Top 5 Payasam recipes for this Onam season!

No Onam passes by without the sweet flavour of Payasams in the air…Payasams are exclusive sweet delicacies of South India, especially Kerala, and Onam is the season where everybody relishes on their favourite Payasam. Here are top 5 Payasam recipes of the season-

 

  1. Kadala Parippu Payasam-

 ‘Kadala Parippu’, also known as Bengal gram, is the main ingredient used in this Payasam. The broth is made by dissolving jaggery and adding soaked Bengal Gram. This makes it one of the best payasam recipes for Onam. 

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Kadala Prippu payasam

2. Ada Pradhaman-

 Ada Pradhaman is one of the most aromatic Payasams in Kerala cuisine. It is a blend of jaggery, coconut milk, cashews and much more ingredients like cardamom, ghee and sugar. This makes it one of the best payasam recipes for Onam. 

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Ada Pradhaman

3. Paal payasam-

This payasam is nothing much but simple rice boiled in milk and sugar with an exclusive taste. Unlike other payasams, Paal Payasam never makes a person feel heavy after its consumption. This makes it one of the best payasam recipes for Onam. 

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Paal Payasam

 

 

4. Aval Payasam-

 

 

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Aval Payasam

Aval Payasam, is just like other payasams, although the main ingredient is ‘aval’. ‘Aval’ is nothing but rice flakes, and has a unique flavour of its own.  This makes it one of the best payasam recipes for Onam. 

5. Cherupayar Parippu Payasam-

 

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Cherupayar Parippu Payasam

This is one of the richest payasams in South Indian cuisine. Not only is it flavourful, but it is also healthy and nutritious. This makes it one of the best payasam recipes for Onam. 

 

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TOP 5 KERALA DISHES YOU MUST TRY-

Kerala is truly ‘God’s Own country’ when it comes to food! Ranging from spicy to sour to sweet, we have multifarious dishes that will make your mouth drool at the very thought of it. Here is the list of the top 5 Kerala dishes that are a must try-

  • Malabar chicken biriyani-

Chicken biriyani is quite famous amongst Indians! But Malabar biriyani stands out for its very unique blend of spices and flavour. Using mostly chicken, this biriyani is the most common amongst people from the beautiful district of Kozhikode, and is the first thing in this list of top 5 Kerala dishes that you must try.

Biriyani

 

  • Puttu and Kadala-

A soft piece of ‘puttu’ along with some hot flavorful ‘Kadala curry’, is the most wanted breakfast in the stunning land of Kerala. ‘Kadala’ refers to Bengal gram or chickpeas, and is mostly prepared in a spicy and aromatic gravy made of coconut milk. Although ‘puttu’ or rice cake can be eaten with banana and sugar (for those who have a sweet tooth), it is more amazing when eaten with the curry.

 

  • Sadya-

‘Sadya’ is extremely unique to South India, especially to Kerala. With a beautiful plethora of dishes spread on a banana leaf, ‘Sadya’ consists of rice and a variety of side dishes and curries like sambar, pickle, pappad etc. and is quite exotic in terms of flavour and presentation. What makes it unique is that every dish has a fixed place and no matter what the position is not meant to be changed.

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  • Appam and Egg Roast-

Appam is a pancake made out of fermented rice powder and coconut milk. It is usually thin at the edges and made thick at the centre like a dome. The most common side dish is egg roast while we also eat it with veg stew, ‘kadala’ curry, chicken stew etc.

Appam and stew

 

  • Semya payasam-

The famous ‘Semya payasam’ of Kerala will be a party in your mouth if you have a sweet tooth. ‘Payasam’ refers to a dessert which is liquid and the key ingredient is mostly milk. ‘Semya’ refers to vermicelli and it is cooked in a broth of milk, sugar, condensed milk and is garnished with fried cashews, raisins, and butter.

 

 

This list of the top 5 Kerala dishes is a must try if you are ever in Kerala. Looks like your tummy is growling with hunger! Add a ‘ payasam’ to your meal only with Masala Box.