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Monday, February 10, 2014

Moongdal Payasam/Pasiparuppu payasam /பாசிப்பருப்பு பாயாசம்

This is very traditional payasam in south indian kitchens made with jaggery,coconut and moongdal.One of the easiest ,tastiest and nutritious dessert .My daughter loves sweets,which kid doesnt love sweets right ?At times when she doesnt eat rice ,veggies i  do this payasam to add protein ,iron to her diet.She used to finish the whole cup and ask for more .So i am very pleased with this payasam.Bachelors... who are away from home can make this and get to feel right at home .Ok ready ! can we start ...

This is my 100th post so sharing with you guys a virtual treat.Many thanks for all my supporters especially my husband,kid and my dear sister and my dear blogger friends ,from them i learnt a lot . I pray god for your well being .Eat healthy and stay healthy ...

Looking for some easy dessert recipes check sabudana kheer

Cooking time:30 min
Serves:2(around 400 ml)


  • 1/4 cup Moong dal/Pasiparupu .
  • 2 cups water.
  • 3/4 cup jaggery.
  • 1 tbp raw rice.
  • 1 tsp ghee.
  • 2 tbsp grated coconut.
  • 2 tbsp cashew and dry grapes.
  • 1 cardamom crushed.

  • Dry roast moong dal and rice until the raw smell of the dal goes off.
  • Pressure cook them for 2-3 whistles with 2 cups  of water until mushy.
  • Remove impurities from jaggery by adding little water and filtering it .
  • Add it to the cooked dal mixture.
  • Add ghee to another saute pan and roast cashew and dry grapes .
  • Add it to the payasam and  add grated coconut as well and cook it for 5 min or until all of them blends together.
  • Finally add cardamom powder.
  • Pasiparupu payasam is ready to serve.

  • Serve it to you dearies and they will hug you for sure.

  • You can adjust water consistency and jaggery level according to your taste and jaggery nature .
  • Try to remove the impurities from jaggery before adding it to cooked dal(ususally there will be small sand particles present in jaggery ,this comes from preparation itself not packaging.So whatever quality jaggery you buy whether crushed or whole one try to filter it before adding them).


  1. Lovely, yummy, droolworthy payasam. Love the last click.

  2. Congrats for hitting the 100th post and I'm looking forward to more delicious recipes in your space. I love payasam, any type and any which way its made. That of course includes the version you've shared.

    1. Thanks NAVA.I am very happy to have support from bloggers friends ...def i will give my best in the coming years,...

  3. Mouth watering payasam....I gonna try this today

    1. Thanks resna .Let me know about the results.

  4. Super delicious payasam my all time favorite.. :)

  5. Too yummy!! Just cant resist.. Love the tiny glittering hearts in the first pic :)

  6. Congrats for century, wishing many more to come, healthy sweet.

    1. Many thanks linsy ....Wish to have friends support to the end ...

  7. Yummy Payasam, we make it with Sago, Rice is new to me, will try it soon

    1. Thanks magee.My mom mother in law do it this way i do the same ..

  8. yummy moog dal payasam Priya.. My next trial in the payasam category..


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