Monday, October 10, 2016

Easy Godhumai Payasam | கோதுமை பாயாசம் | Broken-wheat Payasam | Wheat Pudding

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Ingredients :-
 Broken Wheat | Godhumai    1 cup
 Condensed Milk   100 ml
 Whole milk or Coconut milk       2 cups  
 Raisins & Cashews   handful  
 Ghee    2 tbsp  
 Saffron Or Cardamom  few


1). In a pressure cooker, add broken wheat, condensed milk and whole milk or water. Let it cook in slow flame for 3-4 whistles. Switch off. 
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2). When the pressure releases, open and mix it with the laddle. Wheat should be fully cooked. Check for sweetness and payasam consistency. Add sugar or milk if needed. L
et it shimmer for few minutes in slow flame and switch off !  
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3). Heat ghee in a pan, roast cashews, sliced almonds and raisins till golden brown. Pour it on Payasam and add cardamom powder. Combine everything together.
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Serve warm or chill !! When cooled, the consistency gets thicker. Check notes to adjust the consistency.

Notes :-

# After opening the pressure cooker, if the consistency is too watery, let it be in low flame for few minutes until it reaches the desired consistency.
# If the consistency is too thick, you can add milk or water and adjust the consistency.
# Adding milk to adjust the consistency makes the payasam taste rich where as water doesn't give that richness. So add accordingly. 
# You can also use Jaggery or sugar instead of condensed milk.
# Whole Milk or Coconut milk adds flavor and gives richness to the payasam. You can even add water instead.
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