Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Thengai Paal Javvarisi Payasam -- My 50th Post

Thengai Paal Javvarisi Payasam (Sweet Sago Pudding) is really an easy and simple sweet recipe. Usually all Payasam recipes are easy to prepare and holds an predominant place in all festive occasions of every South Indian Household.


Javvarisi (Sago Seeds) soaked 1 cup (200ml cup)
Sugar 1 cup
Water 1.5 cups
Coconut Milk 1 cup
Green Cardamom 3-4
Cashews and Raisins few


Soak Sago Seeds for 20-30 minutes. Slit Cardamom.


Heat Water in a Pan. When it starts boiling well, add the Sago Seeds. Stir well. When almost all the water is absorbed, add Sugar and stir well. 

When the mixture reduces well, add Cashews, Raisin and Cardamom. Stir and switch off the flame. Now pour in the Coconut Milk and stir again. Now Payasam is ready.

Serves: 3-4


Cashews and Raisins can be added also after frying in ghee.


Sangeetha M said...

Payasam with coconut milk never tasted n tried before...seen in other blogs ...payasam looks super delicious n simple recipe too...sure will make this soon n let u know...congratz on your half century neish u many more milestone...keep rocking ....

Vimitha Durai said...

Flavorful and yummy looking payasam...

Sobha Shyam said...

Congrats on 50th post..payasam looks very tempting n delicious..

Unknown said...

ooh yum, never made sago payasam this way, I will surely give it a try. Congrats on 50th post. May you celebrate many many more such milestones :)

Alessandra said...

Hi, first time here, congratulations on your 50th post. Lovely blog, I will follow you!


Mugdha said...

Congrats on 50th post..payasam looks very tempting n yummy.. :)

Padhu Sankar said...

I am sure adding coconut milk would have tasted great .BTW Congrats on your 50 th post.Keep rocking

Raks said...

I love coconut milk in payasams,this is so delicious!