Moong Dal Kheer | Pasiparuppu Payasam

Moong dal payasam/ Pasiparuppu payasam/ Moong dal kheer

Moong dal payasam is a delicious, creamy dessert sweetened with traditional jaggery and enhanced the taste with coconut milk. For best results you need to use best quality jaggery which is dark brown in colour. The coconut milk gives the creaminess to the payasam which pairs well with the moongdal. If you don't have time to prepare coconut milk, no problem, just grind the fresh grated coconut nicely and add it to the payasam. I personally prefer the addition of sagos(javarisi) in this payasam because they are required to thicken it.





Moong dal payasam with step by step photos





Prep time : 25 minuts
Cook time : 30 minutes
Serves : 4

Ingredients
  • 1/2 cup moongdal
  • 1/8 cup sago(javarisi)
  • 1 cup  jaggery
  • 1 cup coconut milk 
  • 2 tbsp ghee
  • 7 broken cashew nuts
Cooking Directions

1. Heat a frying pan and dry roast the moong dal until a nice aroma comes out. Switch off the flame and add the sagos(javarisi). Keep it in the heat for few minutes. Allow them to cool completely.


2. Soak the roasted dal and sago for 20 to 30 minutes and pressure cook for 1 to 2 whistles. 


In the meantime, add 1/2 cup water to the jaggery. Keep on low flame and let them to dissolve completely.


Now filter the jaggery syrup to the heavy bottomed kadai or brass pot. Keep on low flame and allow it to boil. 


Next, add this mashed dal to the jaggery syrup along with 1 tbsp ghee. 


7. Mix them well without any lumps and cook on low flame. Stir it frequently to avoid burns in the bottom.


When it gets thick, slowly add in the coconut milk to the payasam stirring continuously. Keep on low flame and when you see few boils are coming on the top of the payasam switch off the flame. 


Delicious and rich creamy payasam is ready. 


If you try this recipe for Moong dal payasam send us your comments below and share the recipe for your friends and family.

Here is a short video for Moong Dal Payasam 


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  1. Dear mam we need some popular starter from south Indian ....is possible to share

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