“Pachakam” means cooking in kerala and Pachakam.Com welcomes you to the magnificent world of easy and healthy Indian cooking with a probe into the fascinating Indian cooking recipes. Cooking is not just about making food but is an art of presenting your culinary skills to those who love food with a different flavor and Indian cooking, by no means is an exception.
A delicious sweet for Festivals
Published On: 16 Aug 2002
English: Green Gram
tamil: Pachai Parupu / Payatham Paruppu / Pasipayir
telugu: Pesaru Pappu / Pesalu / Pacha-Pesalu
kannada: Hesare / Hesurubelae / Idi Hesuru
hindi: Sabut Mung
Marathi: Mung / Hirave Mug
Oriya: Muga / Biri / Jhain Muga
Punjabi: Mung / Moongi
for more details, click the name of the ingredient
hindi: Cheeni / Shakkar
malayalam: Nalikeram / Thenga
telugu: Kobbari Kaaya
Gujarati: Naliyer / Nariyal
Punjabi: Gola / Nariyal
Wash the green gram and soak it for 2 hours.
Grind it by using a little water to make it into a coarse paste.
Take a thick bottom vessel. Put sugar along with 1/2 cup water.Allow it to boil. Keep stirring and after 4-5 minutes make sure it becomes thin threadlike consistent.
Then add dal paste along with the finely chopped coconut pieces and keep stirring for 2-3 minutes.
Grease a plate with ghee and pour the mix into the plate. Flatten it with a spoon. Let it cool and then cut into small cubes.
Heat oil in a wok over a medium flame(make sure the oil is not too hot).
Place the cubes slowly into the oil and fry them till golden brown.
Who ever read this recipee , please dont try this
Vegetable in curd
Nizana Shammas is a hosewife who has lots of interest n cooking. She is an expert in providing various traditional recipes.
Renukadevi Kumanan is a well versed person in providing varities of South Indian recipes and also some modern recipes. She used to try varities of recipes from different cuisines.
Sign up to receive email updates for New Recipes/Special Announcements