Payasam Varieties

 Pumpkin Payasam: A unique variation where grated pumpkin is cooked with coconut milk, jaggery, and cardamom, offering a delightful blend of sweetness and earthiness.

Paruppu Payasam: A South Indian delicacy made with moong dal, jaggery, and coconut milk, offering a unique blend of sweetness and nuttiness.

 Aval Payasam: Prepared with flattened rice (aval), milk, and jaggery, this quick and easy payasam is perfect for festive occasions

Ragi payasam is a wholesome South Indian dessert made from ragi (finger millet), offering a nutritious twist to traditional sweets.

 Ada Pradhaman: A traditional Kerala payasam featuring ada (rice flakes), jaggery, coconut milk, and garnished with coconut pieces and cashews.

 Carrot Payasam: An innovative twist to the conventional payasam, this dish incorporates grated carrots, milk, and sugar, resulting in a vibrant and delicious dessert

Paal Payasam: Originating from Tamil Nadu, this rice pudding is simmered in milk until it reaches a rich, creamy consistency, with a hint of saffron and cardamom

 Semiya Payasam: Also known as Vermicelli Kheer, this sweet dish is prepared using roasted vermicelli, milk, and sugar, creating a delightful, creamy texture.

 Rava Payasam: Also known as Sooji Kheer, this quick and easy dessert is made with semolina, milk, sugar, and flavored with cardamom.

Sabudana Payasam is a delightful Indian dessert made from tapioca pearls, milk, and sweeteners