Pal payasam (paal payasam) aka rice milk pudding is a very classic Kerala dessert prepared during celebrations and festival seasons. Onasadhya / Kerala feast is never complete without serving paal payasam at the end.
This is an easy to prepare pal payasam recipe with just three ingredients. I hope, you all will try this and let me know your comments.
Pal payasam preparation
Wash and thoroughly dry the white rice. Give a pulse movement in a mixer (for 2 sec).
Keep a pressure pan on the stove, Flame it and pour the milk in it.
Add sugar, stir it until the sugar dissolves.
Lower the flame and keep it in sim. Later add cracked white rice.
Stir for a minute and close the cooker lid tightly.
Put the weight on and let it cook for 30-35 minutes.
Do not allow the whistle to come. If the whistle is about to come, switch it off for some time and again flame it in sim.
Adjust the cooking time for around 35 minutes.
Switch it off and leave as it is.
The more time you keep it untouched, the more it tastes good and thus the color changes from white to pink!!
Open up and enjoy!
Do not add any fragrance/spices or nuts. The payasam is as delicious as it is!
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