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    Easy Banana Payasam | Valaipalam Payasam | No Ghee Payasam | Quick Payasam Recipes





    Many of us are very often encountered with surprise guests and hungry tummies, and I know the pain of preparing something delicious with no special ingredients at hand. Such a situation can make you go nuts but I promise that some humble ingredients from your kitchen pantry can make wonders and even gain you praises. Just some wheat flour is enough to make wheat flour kheer or some bananas will also do, you definitely do not need sago or semolina or rava to make a kheer nor any special ingredients, not even ghee or nuts!! Yes you can make payasam with humble wheat flour or bananas, it takes just a few minutes, but your guests will love it for sure. For wheat flour kheer click here and for the humble, easy and quick banana payasam scroll down. This banana payasam does not steal your time nor needs special ingredients, just few bananas, milk and grated coconut is enough to get the perfect appetizing payasam. You can also make these on special occasions, or for any party where you need to please a huge crowd. This involves very little effort and you will be thrilled with the welcome your payasam gets. To surprise your surprise guests with this kheer, lets get to know how I made it. 

    Check out my easy to make wheat flour kheer here!!






    INGREDIENTS

    Makes 2 small cups of payasam 
    Total Preparation Time - 5 minutes
    For printable recipe card click here
    1. Ripe banana - 1 small fruit (mine weighed 54 grams with skin) 
    2. Milk - 150 ml 
    3. Grated / Shredded coconut - 2 spoons 
    4. Vanilla essence - 2 drops 
    5. Cardamom pods - 2 (crushed)
    6. Sugar - 4 spoons (or as per taste) 


    PREPARATION METHOD

    • Skin banana and grate using a grater. (Do not use mushy ripe bananas, just ripe yet firm bananas will be perfect for the recipe)
    • Now pour milk into a saucepan and place on flame. After it boils, add sugar stir well, then add the crushed cardamom pods. 
    • Once the sugar gets dissolved and when you smell the aroma of cardamom pods add the grated banana and stir well for few seconds. 
    • Add vanilla essence, mix well and remove from flame. 
    • Serve warm or cold!!




    TIP 1: You can make the payasam richer by adding condensed milk while preparation. Add it after adding the grated coconut. 

    TIP 2: You can add chopped nuts to the payasam. Roast the nuts and raisins in ghee and add it to the payasam before removing from flame. 

    TIP 3: Do not add too much of banana then the kheer will become mushy and wont have the drinking consistency. 

    Delicious and easy to make Payasam is now ready!! Make this for your surprise guests and gain praises!!






    35 comments:

    1. Super, delicious payasam. Very beautiful clicks. Rasichu nalla photo edukureenga...

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    2. Delicious payasam...Love the clicks

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    3. wow beautiful clicks and super easy recipe....very nicely done...

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    4. Tempting payasam,looks absolutely divine and inviting..

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    5. rocking :) liked the banana flavour i it

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    6. Looks too good Sis! Every click of yours is incredible. Keep rocking!

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    7. yummy payasam!i feel eating banana now :)

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    8. Wow!! Divya the sweet look simply yummy..,

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    9. So delicious payasam!! :)
      http://www.rita-bose-cooking.com/

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    10. Lovely payasam and superb clicks sis, looks stunning. I love the dark background and also the banana clicks is simply superb...

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    11. delicious payasam,never tasted this dear,but the pics makes me drool...

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    12. samma clicks divya :) kalukera po nee.. apadiya banana utti vidu yennaku :)

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    13. yummy and delicious payasam.. love all the pics

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    14. My paati used to make this payasam Divya but with jaggery. Loved all the pics , payasam looks xtremely delicious and absolutely yummy

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    15. It's in my draft... Need to post but I didnt add coconut... Will try ur version soon

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    16. very innovative recipe dear,ur clicks make me drool...plz take some class about photography :)ur clicks are simply awesome...

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    17. Delicious payasam and can be made in jiffy.

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    18. lovely payasam. I love the way its placed on that bronze plate looks so divine and traditional to my eyes.nice click divya.

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    19. You nailed it with pictures. :) Lovely payasam there...such a drool worthy post. I am already craving bananas here.

      http://kitchentantras.com/how-to-blend-asafoetida/

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    20. awesome clicks dear :) yummy looking payasam.. am drooling !!

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    21. So very new to me, loving your photography :) Superb!

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    22. Yummy Payasam.. Love the clicks as usual.. Such a visual treat.

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    23. really so easy and quick dessert/payasam...your pics are treat to my eyes, nice composition and beautiful pics...great work da!

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    24. Super clicks. Very inviting banana payasam. Delicous.

      today's post:
      http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/04/gajar-ka-halwa.html

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    25. Yum ..very interesting and fab pics

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    26. Lovely & Easy Banana Payasam!!
      Looks perfect, creamy and light.
      Pics look too good.

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    27. looks so awesome,nice tempting clicks.

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    28. just wondering when do you add coconut?

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