We are already in Q and I was in a fix what to do for Q. Forget a sadya item, I cannot think of any dish from Kerala which will feature under Q.
Questions raised in my quivered mind and my quest ended when I sought out Quaker Oats for a quick way out!
There was a need to finish off an opened coconut milk pack as well, so it Oats payasam filled the bill in every possible way.
Here goes the recipe:
Saute half cup oats in 1 tsp ghee. Once it changes color, add one cup water and let it cook. After 2-3 minutes (it gets cooked fast), add 3/4 cup jaggery to it and mix. Once the jaggery melts, add one cup thin coconut milk and let it boil. Once its come together, add half cup thick coconut milk and mix. Take off the heat before it starts boiling.
In a small pan, heat 1 tbsp ghee. Roast 1 tbsp cashews and 1 tbsp raisins. Add it to the payasam and it’s ready to serve!
- A – Avial, Ada Pradhaman, Achinga Payar – Chena Mezhukkupiratti
- B – Beetroot Kichadi, Beet root thoran, Beans Thoran
- C – Carrot Thoran, Cabbage Thoran
- D – Daal – Parippu Curry
- E – Erisseri – Chena & Mathan Vanpayaru
- F – Fruit Pachadi
- G – God’s Own Country – Kerala
- H – How to Serve a Sadya
- I – Inji Puli
- J – Jackfruit Payasam – Chakka Payasam
- K – Kalan & Koottu Curry
- L – Lemon Rasam
- M – Mambazha Pulisseri & Mathan Pachadi
- N – Neer Moru/ButterMilk
- O – Olan
- P – Payasam & Pookkalam
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