Made with raw rice, jaggery, cardamom, coconut and raisins, this payasam is a must-try from the south Indian region.
In Central Kerala, it doesn't matter if a wedding sadya (feast) has close to 20 dishes. The feast will undoubtedly be judged only on the basis of the sambar and payasam served.
For centuries, the payasam was served on the banana leaf as a side dish and not necessarily at the end of the meal. In many homes, it's still served just before the final course of ...
Banana payasam recipe: Known as pazham pradhaman in Kerala, nenedram banana payasam is something we all should try to experience the deliciousness of this rich and sweet decadent.
Elaneer payasam has also gradually become a regular fixture in South Indian restaurants and wedding menus. Here's an easy recipe you can try.
This summer-special pineapple payasam includes the goodness of the fruit to the dish. Alongside its rich taste, pineapple also has several health benefits.
Moong dal halwa is a common dessert in every large gathering or buffet set-up, and we are sure you have tried your hands to make the indulgent dessert at home too; but have you ever ...
Payasam Recipes- Loaded with sweetness and enriched with the goodness of milk, nuts, fruits and aromatic agents like kewra and saffron, Indian desserts are a treat to the taste buds and an indispensable part of ...
Vegan kheer recipe replaces regular milk with almond milk and coconut milk, both of which are considered safe for a vegan diet.
Many Kerala restaurants unfortunately don't make room on their menus for some of the region's exotic desserts. Here's a list of three exotic dessert recipe from Kerala.