Rice kheer or Akki payasa also known as Pal Payasa is very popular and favorite Indian dessert made with rice, whole milk and touch of saffron. Creamy rich payasam can be served hot or chilled . You can use any raw rice for this recipe. I used sona masoori rice here, you can Basmathi rice as well.
Broken wheat payasa/Cracked wheat/ godhi payasa is another mouth watering payasa we will prepare during festival season. Navarathri, sharavana masa are very auspicious days and month we offer many sweet dishes to God. Payasa/kheer are one of the healthiest and delicious sweet dishes. This is very nutritious toddler and kids food
Rave Unde is one of the oldest, and most popular sweets all over India. Though it is very easy to make, it does needs extra care while preparing this dish. My mom makes rave Unde in a different way, but I love the way my mother – in- law prepares. I am sharing this delicious Rave Unde recipe
Mosaravalakki is very easy and tasty breakfast or snack. It is very useful food when you are fasting(festival days). On Gokulashtami Day this is the dish my mother used to make. With right amount of sweetness, spice and yogurt, Mosaru(yogurt/curd) – Avalakki (flattened rice or Poha) is the perfect breakfast during hot summer days.