steamed bananas when we were little. Whenever she makes puttu, she will add cut
bananas along with the coconut inside the steamer and cook it. We used to fight
for that steamed banana pieces. Specially
the ripe plantain(a variety of banana) which gets more tasty when it is
steamed. They are not only tasty but so healthy. I have heard that they mash up
steamed banana and feed toddlers. This makes them chubby and healthy.
nothing to do with steamed bananas, I have a special payasam for you guys
today. This one is specially served on onam, in keralan houses. The aroma of
this payasam is wonderful with all those bananas, ghee, coconut milk and
cardamom..I love it so much, so thought of sharing it with you all.
Nendrapalam – 3
1 cup grated
– 1 cup
– 2 cups
Yelakai – 1 tsp
in a kadai. Cover with 1 cup of water and let it cook for 10 mins till they are
cooked and tender.
blender and make into a puree.
saute for 5 mins.
jaggery and mix well till the jaggery is dissoved.
coconut milk and let everything cook for 5 mins.
and mix well.
flame and add the thicker coconut milk, fried cashews and raisans. Give it a
|Take all your ingredients|
|Cook banana by adding some water in it|
|cover the pan and let it cook|
|till they are tender|
|transfer them to a mixer|
|and make into a puree|
|heat ghee in a pan|
|add the banana puree|
|and saute for a while|
|add jaggery to it|
|and mix well|
|add the thin coconut milk|
|and mix well|
|add in cardamom powder|
|and finish with thicker coconut milk|
|switch off the flame|
|add in fried cashews and raisans|