Sunday, April 01, 2012

Panagam / Sri Rama Navami Recipe

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Panagam / Sri Rama Navami Recipe :
Yesterday was Ram Navami  ( Hindu festival, celebrating the birth of Lord Rama )   
& we prepared  Panagam,  Neer Moor  &  Payasam  as  neivedhyam. 
Panagam is a healthy drink specially suited for hot summer. Being rich in iron content, it would quench our thirst and provide energy. It can be served alone as an afternoon drink especially to people returning from hot  sun.!  
Here’s the simple and easy recipe for Panagam..:)
Ingredients:
  • Jaggery                         - 200 g
  • Cardamom                    - 4
  • Dry ginger                     - a small piece
  • Lemon                          - ½
  • Chilled water                 - 4 glasses
Method:
  1. Crush jaggery to powder.
  2. Dissolve it in 4 glasses of already chilled water.
  3. Crush cardamom and dry ginger and add it to the mixture.
  4. Squeeze the half lemon, and add a dash of lemon juice for flavor.
  5. Stir well.
  1. The Panagam is ready for  Neivedhyam..:)
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48 comments:

  1. Lovely presentation Jay... looks delcious....happy Sriramanavami

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  2. I can just have glasses n glasses of panagam...looks nice

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  3. I can just have glasses n glasses of panagam...looks nice

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  4. Seems there're lots of Indian Festivals around. Thks again, for introducing me to this treat, Jay!

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  5. First time seeing this. It looks special for me.

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  6. Hi Jay, sorry I was interrupted in the middle of my comment :) very good your drink and Happy FEstival!

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  7. nice refreshing drink and cute clicks jay

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  8. very tasty n easy to do..nice glass.
    Maha

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  9. Looks delicious , Jay ! A glass or two , please ?! ;D

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  10. Hi dear.. We too prepared... Always loved it... Beautiful clicks

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  11. A very wholesome and homey dish! I love it

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  12. Both looks so delicious ...hope you had gud celebration

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  13. What are jaggery? I never heard of those

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  14. yummy,lovely click of panagam,me too made it:)

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  15. thanks for your inspiring comments..:)
    have a nice day..!

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  16. mm..would love to taste this.

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  17. Love paanagam...liked your recipe...looks very refreshing

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  18. yummy ... i too made it yesterday ...

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  19. Sounds fantastic and sweet. Mmmmm! Hope you have a wonderful time with all the celebrations.

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  20. first time im hearing of this drink, sounds spicy & delecious

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  21. Lovely presentation dear..refreshing

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  22. long time Jay!! as usual, lovely recipe!

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  23. I have not ever had this, but it looks so delicious and appetizing. I have bookmarked this to try.

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  24. What a nice drink! I've heard of Panagam, but never tasted it. But it's such an easy recipe. Thanks for this.

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  25. welcome back jay,panagam looks very nice!!

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  26. This is absolutely new to me, yet a refreshing drink I would never forget. :)

    Ongoing Event: Cooking Made Easy With Yogurt

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  27. this is new tome...delicious one.i never heard abt this neyvedium..thans for sharing

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  28. simple n flavorful..new to me..lovely!!
    Erivum Puliyum

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  29. I'd love to try this. It sounds very refreshing and I suspect I'd like it very much. Have a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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  30. panakam looks perfect. Love to have it.

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  31. Jay, this drink is fantastic!

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  32. It sounds refreshing!Have a lovely day,dear!

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  33. Had to google 'Jaggery' to see what it was... made sense in the end! Lovely drink, not sure if I could easily get hold of any jaggery in Oxfordshire! :)

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  34. I never knew such a drink exists. But this is truly divine...craving for it now. ;)

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  35. Finger licking...
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  36. Lovely presentation and beautiful click Jay. Looks superb.

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  37. New for me..looks delicious.

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  38. so simple and so delicious. New to me. will try it out.

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  39. love this a lot ...and good to see you back ...Hope ur kids r enjoying the break ...

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  40. As a kid I remember eagerly awaiting my share of panagam - the exotic elixir of the Gods !

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