Diwali is fast approaching.Hope you are all geared up to celebrate this festive spirit.Me and my family are all set to celebrate the festival of lights.We don’t burst fire crackers in my part of the world, yet we celebrate this festival with all fervor.We make lot of snacks and sweets at home and share it with friends and neighbors. But we do miss the celebrations with family and friends in our home country.We are pampered with new clothes and gifts from parents and in laws. This is the best time of the year.
Today i am sharing a very simple recipe of Carrot Payasam / Carrot pudding for 114th #Foodiemonday #Bloghop theme #Diwali that can be prepared in a very short time.
1 Cup =250 ml
2 Carrots (medium sized)
6 Kaju Katli pieces
1.5 Tsp Ghee
1 Cup Milk (increase the qty of milk to adjust the consistency)
6 Almonds slivered
Blend the boiled carrots and kaju katli pcs to get ta fine paste. Heat a wide bottom pan. Add ghee.Now add the carrot paste and keep stirring until the raw smell is gone. Then add milk and keep stirring until the ghee starts to leave the side and the mixture starts to boil. Add sugar if you need to adjust the sweetness.Switch off the stove and allow it to cool. Garnish with slivered almonds and serve.
Enjoy this yummy and healthy Payasam this Diwali!!!!!!!!!!
1.I had some kaju katli so i have used it in the payasam. You can add cashew or almond paste.
2.Adding sugar is optional as per your sweet tooth.
3.Increase the quantity of milk to adjust the consistency as per your requirement.
Wishing all my readers a very Happy Diwali!!!!!!!!!!! Play safe!!!!!!!!
9 thoughts on “CARROT PAYASAM / CARROT PUDDING”
I love this payasam as it reminds me of Carrot Halwa!
The carrot payasam looks delectable di..perfect festive share !
That looks so inviting! I like the idea of adding kaju katli to the payasam. 🙂
Carrot pudding looks super tempting Preethi. Loved the use of kaju katli in it. Superb share.
That’s Yummy treat for my eyes n yummy…lovely share dear
The carrot Payasam looks tempting Preethi, Happy Diwali
The payasam looks super creamy and rich and lovely clicks!!Happy diwali!!
I simply love the colour of the payasam. It looks so festive and tempting.