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Last Updated Friday December 09 2016 09:19 AM IST

Elaneer Payasam

Saraswathy Viswanathan
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Elaneer Payasam

Elaneer or tender coconut water is a favourite beverage among the Keralites. This Vishu, try blending the goodness of elaneer with milk to make this wonderfully unique payasam.

Ingredients

2 litres of milk

1€“-2 litres of tender coconut water / elaneer

2 cups tender coconut pulp

1 cup coconut milk first extract

½ kg jaggery

1 tsp cardamom powder  

Preparation

Boil the milk and reduce it to ¾ of its quantity

Rest the milk and wait until it cools down to room temperature

Meanwhile, powder jaggery finely and mix with the coconut water. Strain the mixture with a strainer

Whip the coconut pulp lightly taking care not to beat it to a pulp

Mix the whipped pulp and coconut milk together with coconut water and jaggery mixture

Mix all of this with the milk that has been kept aside, and add the powdered cardamom

Serve chilled


(The author is a food blogger who blogs @www.hottavasandovens.blogspot.in

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