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This is one of the repost of my earlier posts . I posted this in my initial days of blogging . At that time , i had very few viewers for my blog .But today , i have many friends . So , I wanted to share this yummy kheer with everyone .

Here is the recipe,


Moong dal – ½ cup
Rice rava – 2 tbsp
Jaggery powdered-1 cup
First filtered coconut milk-1 cup
Second filtered coconut milk – 1 cup
Elachi powder - 1tsp
Ghee – 1 tsp


1) In a kadai,fry dal for a minute and then fry for 2 minutes with 2 tbsps of rava.
2) Then add water and cook them.Wait till they are well cooked.
3) Meanwhile,boil jaggery with water in a separate kadai and filter jaggery syrup.
4) Add the syrup to the dal mixture and boil them.
5) Add second filtered coconut milk and boil for 5 minutes.
6) Then,add the first filtered coconut milk.
7) Finally add elachi powder.Turn off the flame after 5 minutes.

Serve hot with ghee.Sending this to MLLA - 21 hosted by Superchef , initially started by Susan


Hari Chandana P said…
Wonderful kheer.. sounds gr8.. :)
Sunitha said…
Sounds yum. We do not add rava I think thats mostly the difference and add fried coconut pieces. Thanks for a delicious reminder of this wonderful kheer
SathyaSridhar said…
Payasam looks delicious and sounds great,,, this is our traditional payasam for all the festivals,,, thanks dear for sharing this recipe,,take care n keep smiling,,
Nandinis food said…
Tasty with rice rava. Awesome.
Yummy and healthy kheer.

adding rava soundsnew to me :-)
Menaga Sathia said…
அரிசி ரவை செர்ர்த்து இந்த பாயசம் செய்ததில்லை.பாயசம் அருமை!!
Vrinda said…
My all time fav payasam...yummmm
Trendsetters said…
my favourite payasam....rive rava is new addition though..
Finla said…
I want the payasom.
never tried using coconut milk.Thanks for sharing it .
Yasmeen said…
Yummy kheer.Sorry for missing the rest of your entries.I've included them now :D
Tina said…
All time fav payasam..Sounds yummy...
I love this too..looks so yummy.
Priya Suresh said…
I can have this kheer anytime...fantastic!!
Suma Rajesh said…
sounds great dear...
Sarah Naveen said…
wow!!! this is my DH' fav..looks so yummy..nice recipe..
sounds easy to me SHama... going to try it..
PriyaRaj said…
Very interesting & looks yumm...but i won't add rice rava..
Sushma Mallya said…
delicious as well as simple to make it too...
Meena said…
Probably my biggest fave when it comes to payasam...havent been on your blog for awhile...glad I came back today!
Priyameena said…
Nothing can be comparable to the payasam after having a heavy south Indian meals..Looks Yummy!
Simplyfood said…
Dhal kheer looks really lovely and delicious.
My all time fav...adding 'rava' sounds interesting!wil try this method next time wen i make paysam...tnx dear
Gita Jaishankar said…
Payasam is too tempting dear :)
Nice one, looks yummy and lovely.
Achu said…
Tempting and delicious too dear.Please post event logo on ur blog.So people can read u.dear.

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