Friday, July 09, 2010

Sabudana Kheer ( Javvarisi Payasam )

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Sabudana Kheer   ( Javvarisi Payasam )
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I love Sabudana payasam, it has always been a sort of comfort food.  This is a traditional light dessert, served in all South Indian festival meals. This payasam is easy to cook and tastes fabulous…! Sabudana are pearl like balls made of tapioca flour like sago. 
I am excited to share my favorite recipe with you all...:-)
Ingredients:
·Sabudana / Javvarisi                                  - 1 cup
·Milk                                                           - 3 cup
·Moong dal                                                  - 1 ½ tbsp
·Ghee                                                         - 2 tsp
·Sugar                                                        - 1 cup
·Cardamom pwd                                          - a pinch
·Cashew                                                     - 4 or 5
·Badam                                                      - 3
·Raisins                                                      - 7
Method:
1.     Wash Sabudana or javvarisi and drain all the water.
2.     Add milk to  thick bottomed pan and heat it.
3.     Add Sabudana, moong dal and allow to boil with stirring.
4.     Once Sabudana turns sticky and glassy appearance, add sugar and stir well.
5.     Turn off the flame.
6.     Heat a tsp of ghee.
7.     In the hot ghee, roast cashew, badam and raisins to golden.
8.     Garnish payasam with roasted nuts, cardamom pwd and serve hot or cold.
9.     Delicious and healthy Sabudana Payasam ready to taste....:)
Sabudana Payasam  participates in Cooking with Seeds   event hosted by Niloufer of Kitchen Samraj

44 comments:

  1. My mom used to make this when my bro used to be unwell but a much lighter version. Looks good.

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  2. Jay I miss my mom after seeing this kheer of yours...Looks so good..i want it allll:)

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  3. Nice payasam! Looks really delish!

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  4. wow urs looks heavenly :)... i too have the same one in my blog..now i feel urs looks much nicer than mine :)... awesome :)

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  5. Looks so gud and tempting ...nice pic

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  6. Wow.. yum yum yummm... nice clicks too dear.. :)

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  7. Yummy kheer....looks pretty

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  8. Delicious payasam...

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  9. Very tasty and yummy kheer. Must make it.

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  10. Jay, I know very little about Indian cooking. Bob and I will be visiting India in October, so I making an effort to learn as much about the food as I can before we leave. Your dessert sounds wonderful. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  11. Thank u Friends for ur lovely words on my space...:)

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  12. Hello, Nice to see you Mary! Thanks dear for your compliments..!
    Sure, you will love our INdian food and places.
    Have a great day...!!!

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  13. nice payasam... very tempting clicks

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  14. We have made kheer with sago along with pineapples. never tried making kheer with sago itself. looks yummy, bookmarked..

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  15. payasam looks awesome jay ...very colorful ..this combo is new to me ,never tired mung dal with saago ...i will try this soon

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  16. the kheer looks very tempting and delicious.

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  17. Sabudana kheer looks really delicious Jaya.

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  18. its my fav too... lovely pictures :)

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  19. Delicious payasam..I'm not a big fan of this payasam..but yours is making me think again !!!

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  20. Beautiful and very tempting pics. I love this one too.

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  21. Really yummy dear. I simply love this payasam. I had made this few months back in many flavors too :)

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  22. Looks delicious..this is in my to-do list..

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  23. am sure the cardamom gives this dish an irresistible flavour- very neat recipe!

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  24. Looks lovely I would really like to try it!

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  25. My favourite payasam, am ready to have them immediately..yummy..

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  26. Thanx for sharing your love....:)

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  27. this my fav one, looks really beautiful

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  28. adding moongdal to this kheer is new to me.looks so nice.

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  29. why did you do this to me Jay. this morning am craving for something sweet and you are tempting me more with this bowlful. what a delicious looking kheer. ok now I willtop and drooooool at your pictures.

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  30. wow looks so nice. rich, creamy n delicious

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  31. I learn so much from your blog- I've never seen this before!

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  32. This recipe is very easy friends. Just try it n enjoy...;)
    Thanx a lot...!!!

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  33. this looks delish jay !!

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  34. Lovely sabudana kheer, clean capture..m glad to follow you too.

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  35. Delicious payasam jay! Nice photograph!

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  36. Beautiful! I've been looking for a recipe I can use sabudana for.. I have lots and had no idea what to do with it all... Thanks!

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  37. Wow what an interesting and delicious dish, Jay!
    The photos are lovely!
    By the way, I'm hosting a giveaway I think you would be interested in.
    Head over to my site and check it out!

    Good Luck~

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  38. yumm.. my favorite sabudana kheer!

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  39. Hy A2Z,
    thanx for the follow & dropping by..! I love your space...!

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  40. Dear Mano, Sanju,
    Thanx for the compliments dear.

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  41. Hy Cathy,
    Interesting giveaway...sure I love to participate dear...!

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  42. a delicious payasam. Thank u 4 sending to my event

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