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Monday, August 11, 2014

Oats Payasam/Easy kheer without milk

                     This month is auspicious for every Indian.We tamilians call it  aadi (otherwise "shravan" for others).Many festivals occur this month or this is start of festive season .In aadi month fridays are very special ,my mother-in -law do different payasam for every friday .
                     I did oats payasam for this week friday.Its absoulte delicious and yummy .If you have sweet tooth then this payasam is for absolutely for you .Payasam was little watery ,if you want it little thicker reduce the water added while cooking the oats .
I used very small sidedish cup (available in thali) for measuring oats ,water and jaggery(whatever cup you use ratio remains same ) .

Some easy payasam recipes

Javarisi Payasam/Sabudana Kheer
Moongdal Payasam

Cooking time:25 min

  • 1 cup oats
  • 8 cups water
  •  2 1/2  cup jaggery(powdered)
  • few badam and few dried grapes
  •  2 tbsp coconut
  • 1 tbsp ghee
  • 1 cardamom crushed.

  • Fry the oats for around 5 min until oats smells.
  • Add 8 cups of water and cook it for around 10  min covered or until oats is cooked  well.
  • Add grated jaggery to clean tava and add little water to it .
  • When the jaggery melts strain it using strainer.
  • Add the jaggery water to oats mixture .
  • Let the oats and jaggery mixture get together  well .
  • Add 2 tbsp coconut and crushed cardamom to payasam.
  • Add ghee to another saute pan and add chopped badam (or else cashew) and dried grapes to it and fry until badam(or cashew) turns little brown.
  • Add this to the payasam  and serve it .

  • You can serve it hot or cold according to your wish.


  • Payasam is little waterywe like it that way .If you wish the payasam to be thick add little less water .
  • According to the water level you can reduce the jaggery level .
  • I used achu vellam around 1 3/4  for this quantity of oats and water .
  • If you like the payasam to be rich you can replace  two cup of water with thick milk.

Linking this recipe to gayathris arinellikkai oorukai

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