Saturday, February 7, 2009

Vermicilli and Sabodana kheer



Lost in the process of posting recipes...I didn't even realise that I had crossed 50 posts..Only today when I saw my 55th post...I did!!! Hence on this Happy Occasion I thought nothing better than kheer to sweeten your tastebuds. This kheer is my hubby's and kiddos all time favourite. My daugher just adores these white pearls with vermicilli.

Ingredients:
vermicilli- 1 cup
sabudana - ¼ cup
sugar - 1 cup
milk - 2½ cup
water - 1 cup
cashew and raisins for garnish
cardamom powder- 1 tsp
Ghee - 1 tsp

Method:
Soak sabudana in 1 cup of water for half an hour. Cook till the sabudana turns into transparent
pearl- like.
Get the milk to a boil in a milk pot.
Heat ghee in a kadai, fry cashews and raisins and keep aside.
In the same ghee add vermicilli. Fry on low flame till light brown. Now pour hot milk into the kadai and cook vermicilli. When they turn soft add cooked sabudana and get to a boil.
Now add sugar and cook further till the sugar melts down. Sprinkle cardamom powder and turn off the flame. Let rest for a while and have it warm or cold as you like.

Note: The consistency of the kheer should be thinner since the kheer thickens as it cools.
Adjust the sweetness according to your taste.



9 comments:

sowmya said...

i had a simialr payasam at my friends place recently..good one..I like it..

SriLekha said...

its my all time favorite

suparna said...

payasam looks lovely. Sabodana with vermicilli is a good combo...

Smitha said...

Good luck for more posts!

Chitra said...

I like this payasam so much:)Nice post.Do Check out my schezuan fried rice tried from ur blog..:)thanks:)

Ashwini said...

My husbands favourite..Looks yummy and tempting..

yasmeen said...

congrats on crossing milestone 50 delicious posts,the kheer looks very inviting:)

Adlak's tiny world said...

hey two in one kheer. tempting texture and lovely color.

Namrata Kini said...

Congrats Poonam for completing 50 posts. I have 2 more to reach 50. Dudhpak looks very tempting. Last week I thought of replacing sugar with jaggery in dudhpak. It was a disaster. My milk curdled. Sometimes some experiments dont work...Hehe.