For the above quantity, you will get 25 pieces of Mohan Dhal.
A collection of South Indian Sweet Recipes.
Javvarisi (Sago) Payasam
Soak javvarisi in water for about an hour. Boil water and add the soaked javvarisi. Cook on medium heat till it is soft. (You can also pressure cook it for one to two whistles). When the javvarisi is cooked well and transparent, add the sugar. Stir constantly till the sugar […]
The ketti Urundai is made for festivals and special occasions.
Aval (Poha) Payasam
Paal (Milk) Payasam
Soak the rice in water for half an hour. Put the milk in a heavy bottomed vessel and bring to boil. When it starts boiling, reduce the heat and add the soaked rice. Stir constantly till the rice cooks well and the milk quantity reduced to half of the original […]
A sweet (dessert) made with Carrot, milk and cashew nuts.
Paruppu (Dhal) Payasam
Dry roast the green gram dhal till it become light brown. Add three cups water and pressure cook it for four to five whistles. Open the cooker after the steam is subsidised and mash the dal. In another thick bottomed vessel, put the jaggery and add 1/4 cup water and […]
DIRECTIONS: In a kadai put two tablespoons of ghee and fry the besan flour till hot to touch. Remove and add milk powder. Mix it well and keep aside. In the same kadai put 3/4 cup water and add sugar. Bring to boil. When it starts boiling, reduce the heat […]
Recipe for Adirasam. This sweet is made for festivals like Diwali and for special occasions