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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Javvarisi Payasam/ Sago Kheer

Today it's the 3rd day of our marathon running... It's BM#27 Week1 Day3... Today i selected the Festive Recipes.. under Occasion Theme... It's an Sweet dish and going to be best one for sweet tooth people.. 


Javvarisi in English It's named as Sago..It's full of starch and is great for quick boost of energy. Sago have a cooling effect(Caused by excess body heat).. Sago is extremely a low fat content..& it does not have any minerals or vitamins, & has very low amount of calcium, iron  and fiber... But you can make up this ingredients by using milk, cashews, ground nuts, vegetables....

Javvarisi Payasam is a simple dessert... This Payasam will be the best part of our festival time... Appu enjoyed with this payasam... Here the combo of Milk and Coconut milk plays well... I did this Payasam in my Induction Stove it take 10 mins to do if u r trying in Gas Stove means it'll 15-20 mins time... 


Ingredients:
Javvarisi- 3/4 cup
Milk- 1 cup
Coconut Milk- 1 cup
Sugar- 3/4 cup
Cardamom- 2 nos
Ghee- 3 tsp
Coconut bits- 2 tsp
Cashew nuts- 10
Raisins- 1 tsp

Here is the ingredients for this simple dessert


Boil the Javvarisi in pressure cooker for 2 whistles with 2 cups of water & Cardamom


Add in the milk & mix well


Allow to boil


Add in the sugar and boil them often give a string 


In the mean time Heat the ghee in a sauce pan and fry the Coconut bits, nuts and Raisins


Finally add the Coconut milk and Allow for a single boil
(Note add the coconut milk in final step)


Top the Kheer with Fried item


Yummy it's ready.... 

April13_BM

20 comments:

  1. I am not very fond of sago..but surely like all that fried stuff you put in there..absolutely sinful..love it!

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  2. Very creamy kheer, love the addition of coconut milk here.

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  3. Good one, we make it during our festivals as well..I actually like sago so no issues..:)

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  4. It's been very long since I had this... Lovely dear :)

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  5. I love how sago cooks and shines up like pearls. There is something quite attractive about it :). Nice payasam!

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  6. Love the addition of coconut milk in the payasam!

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  7. I absolutely love love jevarasi payasam, but I can never make it right. For some reason it always makes my milk curdle once I add the milk to the cooked jevarasai. Adding coconut milk is such a flavorful idea.

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  8. The roud javvarisi will make me happy.Love to have it any time.

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  9. I love this payasam very much. I usually add milk, but coconut milk would give a lot of flavour, right?

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  10. reminds me of the time when we used to wait for Amma to go shopping for sago kheer and Filter coffee was our snack then that we made chori chori.
    :0

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  11. Evergreen payasam,delicious one,we use the regular milk for this payasam,never tried it with coconut milk...

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  12. I am not a sago kheer fan but that tadka of nuts is a nice touch :)

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  13. I always keep fingers crossed hike cooking sago, pressure method is new for me, like the addition of coconut milk.

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  14. reminds me of childhood! the addition of both milk and coconut milk it's surely. investing. looks very rich and lovely

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  15. Sago kheer is good in taste but it's very popular for fasting days like navratri

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  16. Awesome recipe but it's not street food

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  17. One of the festive payasam we turn to often. Good one :)

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  18. I love javvarisi payasam and this looks so good

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  19. Healthy and nutritious Payasam.

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  20. Never added coconut milk and coconut to sago payasam. That's an interesting variation.

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