godhuma rava payasam – cracked wheat kheer, recipes for festivals, Maha Shivaratri prasadam
godhuma rava payasam
I’ve obtained requests to publish recipes for festivals like Maha Shivaratri, Navratri, Ganesh Chaturthi. Tomorrow is Maha Shivaratri (seventeenth February, 2015) and am fasting. Down South we eat grains throughout fasts in contrast to in North India. I often prefer to make recipes which can be subtly spiced, not too candy and with minimal elements. Godhuma rava payasam is a reasonably simple prasadam, a breeze to make and to not point out, comforting.
The primary elements on this specific payasam are cracked wheat aka damaged wheat and jaggery. Cracked wheat goes by the title godhuma rava in telugu, daliya in hindi, gothumai ravai in tamil and gothambu rava in malayalam. Sweetener of alternative is jaggery however sugar will also be used or a mix of each. Vegans can use almond milk or coconut milk. In case you have any left over payasam, refrigerate. On the time of serving, add some heat milk, combine over low flame and its nearly as good the day it was ready. However be mindful, milk primarily based desserts do not need an extended shelf life and its finest to refrigerate and eat inside 2-3 days of preparation. There are just a few variations to cracked wheat kheer. I can even weblog one other model which requires the addition of yellow moong dal and coconut milk.
If you’re on the lookout for pageant meals gadgets or prasadam to supply God, godhuma rava payasam matches the invoice. 🙂