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Carrot Payasam

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carrot payasam or carrot kheer is an easy sweet recipe It is prepared for any occasion. Carrot payasam as commonly referred in South India.

Carrot payasam or kheer is milk based Indian dessert that is simple to make and packed with nutrients. Carrot payasam constitutes a scrumptious and wholesome delicacy because it made out of milk and carrots that is abundant with vitamin A and C and milk, cashew, pista and badam offer calcium, vitamin E along with other nutritional value.

 

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About Recipe

Carrots methai, Carrots inippu, Carrots Misti

How to make Carrot Payasam

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Prep time
5 mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
15 mins
Carrot Payasam
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Carrots
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : September 08, 2017


Ingredients used in Carrot Payasam
• Cardamom powder - 10 grams.
• Almonds - 50 grams.
• Cashew nuts - 100 grams.
• Raisins - 50 grams.
• Sugar - 1 cup.
• Milk - 500 ml.
• Carrot - 250 grams.
• Ghee - 1 tablespoon.
• Coconut pieces - 1 tablespoon.
Method:
  • In a pressure cooker boil the Carrots, cashew nuts in water till they become soft, let it cool down, put this into the blender make a paste.
  • Heat ghee in a pan add pieces of almonds, raisins, till the raisins puff up and add pieces of coconut and add boiled milk, sugar, cook this until sugar melts,
  • Then add coarse paste of carrot and cashew nuts, cook this till mixture thickens then switch off the flame and let it cool down, then serve this.





Cooking with images Carrots madhur, Carrots , Carrots sihi





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Carrot payasam or kheer is milk based Indian dessert that is simple to make and packed with nutrients. Carrot payasam constitutes a scrumptious and wholesome delicacy because it made out of milk and carrots that is abundant with vitamin A and C and milk, cashew, pista and badam offer calcium, vitamin E along with other nutritional value.

 

Carrot payasam is delicious, rich and creamy, thick and common delicacy prepared while in Navaratri days. It's easy and incredibly convenience recipe to make in really a shorter period. This sweet is quite common in the south India. Carrots are quite multipurpose vegetable and is found in planning delicious desserts.

 

This carrot payasam is a little distinctive from the standard carrot payasam recipe since we will be including carrots, dry khoya, condensed milk which may made it rich and creamy. Dry khoya or mawa is made of dried milk and it is commonly included in making of scrumptious desserts such as gulab jamun, kalakand, kheer, rabdi and many others. Dry khoya improves the flavor of the sweet as makes it thick and creamy.

 

Carrot is the essential veggie found in making amazing desserts such as the carrot halwa, carrot cake, carrot payasam and so forth and so are enchanting for their vibrant color and natural sweetness. Carrot is a speculate vegetable which can be consumed uncooked or incorporated in a number of recipes. Most nutritional expert advice that consuming one carrot everyday maintains our teeth and eyes in good condition since they are full of vitamin A and lots of other crucial vitamins and minerals.

 

Payasam or Kheer is a conventional south Asian dessert made by often boiling rice or vermicelli, milk and sugar which is flavored with cardamom, raisins, saffron, pistachios or almonds. It is normally offered throughout a meal or may also be eaten as it's like a delicacy.

 

Payasam is a vital dish prepared during the majority of the Hindu feasts and festivities or any auspicious day. As the dish is frequently made out of rice, it may also be made out of other ingredients such as the vermicelli and carrot.

 

Kheer/ khiri/ payas came from 2,000 years back in Lord Jagannath Temple, Puri, Orissa. It's prepared in festivals, temples, and all sorts of special occasions. The word Kheer comes from Sanskrit terms Ksheeram which implies milk. Other words like Payasa or Payasam often used in South India or payesh which is used in Bengal region originated from the Sanskrit word Payas that also indicates "milk". It's prepared using milk, rice (often vermicelli or carrot), ghee, sugar/jaggery, Khoya.

 

The carrot payasam is extremely rich and delicious to taste and finest relished when offered chilled. It is also served warm as delicacy or like a side-dish with a hot, puffy puris. Warm carrot halwa and ice cream are a typical combo, frequently offered at the majority of the Indian receptions

 

Carrot Kheer or payasam is really easy to make and tastes so scrumptious hot or chilled. The sole tasks are grating the carrots. You can also make this kheer for small gatherings and parties. You may make this a day ahead and serve chilled. Both kids and adults will cherish this kheer. Now let's learn how to make carrot kheer following this super easy and scrumptious recipe.

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elvischem trailpilot Posted on Fri Jul 05 2013

I have spare carrots :) Thanks Sanjay:)

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JesusSanchezz Posted on Fri Jul 05 2013

SOOOOOO GOOD made my summer.

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Aqua Seep Posted on Fri Jul 05 2013

Please make spicy pasta dishes as soon as possible please please please

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Terri Cox Posted on Fri Jul 05 2013

This recipe looks heavenly, I was wondering if canned carrots slowly cooked would work just as well as a slow cooker, also, You used regular milk, but can cream or coconut milk be used instead of milk to give it a richer consistency and taste?

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Neththra'sVision Posted on Fri Jul 05 2013

Yummyyyyy PAYASAM thanks, thanks, thanks so much chef Sanjay Thumma. Wonderful carrot flower and nice wooden spoon.

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kokoro nagomu Posted on Fri Jul 05 2013

this looks tasty! would it be okay if i use almond or coconut milk as i don't eat dairy?

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Uma Rani Posted on Fri Jul 05 2013

teach few more recipes which can be offered as prasadam every friday

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rajia sultana Posted on Fri Jul 05 2013

make special dishes for iftar please

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Pooja Rimal Posted on Fri Jul 05 2013

U r so hot chef :)

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elaine W Posted on Fri Jul 05 2013

Yes u r hot chef~

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Pra Roy Posted on Fri Jul 05 2013

Haha I love this hot guy! You have a great sense of humour which more people should have these days. Thank you for brightening up my day.

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Santosh Subramanyam Posted on Sat Jul 06 2013

You should be able to get the same result with coconut milk - Use thick coconut milk - I have used coconut milk for my friends who are vegan it works wonders and the taste is great too.. also use some cardamom powder at the end. (optional though)

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