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Definitions

  1. The term "Payasam" is a Sanskrit word meaning Nector. (Web site)
  2. Payasam is a traditional Indian dish, a rice pudding typically made by boiling rice with milk and sugar.
  3. Payasam is an intergral part of any sadya and is the after-taste invariably. (Web site)
  4. Payasam is a thick fluid dish of brown molasses, coconut milk and spices, garnished with cashewnuts and raisins. (Web site)
  5. Payasam, a sweet milk dessert native to Kerala, complements the Sadhya.

Coconut Milk

  1. Amatya Godan or payasam, made of hog plum, rice flour, and jaggery cooked in coconut milk. (Web site)
  2. Amatya Godan or payasam, made of hog plum, rice flour, and jaggery cooked in coconut milk.
  3. But I read in other Kerala food blogs, - they prepare similar payasam with coconut milk instead of poppy seeds. (Web site)

Kerala

  1. The sadya is perfectly complemented with the payasam, a sweet dessert native to Kerala. (Web site)
  2. The sadhya is complemented by payasam, a sweet milk dessert native to Kerala. (Web site)
  3. The sadhya is complemented by payasam, a sweet dessert native to Kerala.

Semiya

  1. Dessert included yummy semiya payasam and vanilla ice cream. (Web site)
  2. For now, continuing the 500 plus year old tradition, here is how I prepared the semiya payasam at my home for Neivedyam. (Web site)

Payasam

  1. Payasam as it is called in the south is made from milk simmered with crushed cashews, cereals and sugar, topped with raisins.
  2. For desert, there is the Pradhman or Payasam, porridge like sweets with a vermicelli of rice base, cooked in milk and sugar or jaggery.
  3. The most popular example is undoubtedly the payasam: a preparation of milk, coconut extract, sugar, cashews, dry grapes, etc.
  4. Kheer or payasam is a thick rice pudding. (Web site)
  5. Ada payasam is especially popular during the festival of Onam.

Payasams

  1. The best and most popular Payasam dishes are found in the temples of Guruvayoor and Ambalappuzha.
  2. Also stir in the cardamom powder to the cooked payasam. (Web site)
  3. But,when I kept everything in cooker, payasam chesinattu anipinchaledu. (Web site)
  4. Purandara Dasa even describes the proper method to enjoy the delicious payasam. (Web site)
  5. Every Saturday my mother would prepare payasam for puja naivedyam. (Web site)

Hi

  1. Hi padma, This payasam is new to me. (Web site)
  2. Hi Indira, Tried your payasam for party. (Web site)

Hindu

  1. Another Indian dessert that blends with the Hindu culture is the Payasam (or Kheer as it is called by the Hindi).
  2. This is how the Payasam became famous, integrating in the Hindu culture.

Dry Fruits

  1. Desserts include payasam, a pudding made with rice and milk and the popular Sheer Khurma - a Hyderabadi delicacy with dry fruits and dates.
  2. Sevai Payasam is a sweet based in milk and sugar with dry fruits, and Vermicelli.

Ceremonies

  1. Payasam is served as an offering to the Gods in Hindu temples during rituals and ceremonies.
  2. Payasam (or Kheer) is a dessert which has been an essential dish throughout the history of India , often served at ceremonies, feasts and celebrations.

Sugar

  1. Payasam as it is called in the south is made from milk simmered with crushed cashews, cereals and sugar, topped with raisins.
  2. Payasam is prepared from milk, coconut extract, sugar, cashews, dry grapes, etc.

Paal

  1. Paal payasam is the speciality.
  2. Payasam can be made with many base constituents, including Paal payasam (rice), Ada payasam (with ada, a flat form of rice), banana, dal, etc.

Sweet

  1. The lower right portion of the leaf may have a scoop of warm sweet milky rice Payasam, Kesari, Sweet Pongal or any Dessert items.
  2. Rice payasam is a very popular South Indian sweet dish.
  3. Dessert is the intensely sweet Payasam (vermicilli cooked in milk and lots of sugar) followed by a steaming hot cup of South Indian coffee. (Web site)
  4. Some of the better known Kerala vegetarian dishes include Avial, Puttu, Appam and Payasam (sweet dish).

Famous

  1. The payasam served in the Ambalappuzha Temple is famous among Hindu devotees.
  2. The pal payasam served in the Ambalappuzha Temple is famous among Hindu devotees. (Web site)

South Kerala

  1. In south Kerala the Payasam in followed by more (butter milk).

Milk

  1. In payasam, coconut milk is routinely used instead of milk. (Web site)

Dessert

  1. However, there wasn't enough payasam for Sumitra, so Kausalya and Kaikeyi give portions of their dessert to her.

Wedding Feast

  1. In Southern India, it is believed that a wedding is not fully blessed if Payasam is not served at the wedding feast.

Rice

  1. Desserts include payasam, a pudding made with rice and milk and the popular Sheer Khurma - a Hyderabadi delicacy with dry fruits and dates. (Web site)
  2. Payasam can be made with many base constituents, including Paal payasam (rice), Ada payasam (with ada, a flat form of rice), banana, dal, etc.
  3. The main dishes are served with rice and at the end of each meal the dessert, payasam, is served.

Jaggery

  1. It is also used, with coconut milk and jaggery) to make the a type of payasam.

Hindu Culture

  1. This is how the Payasam became famous, integrating in the Hindu culture.

Raisins

  1. The most common dessert of Kerala, the payasam is made in scores of flavours and garnished with raisins and nuts fried in ghee. (Web site)

Kheer

  1. In the South, kheer, known as payasam, is prepared using jaggery and coconut too.
  2. Another Indian dessert that blends with the Hindu culture is the Payasam (or Kheer as it is called by the Hindi).

Categories

  1. Kheer
  2. Cashews
  3. Hindu Culture
  4. Coconut Milk
  5. Glossaries > Glossary of Indian Cuisine /
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