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Thursday, February 21, 2013

Sooji Payesh With Nolen Gur /Semolina Pudding With Date Palm Jaggery


Though traditional payesh is made with rice (gobindo bhog chaal) but let me tell you there is not limit if you have got nolen gur in your hand !! I do everything to increase my intake of Nolen Gur/Khejur Gur when in season :-) 

Ingredients:
1 Ltr Milk
1/4 cup Semolina 
2 tsp Ghee
9-10 Almonds (soaked in water overnight, peel off the skin next day and slice)
8-10 Cashews 
8-10 Raisins
3/4 cup grated Nolen gur (Date Palm Jaggery) or you can use plain jaggery. Adjust the sweetness according to your taste
Small pinch of Salt

Method:
Heat ghee in a pan on low flame and add sooji, cashews, raisins and fry till golden brown and it leaves nice aroma. Keep this aside.

Pour milk in a thick bottomed pan and bring it to a boil. Stir occasionally for almost 15 minutes on low flame. Now add semolina along with nuts, small pinch of salt and cook stirring continuously until it becomes thick. Switch off the burner and add nolen gur. 

Keep stirring till gur is melted in milk mixture thoroughly. Put it back on flame on low heat and cook for another 5-7 minutes. Transfer to serving bowl and garnish with sliced almonds. I personally like to have warm bowl of sooji'r payesh. With each passing hour it will become dense so you may want to add some warm milk into it to dilute this aromatic payesh.


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38 comments:

  1. I am totally in love with it. Rich and yummy

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  2. Your payesh looks delicious! You've tempted me to make these right away! Love that its made of gur / jaggery!

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  3. Beautifully prepared dear...and your shots are lovely!!

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  4. Very nice and interesting kheer. Pretty presentation

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  5. looks so tempting and creamy :)

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  6. Delicious payesh.never tried making this with jaggary,as date palm jaggary may not be available here so will try with normal jaggary.tempted to taste it:)

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  7. Very tempting payasam Deepa. I am in love with yout serving plate. Looks so good.

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  8. liked 2nd and 3rd click deepa.. looks tempting..

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  9. U know, as I'm typing this, U just sent me a comment for the chocolate fudge....like minds think and act alike?? :-) haha...

    Deepa, I'm spellbound with your pics and the props n backdrops etc....awesome awesome!! The kheer is also just great!

    Regards,
    Manju
    http://manjuseatingdelights.blogspot.com/

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  10. woow deeps...so well executed...gr8 clicks and love the recipe

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  11. Tomar Blog er chobi gulo daroon Deepa... Rawa Pudding looks so yumm...

    Last time forgot to follow you. This time for sure Happy to follow you.

    Decoration ta daroon korecho...

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  12. Wish i get a huge bowl of this rich looking payesh,irresistible and especially love ur serving plate.

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  13. One thing I forgot to bring back from Kolkata.
    Am going through your collection and bookmarkign several. Thanks!:-)

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  14. Beautifully prepared and is a delicious payesh. So tempting.

    www.indianrecipecorner.com

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  15. Delicious payesh/kheer! Wonderful snaps! I am your new follower! Do visit/follow my blog at - http://www.rita-bose-cooking.com/

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  16. Quick n delicious kheer.. Looks nice :)

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  17. I've never had anything with date palm jaggary - we usually get the sugar cane one here. But the payesh looks absolutely tempting. Would love to give this a try soon :)

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  18. Someone onto propping ! Deepa, LOVE LOVE LOVE ur props, and above all that suji payesh. somehow I never could figure out how to maintain its consistency and you have done it so beautifully.

    Sukanya

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  19. Delicious pudding, awesome clicks dear.

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  20. Hi there
    I have been following your blog for quite some time now and believe me I look forward to you mail every day. Can u plus tell me where do you get nalen gur here in Bangalore.I stay on bannerghatta road

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  21. I just tasted a spoon dear...you know who licked it off fully.....delectable recipe....nice clicks....

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  22. BTW.. Thanks for visiting my space. i loved your blog. You have some good recipes here. Following you here

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  23. These look amazing. What a decadent treat. I love that you use Nolan Gur in the recipe. :) Hope you're enjoying you weekend so far.

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  24. Sounds and looks amazing,would love to have some of this creamy payesh.

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  26. A visual treat indeed.Loved the payesh very much.

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  27. It looks so good! Cant't wait to grab that glass now...

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  28. i remember one of my neighbors in India used to make this, brought back memories

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  29. Deepa, this looks extremely yummyyyy!!!! Nice pics too :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  30. Rich and creamy kheer. I wanted to try for a long time! Looks so so tempting :)

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