Pal Payasam / Kheer

39 Responses

  1. Foodie Ann says:

    Pal payasam my fav…but I have never attempted the pressure cooker version….The long method of stirring…always ends up with undercooked rice….:(..

    The pics looks fab…:)

  2. Priya says:

    Feel like grabbing that tempting bowl, makes me drool..

  3. Swathi says:

    Pal Payasam looks delicious.

  4. pal payasam looks yummy…recipe looks very simple..

  5. Fuat Gencal says:

    Çok güzel görünüyor. Leziz ve iştah açıcı ellerinize sağlık.


  6. Palpayasam looks so tempting..pressure cooker version sounds great..nice clicks.

  7. Nitha says:

    My aunt always makes this kind pressure cooker payasam.. enikku evdethe electric plate il try cheyyan ethu vare oru dhairyam ella.. Did you do this on a gas stove or electric one??

    BTW I have the other traditional pal payasam left in my drafts.. Shall post soon..

  8. Satya says:

    pal payasam looks so tempting the beautiful color ..yummy


  9. An Open Book says:

    that looks like a perfect bowl of goodness 🙂

  10. OH my..I wouldnt mind a serving tto…Njan avide varumpol ethellam undakipikunundeee…:-P

    Perfect color and love the easy recipe….

  11. Lovely payasam. Feel grabbing a bowl. Never made it in a pressure cooker !!

  12. Vrinda says:

    Delicious payasam……..

  13. Frist time I am hearing about red rice…does it have a different taste??/the payasam looks absolutely gorgeous and tasty…loved the frist snap….

  14. That is a nice color you got from red rice. Never used red rice before.

  15. Satrupa says:

    The kheer looks heavenly …. I usually make it with Basmati Rice. It’s a good idea to try with red rice … the Kerela way 🙂

    Cheers n Happy Cooking,

  16. palpayasam kandittu kothi adakan vayya.yummmyy..perfect pink color.

  17. Padhu says:

    Looks so tempting .I have not tried this with red rice

  18. Fathima says:

    Ari payasam… my and my son’s fav… looks perfect!

  19. Hi,

    Yummy payasam..Made a different version on sunday and posted it as well..Do visit me!!

    [email protected]

  20. Roshan says:

    never tried with red rice…pal payasam looks absolutely sinful…

  21. aipi says:

    Tempting n delicious payasam!

    US Masala

  22. Never tried cooking red rice before…this looks so delicious!

  23. Beautiful presentation,love any kind of payasam..

  24. Jaisy James says:

    easy n delicious payasam vayil ninnum vellam varunnu

  25. Sayantani says:

    thats such a creamy payasam. never made it with red rice but I have a packet and love the colour it gives to the kheer. awesome.

  26. nice colour and looks sweeet and yummmyyyy…..

  27. Satya says:

    hi dear ,
    asked me about the almond flour i used in chocolate cake ,actually i made the powder at home by grinding almond with skin …the cake tastes wonderful ..u will surely like it ..have a gr8 day


  28. Super …creamy and bowl ingu thanneru njan theerthu tharam…:-)

  29. Pavithra says:

    Wow this is one of my fav one..looks too too good ..its really tempting me.

  30. Nitha says:

    Da.. one more question regarding this.. How many servings does this make? Also 5 litre cooker aano? Sorry for too much questions tto.. 🙂

  31. Anitha Radhakrishnan says:

    tried you pal payasam for Onam today in the slow cooker. It was fantastic. thank you

  32. Yummy Team says:

    You’re welcome 🙂 Great to know that it came out well..

  33. Nisha says:

    Can we use “Matta rice” -(which we use to make choru ) to make this payasam .?..

  34. Yummy Team says:


    You can replace unakkalari (red rice) with pachari or basmathi rice..Kuthari (matta rice) is not used to prepare this payasam..

  35. veens says:

    looks so yummy 🙂
    gonna try this for onam…

    can i use “nirapara brand palakkadan matta/sortex rice ” which s the one i have with me righ now?

  36. Suzann W-A says:

    Hi Maya,
    The consistency and flavor of the payasam came out well.

    Can you please explain put weight of pressure cooker but no whistles? I closed the cooker and put the whistle on it and unfortunately the whistle went off and the milk came out.
    Did you cook it with just the lid and not the whistle itself?

    I landed up with cooking on open flame but fortunately the rice was pretty cooked. Everything else was delicious. I liked the concept of no continuous stirring 🙂

    Thanks! Sue

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