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Rice - 1 cup
Moong dal - 1/4 cup
Milk - 1/4 cup
Jaggery  --i used 100gms
Sugarcane juice - 2 cups
Cashews,Badam and elachi --few numbers


1) Boil 1 cup of water and sugarcane juice in a pot . Once it starts boiling , add rice and dal.
2) Leave in medium flame and cover it with a lid.
3) Meanwhile dissolve jaggery in hot water and filter the impurities .
4) Once the water in rice is drained completely , add jaggery syrup and mix them well .
5 ) Leave it flame till it thickens .
6) Add milk before removing from the flame . Temper it with ghee roasted
cashews,badam and elachi .

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Unknown said…
very innovative and delicious looking sweet pongal shama :)
VEry different and delicious shama...
Unknown said…
Lovely Dessert...
Hamaree Rasoi said…
Delicious and lovely looking pongal. Excellent breakfast.
My granny used to make it ! I can imagine how delicious it would be!
Unknown said…
please feed that spoon of pongal for me...yumm
meena said…
Must have tasted so yummy,i could imagine the medley of sugarcane juice with the rice and dhall.shld try sometime.
Sanoli Ghosh said…
Wow.....delicious! Finger licking good pongal.

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Teena said…
wow..that is an interesting recipe with sugarcane juice! Looks really tasty!!
Unknown said…
Pongal looks so tempting... Loved the addition of sugarcane juice
Preety said…
different way to prepare pongal it
VineelaSiva said…
Wow Shama sounds interesting.Never tried and tasted.
Priya Suresh said…
Sugar cane pongal looks simply fabulous, lovely twist to our usual pongal.
divya said…
looks wonderfully yummy..
nayana said…
sugarcane juice must have really made the pongal very interesting .....
Sangeetha Nambi said…
OMG ! What an innovation... Love it...
Unknown said…
thats an awesome preparation..
Unknown said…
Wonderful juicy dish dear
Jaleela Kamal said…
super o super shama

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