Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Badam Payasam

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Wishing you all a very Happy Tamil New Year…!!!
In India, Festival occasions and special days are marked by a payasam. Today, I tried ‘Badam Payasam’ one of the easiest and nutritious among the payasam, It’s a pure delight, tasty and quick to make. This payasam is loaded with the goodness of almond and serves great for all occasion. While preparing this, always keep the flame low and turn off the flame, once the first bubble appears. ( payasam turns watery, if its boiled more) Try and enjoy :)
And I am starting to native, to enjoy the vacation. I’ll be missing your lovely posts. But be back soon with nutritious recipe collections from my MOM and MIL. 
Wishing you all a tasty, happy holiday season. See you soon…Take Care.
Here’s the recipe for the tasty dessert Badam Payasam
Ingredients:
·      Almonds                           - 25
·      Milk                                   - 1 l
·      Sugar                                - ¾ cup
·      Cooking camphor              - a pinch
·      Saffron                             - a pinch
·      Cardamom pwd                 - ¼ tsp
·      Pista nut                            - 2
·      Cashew                             - 4
Method:
1.   Blanch the almonds, peel off the skin and grind the almonds to coarse paste by adding ½ cup of milk.
2.   Take remaining milk in a thick bottomed vessel, allow to boil.
3.   Continue boiling in low flame, until it reduces to half of its quantity.
4.   Add sugar and stir well. Further allow to boil for few mins.
5.   Now add the badam paste, stir well and continue boiling in low flame.
6.   Mix cooking camphor and saffron in 1 tbsp of warm milk, mix well.
7.   Add this to the payasam, combine.
8.   Once the first bubble starts appearing, Turn off the flame,
9.   Add cardamom pwd and garnish with grated pista, cashew, almond and cashew nuts.
10.Yummy Yummy Badam payasam is ready. Serve hot or cold.:)

50 comments:

  1. beautiful presentation Jay!.. gives a festive feel.

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  2. Looks yummy dear and happy tamil new year to your tooo..

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  3. Jay,,payasam rombha super rombha richhhh creamy payasam..Happy Tamizh New Year n Vishu dear..

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  4. nice presentation,,,,happy Tamil new year.....

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  5. nice presentation...Looks yummy dear and happy tamil new year...

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  6. Hi Jay, wonderful presenation...loved the diya snap...its very nice....happy new year dear....

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  7. Looks delicious, creamy, rich and tempting.

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  8. Nice presentation dear..Payasam looks mouthwatering and creamy...

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  9. Lovely presentation, payasam looks tempting ! Happy Tamil New year to you too...

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  10. Dear Jay, payasam parkavey superb ba irukku..appadina taste eppadi irukkum nu theriuthu..presentation nalla irukku..Eniya Tamil puthandu vazhuthukkal:-)

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  11. yummy....making me drool...wow

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  12. Tamizh puthandu vazhthukkal!!Badam payasam romba nalla irukku and different too from the usual payasam we prepare for varusha pirappu

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  13. Tamil new year wishes to you too,what a feast to celebrate the festival.

    Delicious payasam.

    Have a sound family fun time n get back with a bang.

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  14. Happy tamil new year to u and ur Family...Presentation is too gud.Created the Festive mood...

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  15. Happy tamil new year, payasam looks yum and so beautifully presented...

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  16. lovely tempting rich payasam.

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  17. Badam Kheer looks yummy and delicious.. beautiful presentaion...
    Wish you and your family happy tamil new year..

    Enjoy your vacation..:D

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  18. Happy Tamil new year Jay! Payasam looks really yummy, nice presentation too..

    Have a wonderful time with your family and friends..

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  19. Happy Tamil New Year Jay to u and ur family...Badam payasam looks incredible and rich..

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  20. Iniya thamizh puthaandu vaazhthukkal Jay and enjoy the vacation!!!! badam paayaassam looks terribly good, rich and delicious!!! that's a hearty drink!!! see you back soon!!! happy holidays!!!

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  21. Looks yummy Jay...Almonds are over fav...

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  22. Nice payaasm & happy tamil new yr!!

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  23. there are some awards waiting for you in my blog, pls collect them

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  24. Hey Jay,
    There are some awards waiting for you at our space. Please stop by to collect them.
    and ur Badam Payasam looks so YUMMY..

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  25. payasam looks so yum.cute presentation too. wish you a happy tamil newyear

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  26. the payasam looks delicious.
    Wishing you and ur family a very happy Tamil new year..
    Enjoy ur vaccation..miss ur lovely post..See u soon

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  27. love badam kheer...your presentation is awesome!

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  28. Happy Tamil New Year dear :) Payasam looks awesome...very rich and creamy :)

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  29. Hey Jay,
    We have some awards waiting for you at our space. Please do stop by to collect them.

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  30. Happy New Year Jay! I like the way you have taken the photo of the payasam. I was having a hard time with mine yesterday.

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  31. Happy Tamil New Year!
    Very Inviting pictures. Payasam is awesome.

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  32. Hey dear,
    First time here. Happy Tamil New year to you too. The Badam Payasam looks divine. Great presentation with the Badam nuts all around. Following you.

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  33. Nice presentation....happy tamil new year, didn't knew that tamil new year also starts at this time....our new year also starts on 14th....we call it vaisakhi...& thanks for stopping by, i'm too late in responding, hope u understand...

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  34. My Heartiest thanks for all your warm wishes and for dropping by my little space and leaving your sweet comments. Hope to see you often.

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  35. looks delicious dear...

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  36. yummy payasam...thnx for dropping in and leaving comments...u hav also got a lovely space...following you...

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  37. Nice one to enjoy on spl day, hope you had a great time.

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  38. You have such a wonderful and beautiful blog!

    Happy Tamil New Year!

    xoxo

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  39. Presentation is so pretty! Nice recipe!

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  40. Looks very festive. Have a Hapy Tamil New Year!

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  41. perfect for the occassion... lovely presentation..

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  42. Thanks loving friends, for your love and kind support. Am on my vacation, and I'm anxious to meet you all soon...with interesting new n healthy recipes.Until then, bye...

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  43. Dear Jay,
    Very nice Diyas Presentation and yummy badam kheer.Happy Tamil New Year Wishes to you.

    i have some awards for you at my blog please accept them.

    http://kiranjay.blogspot.com/2010/04/drumstickmunagakaya-curryhealthy-and.html

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  44. Hy Rumana, Yummy Team, PS and Kiran for passing inspirational awards to me. Am very delighted and moved to receive this awards. Thank you very much for you kind love and wishes.

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  45. My dear friends, my loving thanks for your visit to my little space and sharing your wonderful comments. Happy to meet you all again.

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  46. Sounds very delicious!!!!

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