Paal Payasam is a traditional dessert recipe, often made in all South Indian Homes. It is very simple to make. There are lots of variations in the recipe.
Paal Payasam is also made in many temples and offered to Gods during festive seasons. It is offered to Gods and then shared among the devotees as the blessed food called Prasadham.
You can try your own and adjust the ingredients according to your taste, so that it suits your family.
If you make paal payasam in Basmathi Rice it will be more rich and sumptuous. If you use Condensed Milk instead of the regular milk, it will taste superb.
Try out the recipe and you can get applause from your family members. Try for yourself and share your comments.
- Basmati rice – 2 tblsp
- Ghee – 2 tsp
- Milk – 4 cup
- Sugar – ¼ cup
- Saffron – few
Heat ghee in a pan and roast basmati rice. Then grind it in a mixie coarsely. Add milk and rice rava in a cooker and pressure cook for two whistle (in a medium flame).
Finally add sugar and stir till the sugar melts.
Garnish with saffron and serve.
You can cook the rice in a ordinary pan also.
Always cook in a medium flame.
You can put small plate in the vessel to avoid sticking in the bottom.
You can add dry fruits and nuts also.