My mom often prepares Payatham paruppu (aka pasi paruppu) payasam. I love this kheer and I have this as a side dish for chapattis 😀 Heard Moong dal kheer is very famous in Kerala! Here is my version of Payatham paruppu payasam.
Payatham paruppu (Moong Dal): 1 cup
Jaggery: 1 cup
Milk: 1 cup
Cardamom powder: a pinch
Cashews and Raisins: few
Ghee: 2 tsps
- Shallow fry the dal for few mins till it turns slight brownish in color.
- Pressure cook the dal.
- Boil the milk and add the jaggery.
- Keep stirring till the jaggery completely dissolves.
- Now add the cardamom powder and the cooked dal.
- Allow it to cook for 2-3 mins and remove it from the stove.
- Heat ghee and fry the cashews and raisins.
- Add it to the kheer.
- Serve the kheer hot or cold.
- Frying the dal is not mandatory. You can also start from step 2.
- I have prepared the kheer with and without frying the dal, either way the payatham paruppu payasam tastes yummy 🙂
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28 replies on “Payatham paruppu payasam | Moong Dal Kheer”
Its my favourite too… But not yet tried it, will try on some special occasions.. 🙂
Btw, thanks for your sweet comments for my post dear… I use Nikon D50. Have a nice day… 🙂
never had moong daal kheer before, am really liking the idea …will try it soon 🙂
I do this daily for my hubby,very easyy and tasty too:)first time here,u have a nice space.posts are really goood..DO visit mine at ur free time:)
Delicious payasam.. Looks lovely!
Looks delicious, your pics look tempting and reminded me I haven’t had this in quite a while now 🙂
My fav dish… looks delicious…
Thanx anu for ur lovely comment.Your payasam and mine are same except jaggery.I love to have jaggery but my hubby likes sugar.
Varunavi is my daughters name it is one of the name of goddess laxmi
Wow Saritha, Varunavi is a lovely name 🙂 S I have heard about adding sugar but have not tried it yet. Will do it some time.
my favourite payasam.adding dates is improve taste
Priya, Meenal : Do try this out and let me know ur feedback 🙂
Anu, Usha , Sri, Dad: Thans a lot dearies.
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This is my first time here and you have a nice collection of recipes..I was just drooling over the mint channa pulav 😀
Thanks Vidhya. Glad that u liked the mint pulav. Do keep in touch 🙂
Nice moong daal kheer. Very simple and healthy yet delicious. Thanks for sharing your recipe!
Thanks for the receipr.It is very simple to try but but one question , when the milk & jaggery is mixed the milk turns sour. what is solution to avoid it?
Thanks for stopping by 🙂
I usually boil the milk well, simmer the stove and add the jaggery. Powder jaggery before adding. Am sure jaggery with milk should taste gud…
Mmmm… sour taste could be due to the jaggery that u had used! I use pale yellow ones available in desi stores.