rekha.. M drooling!
Rekha Pradhaman looks super yummy and creamy. Adipoli
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looks very rich and creamy 🙂 i also like to add little sago..
wow awesome…beautiful clicks…
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My mom use to make these, awesome clicks 🙂
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Rich, creamy and yummy payasam..Awesome clicks..
Nice collection of Onam recipes.. Totally new recipe to me.. Very interesting Rekha.. Wonderful clicks too 🙂
looks so rich and delicious
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Thank you PT and yes you can add Sago 🙂
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