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Palada Pradhaman

On the occasion of Onam whip up a sweet kheer made with rice ada, milk and a handful of dry fruits.

Palada Pradhaman Palada Pradhaman

Recipe Servings

: 4

Recipe Cook Time

: 1 Hour 30 Minutes
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Ingredients

  • 3/4 cup rice ada

    4 cups milk

    3/4 th cup sugar

    10 cashew nuts

    8-10 raisins

    4 crushed green cardamoms

    1 Tbsp clarified butter/ ghee

Method

Boil the milk and cook the rice ada in it for about 30 minutes.

Add sugar while stirring all the time. Lower the flame and keep stirring off and on for an hour.

Then, fry cashew nuts and raisins in ghee and add it to the rice ada.

After that, add the crushed cardamom and stir for a few minutes.

Your palada pradhaman is ready to eat.

Wondering what is rice ada?
They are thin flakes of rice flour. It is made out of rice flour, ghee and some sugar.
Rice ada is a delicacy of Kerela often served as breakfast or an evening snack and is steamed in a banana leaf. Easily available in grocery stores in Kerala.

Key Ingredients: Milk, Sugar, Cashew Nuts, Raisins, Green Cardamom, Clarified Butter


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