Onam Special Aravana Payasam Recipe - Ingredients, preparation guide, health benefits


The preparation and usefulness of ingredients used in Aravana Payasam is described below. Onam is called as Vamana festival. It is celebrated all over Kerala with great enjoy and happiness. During that festival they prepare different kinds of delicious sweets and serve the sweets in Banana leaf.

Yes, it's a time to taste the sweet of Onam. Sweets are called as Mithai. Sweets are generally presented during festive occasions, ceremonies to specify good omen, happiness and prosperity. Ingredients and preparation are narrated below take a glance. Note down the preparation steps and taste the recipe.

Ingredients of Aravana Payasam


The main ingredients needed for the preparation of Aravana Payasam are listed here. They are raw rice, jaggery (sweet jaggery), ghee, cardamom powder, kismis, cashew nuts and coconut.

Method of Preparation on Aravana Payasam


Rinse the raw rice with fresh cold water and allow it to dry for an hour under sun. Heat the pan in flame and add an amount of Ghee into the pan. Fry the dried rice in ghee until it get brownish. Smash the jaggery and add it to the fried raw rice. Add an amount of ghee again into the mixture. Jaggery melts in a heat then add kismis, cashew nuts and cardamom powder allow into mix well into the rice mixture under slow flame. Remove the pan from heat in the sticky condition. Rice is to be breaked and water is to be added under drowning. 2:3 proportion of jaggery and rice to be added for the taste. Ghee is to be added as per the taste needed. Alternatively Vanaspathi is also to be added instead of ghee.

Advantages, health benefits of Ingredients in Aravana Payasam


Raw Rice: Rice is rich in carbohydrate and it supply adequate nutrition to the consumer. Nearly 2/3 of the people consume rice as their basic food for survival. Rice increasing its production from 1960 but its production gets slow from 1990 due to population growth. Rice needed plenty amount of water for plantation.

Jaggery: Jaggery is a component made from Sugar Cane or either from date palms. It also prepared from sap of coconut and sago palms. It's an Ayurvedic medicine in ancient period and has a spiritual signicance in India. It helps to cure the people with sore throats and also a medicine for people with bronchial or lunch infections. It is a supplement of natural nutrients to the consumer.

Cashew nuts: A Cashew nut is very rich supplements of nutrients and also reduces the vitamins deficiency. It was produced in Brazil. It is rich in fiber, vitamins, minerals and health promoting chemicals. Cashew nut is rich in fatty acids over consumption leads to heart diseases. It cost is high when compared to other ingredients.ss

Ghee: Ghee is prepared from cow milk. Ghee is rich in Nutrients and also a good energy provider. Ghee is manly consumed by people in Asian countries. India and Pakistan is the main consumer of ghee. It is mainly rich in fat. It's also an Ayurvedic medicine for Ulcer.

Cardamom Powder: Cardamom is a seed with pleasant smell and prevents tooth decay and other related pain. Its flavor adds taste to the recipes. Its an Ayurvedic medicine for stomach and urinary system, asthma, bronchitis and heart problems. It is mainly produced in India.

Kismis: Kismis is a kind of dried grapes. It is called as Raisins. It is mainly planted all over the world. It is rich in minerals and boron. They are antioxidant it keep the blood clean and remove the impurities.

Coconut: Coconut is rich in minerals. It is an active component for skincare and hair growth. It contains less sugar contents. Coconut is mainly cultivated in India states.


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Comments

Author: Cijo George Thomas22 May 2013 Member Level: Gold   Points : 0

Oh God ! Its my favorate. My mouth was watering when i read this title. Shabarimala would be earning a lot of profit only by selling this. This has a great demand in Kerala. I remember the day when our classmates used to fight for it when someone who when to Shabarimala would bring it into our campus.



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