Thursday, October 18, 2012

Day 3&4#: Pachapayaru Vella Sundal / Green gram Sweet sundal | Navarathiri Recipes

For day 3&4 (yes both fall on the same day) of Navarathiri, I made pachapayaru sundal for padayal. Since it has been savory sundal varieties for the past two days, I wanted to make something sweet today for neivedhiyam (read for us) and hence settled down for pachapayaru vella sundal. Amma used to make this for us when we were kids but she used to mash everything up and make balls out of the mixture. That way she found it easy to feed us and we found it easy to gobble them up. This time I made it dry and I loved this version too.


~*What U Need*~
Green gram / Pachapayaru – 1/2 cup
Salt – A pinch
Jaggery – 1/4 cup
Water – 2-3 tbsp
Grated coconut – 3 tbsp
Cardamom powder – a pinch(optional)

How I Made it:
Soak the green gram in water for 4 hours. Drain and pressure cook with water for 2 whistles. Drain the green gram. Take the powdered jaggery in a pan, cover with little water and make a syrup. After the jaggery has melted, strain it to remove the impurities. Heat again till it becomes frothy and thick. Remove from flame and add the cardamom powder. I skipped it.

Add the cooked dal and mix well with a fork to avoid turning mushy. Add the grated coconut and mix well. Cool completely.

Serve as snack.


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27 comments:

  1. Very healthy and delicious recipe.. nice step by step pics.. thanks for sharing Vimitha :)
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  2. Delicious and healthy sundal.Hope some day I could prepare such a lovely dish.
    Deepa

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  3. I could eat this even as a snack..

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  4. A healthy and yummy recipe to try for the Navarathri.Appreciate the step by step pictures.


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  5. very common sundal in Navartri in every one's house.Yours looks great

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  6. Sooo delicious! Looks appealing!

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  7. Yummy delicious sundal, inviting.

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  8. This is interesting. Sweet, delicious and healthy.. Love it.

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  9. What a lovely treat for the holiday! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

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  10. Wow its new to me Sweet sundal never tried and eat before.

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  11. yummy sweet Sundal..
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  12. Delicious sweet sundal. I love it.

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  13. That's indeed yummy and healthy.And loved the simple presentation .

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  14. Hi Vimitha, this look delicious. I'm sure it taste good with rotis. yum yum

    Have a nice day ahead.

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  15. making the sweet version of this is new to me. thanks for sharing. my kids will love this, will try soon

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  16. Yummy sweet sundal...we make with karamani too

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  17. This ia my fav. Love to have with evening tea

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