Monday, 23 July 2012

Moong Daal Sweet Dish

Moong Daal Paysam/Pasi Paruppu Payasam/
Lentil Dessert/Moong Daal Sweet Dish/Moong Daal Kheer

Hi Friends,
Hope you all enjoyed your weekends. Sometimes i wonder how fast life is going and slowly i don't know why i have started feeling that life is too small, just do whatever you want to do. Once time left    you will be left with regrets and nobody will care that why you have not gathered courage and step ahead. You must be thinking that what happened to me. I am just bit upset. Because I am one of them who afraid to step ahead when you know you will be left alone. There are always few things in my life which keeps banging in my head to try them. One of them is food.
There are lots of dishes which i wanted to try. But because of some personal reasons i avoid to try them. But now slowly i have started gathering courage to take my decisions and this dish is result of that. I even can not pronounce the name of dish exactly. Its a south Indian Keralan dish. They use coconut milk instead of milk. But i was trying first time so do not wanted to take chance. As we north Indians are not habitual of using coconut milk in food. I always wanted to try this as this is a very healthy dish for all especially kids. I tried this and it came out good. There was some points i should kept on mind. Will try it next time with them and i am sure it would be more batter. If we will make it dry then more or less it will taste like Moong Daal Halwa. Tastes great when served hot. Till then enjoy this dish.

Moong Daal    - 1/2 Cup
Milk                - 2 cup
Gud(jaggery)  - 1 Cup
Ghee               - 3 tbsp 
Dry Fruit any  - 1 tsp 

Take Your Ingredients (forgot to add milk)

Hea water and add jaggery 

Melt it

Heat 3-4 tsp ghee in a pan

Add moong daal and fry

Let it brown 

Add 3-4 cup water

after it is fully coooked mash daal with ladle 
and add milk

Add melted Jeggary

Add dry fruits

Give it a good boil



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  1. I used less jaggery and taste was less sweet. So I  increased it in the recipe.
  2. Try to cook daal after frying in the cooker for batter results. if cooking in pan then can add more water to cook as water will dry up soon and may leave daal half cooked.
  3. If making in pan, mash daal properly for creamy texture.
  4. Add more milk if you feel its dry at the end.



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