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Nenthrappazham Prathaman



Ingredients

5 medium size blet nenthrapzham
200gm jaggery
1/4 cup water
4-5 tbsp ghee
3/4 cup thick coconut milk (onnam paal)
2 cups thin coconut milk (randam paal)
3 cups very thin coconut milk (moonam paal)
(3 coconuts you may need)
1/4 cup chopped coconut
1/4 tsp cumin powder
1/4 tsp ginger powder (chukku podi)

Method

Steam the bananas with skin.Once it’s cool,peel and clean the outer fibres and inner seeds.Mash the bananas either with hand or in a small mixer.Boil the jaggery with water and strain.In a thick bottomed vessel or ideally in an Uruli mix the mashed banana with jaggery syrup and start cooking.Use a spatula and mix well.This mixture should be roasted well in low medium fire adding ghee in between.Once the mixture start separating from sides,pour the very thin coconut milk and cook in full flame.Mix in between and cook till this liquid turns thick.Now pour the thin coconut milk and again bring to a boil.Cook till this turns thicker and switch off the stove. Immediately add the thick coconut milk along with ginger and cumin powders.Mix well.In fact after adding the thick coconut milk you are not supposed to cook payasam since it will spoil the taste.Heat ghee in a small pan and roast the chopped coconut and pour this over Prathaman.Let payasam rest for a while and serve with pappadam !

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10 comments on “Nenthrappazham Prathaman

  1. Rafeeda AR
    September 3, 2014

    I am drooling at that nenthrapazham pradhaman… I love these naadan payasams, we don't know to make them… 🙂

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  2. remya sean
    September 3, 2014

    yummy….
    please visit my space if you get time http://www.remyasean.blogspot.in

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  3. Preetha Soumyan
    September 3, 2014

    oh…. i am drooling here…. ADIPOLI ayyitundu

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  4. Amina Khaleel
    September 3, 2014

    fabulous recipe… mouth watering…. your clicks are just awesome…

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  5. Priya Suresh
    September 3, 2014

    Omg, wat a color, this prathaman is asking me make some soon but nenthrapazham is definitely a rare one here, wish i live near u.

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  6. Mélange
    September 4, 2014

    Rafee,lill' bit of work and nothing on earth can compete with a prathaman for it's lusciousness !

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  7. Mélange
    September 4, 2014

    Thanks Remya,

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  8. Mélange
    September 4, 2014

    Thanks Preetha..happy that you loved it..

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  9. Mélange
    September 4, 2014

    Thanks Amina..Hope you rock !

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  10. Mélange
    September 4, 2014

    That's true Priya..nenthrapazham is a rare scene in Paris..I would have carried it for you dear !

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This entry was posted on September 3, 2014 by in kerala food, payasam, Sadya (സദ്യ).

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