No feast in Kerala is complete without a bowl full of thick payasam or kheer. Whether its the extra rich parippu payasam made of dal or the all-time-favourite pal ada, payasam is a showstopper for your Onasadya. Here are 5 kinds of payasam that you can cook at home to make your Onam extra sweet.
Gothambu pradhaman is a sweet treat to celebrate Vishu, Onam or other festivals. Made from gothambu (broken wheat), this payasam is delicious and a must-to-have recipe in your list.
Ada pradhaman is the classic Kerala payasam recipe. It is a sweet treat of ada, jaggery, and coconut milk.
What immeasurably happy feeling the tender coconut brings! So include a bit of it in your celebrations with this unique karikku payasam.
A 'hot' favourite among the more simple versions of the payasam, the vermicelli or semiya payasam is a sure winner during special occasions.
This payasam is extra rich with jaggery and pulses cooked together to give a creamy dessert full of coconut milk.