Moong dal kheer. As it fills your mouth, it oozes out a melty goodness with a just the right hint of chewiness to make you crave some more.
The coolest part? This isn’t merely a Naturopathic dish. This is traditionally a feast-only dish that grandmothers have competed with each other for, for centuries.
You wouldn’t believe how simple it is to prepare. Just combine a cereal or pulse with something sweet, something fatty and a spice of your choice, and payasam is ready! Like Sweet Pongal, payasam is super easy to prepare.
Can Kheer be Healing?
One would hardly classify payasams as healthy, because in most households, payasam is made with rava or semiya (refined wheat), milk, sugar and ghee. You can enjoy this moong dal kheer not only guilt-free, but knowing that every bite is giving you a longer, healthier life!
Every language in India has a name for this delectable dessert: Moong Dal Kheer in North India, Pasi Parappu Payasam in Tamil, Hesarubele Payasa in Karnataka, Pappu payasam in Telugu.
New Year or Diwali, wedding or naming ceremony, this rich, creamy, gluten free, sugar free, oil free and dairy free moong dal kheer recipe will make your friends and relatives drool like you’ve never seen before!