Low Budget Recipe: Have you ever eaten a dessert made with lentils?! “Moong Dal Payasam/Kheer”- healthy, sweet, creamy and absolutely delicious! (Recipe in the comments)

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  1. Sweetened lentils are the star of this simple sweet dish! This moong dal payasam is made with small yellow lentils, jaggery, cardamom and coconut milk! Very healthy and kids favorite dessert can be eaten after lunch/dinner.

    CLICK [HERE](https://youtu.be/91k2EJsyVEY) for step-by-step video recipe

    Ingredients:

    For Roasting Moong Dal:

    • Ghee (Clarified butter)/Vegan Ghee – 1 tbsp

    • Moong Dal – 3 cups

    For Pressure Cooking:

    • Water – 6 cups

    For Roasting Dried Nuts:

    • Ghee (Clarified butter)/Vegan Ghee – 1 tbsp

    • Raisins & Cashews (Chopped) Mix – 1/2 cup

    (You can include nuts of your choice)

    For Payasam:

    • Ghee (Clarified butter)/Vegan Ghee – 1 tbsp

    • Jaggery – 3 cups

    • Water – 2 cups

    • THICK Coconut Milk – 2.5 cups

    • Cardamom Powder – 2 tsp

    • Ghee (Clarified butter)/Vegan Ghee – 1 tbsp

    Method:

    1. Firstly, wash and soak moong dal in water for 2-3 hours.

    2. Drain the water and roast the moong dal for 7-8 mins on low flame in ghee until it turns aromatic.

    3. Add water and moong dal in the pressure cooker.

    4. Pressure cook for 2 whistles or until dal turns soft.

    5. In a pan/tawa add ghee and roast the dried nuts. (DO NOT BURN the nuts)

    6. Add water to the pan to dissolve jaggery. Dissolve the jaggery in water on low flame.

    7. Stir and dissolve jaggery completely.

    8. Once the jaggery melts, filter it to remove any impurities if present.

    9. Add in jagarrey water to the pressure cooked moong dal and mix well.

    10. Further, add thick coconut milk and stir well.

    11. Add cardamon powder, roasted dried nuts and ghee. Mix well.

    12. Simmer for 5-6 minutes

    13. Turn off the flame and give a good mix.

    Finally, enjoy moong dal payasam or paruppu payasam after your lunch.

    NOTE: This dish can be prepared in Instant Pot as well.

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