Palada Pradhaman – 50th post

 

     Yahoooooo……!! Don’t think this is an ad for yahoo…just sharing our excitement! We have made it to our 50th post. We started our blog with great apprehension, not sure how far we would go as both of us didn’t have any idea about blogging. So this is indeed a great accomplishment for both of us. A big thank you to all of you out there for encouraging us all this way! We are grateful to our friends and family, who shared their ideas and favorite recipes which helped us immensely when we came up with this blog. It would be unforgivable if we didn’t thank our husbands, without their push we would not have taken this initiative for blogging! Looking forward to post more wonderful recipes and receiving whole lot of encouragement from you………….Getting sentimental now!

 

    To celebrate our 50th post, we are sharing with you the recipe for a yummy palada pradhaman. Sadly, the pictures couldn’t capture the real taste or flavor of pradhaman. But we could vouch for this wonderful payasam.

 

     

  

Palada Pramadhan

 

 

Ingredients

1. Rice ada – 200 gm
2. Milk – 2 litres
3. Sugar – Around 400 gm or to taste
4. Cardamom crushed – 8- 10( You can replace it with 1/2 – 3/4 tsp cardamom powder)
5. Ghee –  2 tsp
6. Cashews and raisins – 2 tbsp each

Method

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1.Wash ada in cold water and drain.
2. Pour ½ litre boiled water on the ada and keep it covered for around 20 – 25 mts. Drain the water completely.
3. Boil the milk with half litre of water and then add ada. Cook in low flame and keep stirring all the time until the ada becomes soft. Do try stirring the pradhaman in the same direction all the time.
4. Add the sugar and crushed cardamom. Mix well and stir for a few more minutes.
5. Fry the cashews and raisins in ghee. Pour ghee along with the fried items over the curry. Your palada is ready. Switch off. Enjoy!!

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Maya Akhil

Wife, Mother, Blogger and above all, an ardent lover of good food. I cook, serve, and eat with almost the same passion. The divine aroma that fills the kitchen when I cook or bake is simply what keeps me going!

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  • Heyy Yummies…Congrats on the 50th post and the Award…Wish you many many more.. Palada pradhaman is our favorite too..Yummmo..

    Thank you so much for remembering us..It means a lot…

    Love
    Kairali sisters

  • CONGRATS ON THE 50TH POST!!!Hope you get to celebrate many more milestones!!! It is so sweet of u to pass on this award to me, my friends!!I totally appreciate it! Will be following you to check out more of your authentic kerala vibhavangal:)))

  • congratulations and wish you success in all your future endeavours..
    It is so nice of you to share the award with me ..thanks for remembering RuchiBhedangal.palada looks sweet yumyy…..

  • Congrats Girls on your 50th post:-) and the award..wish you many more awards to come on your way..Love to see lot of wonderful recipes from you both..Palada pradaman is very yummy and I loved your cute presentation..Thanks for sharing the award with me..I’l post it soon in my blog..

  • Congrats on your milestone…Keep rocking girls !!!
    Congrats on your award and thanks a lot for thinking about us 🙂
    kurachu paalada pradhaman parcel, pl. 😀 It looks so so tempting

  • Congrats Maya and Lakshmi, on hitting your 50th post:) Expecting more from you guys:) Enjoy the award, you truly deserve it and wish you more and more awards in future…happy blogging:)

    Thanks for sharing the award with me, it means so much:)

    Palada pradhaman looks awesome, good way to celebrate:)

  • Congratulations Yummy Team!!
    How fast and dedicated you ladies are!
    Expecting many more healthy and simple recipes from you guys.
    Really enjoyed cooking your dishes..
    Best wishes friends :-))

  • Congrats Ladies for ur awards and half century !! hearty wishes, keep them coming. Thanks a lot for passing the award to me I am very honored.

  • Hearty Congrats ! Keep up the great work!
    I highly appreciate your proffesionalism in presenting the dishes, the clicks, the detailing of the procedure, the uniquness and most of all the inspiration generated in the minds of your readers to experiment your posts. Awesome job once again..:-)

  • Hi… This summer has been solely devoted to trying ur recipes. Hats off to u! Actually, I’m making this pradhaman ryt nw. R u sure its 2litres? After 1 hr of cooking, pradhaman is still quite loose.

  • Anonymous,

    I am really sorry for the late reply. Thanks a bunch for your sweet words. This payasam was made by Lakshmi so am not very sure about the quantity. It will thicken a lot later on so the consistency should be right after it is slightly cooled. Did you notice any change in consistency after sometime? Hope it came out well..Anyway I will check with lakshmi and update this recipe. Thanks again!

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Maya Akhil

Wife, Mother, Blogger and above all, an ardent lover of good food. I cook, serve, and eat with almost the same passion. The divine aroma that fills the kitchen when I cook or bake is simply what keeps me going!

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