Aren't desserts the most sort after delicacy during festivals.
Each festival brings in its special desserts. If modaks are for Ganesh Chaturthi and Ghevar for Raksha Bandhan, Onam too has its special desserts. One among them is the Payasam.
So, here we are all equipped to spoil you for choice by presenting Six tempting payasam recipes that you should try this Onam.
Text by: Sneha M
Ada Pradhaman, a traditional payasam recipe from Kerala, is a rich dessert is served during all major Malayali festivals including Onam.
Get the recipe of Ada Pradhaman here
This Onam make an quick and easy Indian dessert with minimum ingredients. All you would need to make Semiya Payasam are Vermicelli, Ghee, Milk, Sugar and dry fruits and you are ready to make this delicious dessert.
Make Semiya Payasam by following this recipe
An Indian dessert that is made with ripe plantain and jaggery as the main ingredients. This tasty sweet could be served piping hot or chilled as desired after meals.
Get Pazham Prathaman recipe here
Most common payasam in South India is the Parippu Payasam. This delicious dessert is made with moong dal, jaggery and coconut milk.
Click here to get Parippu Payasam recipe
A very simple and easy dish, this payasam is made with rice, milk and sugar. Garnish with roasted cashewnuts, raisins and cardamom and serve. You could get creative and serve this in glasses.
Get the recipe of Paal Payasam here
Kerala is known for its coconut and this dessert, as the name suggests, is based on coconut milk. You would also need tender coconut along with the thick coconut milk for this recipe. Serve chilled, garnished with fried raisins and cashews.
Click here for Elaneer Payasam recipe