Monday, March 12, 2012

Mixed Fruit Pradhaman/Fruit Pradhaman/Mixed Fruit Payasam


Ingredients:-
Mixed fruits, cut into small pieces-3 cup
Jaggery syrup-1/2 cup
Coconut milk-1 cup
Cashews-10-20 nos;
Raisin – 10-20  nos;
Ghee – 2 tbsp
Sabudana-2 tsp
Cardamom powder-a pinch
Directions:-
·         Soak sabudana in water for 15 minutes and keep it aside.
·         Take a pan,add 2 tbsp ghee and fry cashews and raisins and remove from ghee, keep it aside.
·         Add the mixed fruits into the same ghee, sauté for 10-15 minutes.
·         Add the jaggery syrup and again sauté for 5-10 minutes. Add the soaked sabudana and stirring for 5 minutes.
·         Add coconut milk and switch off flame and add the cardamom powder. Mix well
·         Finally garnish with fried cashews and raisins.

·         Serve with warm or cold….



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28 comments:

  1. wow...fish payasam...bookmarked dear :-)

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  2. lovely pradhaman, absolutely yummy one :)

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  3. This is delicious. Something totally new to me. Great recipe. XX

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  4. This would make a perfect light dessert!

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  5. Fruit, cashews and coconut milk-count me in. Sometimes I really do crave stuff like this-no cake, no pie, just a bowl of sweetened fruit-yum! Great post.

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  6. This looks really very healthy and delicious too....thanx dear 4 sharing this...nice ...
    Maha

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  7. A healthy and tasty payasam, looks very good..

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  8. Very yummy n innovative pradhman,never heard of this before..perfect to sneak fruits to kidoos:-)

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  10. Sounds sweet and delicious!!!

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  11. Great way to serve fruits, sounds Yumm. Delicious looking fruit Pradhaman :-)

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  12. What a delectable sweet way to enjoy fruits!

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  13. Hey very interesting and something different

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  14. really nice!..........very tasty.fruits,coconut milk..jaggery yummy!

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  15. sounds healthy and delicious dear :)

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  16. This is like panchamrutham. We do it whenever we have some fruits at home - cut them up,add jaggery,nuts, honey. Mix. No cooking. Allow all the juices to come out and seep into the ingredients and it is time to hog! This is a nice variation.

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  17. very yummy pradhaman....awesome...

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  18. very yummy and healthy too love to have it...colorful too...
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  19. i am coming here after ages i think..was in hibernations :D.. i have had this is kerala..my dad makes them too..so brings back memories.. yours looks awesome :).. thanks for linking it :)

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  20. simply delicious and wonderful one !! Thanks for linking to the event !!

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