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Thursday, November 17, 2011

JAVVARISI PAYASAM / SAGO KHEER & A CELEBRATION

JAVVARISI PAYASAM , SAGO KHEER THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR CONTINUOUS SUPPORT. MY BLOG HAS CROSSED 5 LAKH HITS. MAJORITY OF THE RECIPES HERE, BEING TRADITIONAL, WOULDN'T IT BE APT TO CELEBRATE IT WITH A PAYASAM?

INGREDIENTS:


Javvarisi (Sago) - 2 tablespoons
Sugar - 1/2 cup
Milk - 1 cup
Water - 1/2 cup
Powdered cardamom - 1/4 tsp.
Ghee fried cashews - 6
Ghee fried raisins - 10
Pachai karpooram (edible camphor) - a pinch
Ghee - 1 tsp.

METHOD:

Heat a heavy bottomed pan and fry the javvarisi till it turns to pure white. Now add 1/2 cup water, stir well and frequently. Cook till its opaque (like glass). Now, add sugar and cook till it dissolves. Allow it a boil. Switch off the stove, add milk, powdered cardamom, pachai karpooram, cashews and raisins. Mix well and serve hot.

25 comments :

  1. My fav payasam ..looks creamy n yummy

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  2. Congrats :) Superb payasam for the celebration!

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  3. Congratulations1 I am super thrilled for you. And the payasam sure conveys the feeling!

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  4. 5 lakhs ! wow Congrats shanti ji..Nice yummy kheer

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  5. wow congrats...thts surely a beautiful way to celebrate!

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  6. wow Congrats for the hits,yummy payasam...

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  7. Congrats akka for the hits..Payasam looks super rich and creamy..

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  8. I love sago payasam, and congrats on the milestone. I am so happy that your traditional recipes are so popular. Shifting not yet decided.

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  9. Congrats,,shanthi aunty...Wish u many many more to come..

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  10. Congrats for the hits,Payasam looks delicious....

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  11. Congrats on ur milestone. I would really love to gulp down the entire bowl of javarisi payasam coz it looks really tempting yummilicious and inviting.
    indu srinivasan
    kattameethatheeka.blogspot.com

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  12. Congrats shanthi, that is really yummy I mean your blog hits and of course my favourite payasam

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  13. Congrats!!!!!! we wish you many more success.My fav. payasam.

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  14. congrats and delicious kheer is perfect for celebration

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  15. Congrats...perfect treat for your milestone! Yummm!!

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  16. congrats on your achievement!!
    This payasam looks delicious,I have tasted payasam,but haven't cooked it yet.
    But in Sri Lanka,we cook sago,but we add coconut milk,also adding cashew,cardomom is new to me...want to try this way...
    Thank you for the comment in my blog,really appreciate it & I am following you now....

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  17. Congratulations on your achievement.Wish you many more milestones.

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  18. Congratulations.....
    payasam looks yummy :)

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  19. Congratulations!!! The paysam is tempting.

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  20. I learn this type of kheer in my mother in law. looks delicious. Congratulation....

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  21. Congrats Maam... truly a perfect payasam for the celebration day..:) Best wishes for more achievements..
    Reva

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  22. do you need to wash the sago?

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