DessertsPayasamKerala Style Pineapple Payasam by vandanaraj March 18, 2006 written by vandanaraj March 18, 2006 Great chilled dessert Print Recipe Votes: 5 Rating: 4 You: Rate this recipe! Cuisine Kerala Prep Time 30 minutes Servings people MetricUS Imperial IngredientsMilk - 1 litreSago(Chowari/Sabudana) - 50 gmPineapple(big) - 1 noSugar(As reqd) -Ghee(A little) - Cuisine Kerala Prep Time 30 minutes Servings people MetricUS Imperial IngredientsMilk - 1 litreSago(Chowari/Sabudana) - 50 gmPineapple(big) - 1 noSugar(As reqd) -Ghee(A little) - Votes: 5 Rating: 4 You: Rate this recipe! Instructions Wash sago seeds well and dry it with a cloth. Pour little ghee in a pressure cooker. Add the sago seeds and stir for about 2 mins. Add some water and cook upto 1 whistle. Reduce the flame and cook for 10 mins on low flame. Heat up another vessel. Add milk and sugar and mix well. Add the cooked sago seeds to it. Cook, till it becomes thick and payasam consistency. Keep it in the fridge over night. Chop the pineapple into very small pieces(can be grated also). Heat up a frying pan. Add the grated pineapple and sugar and cook, till the sugar gets dissolved nicely and the mixture becomes thick. Keep this mixture in the fridge over night. Before serving, mix together the payasam and pineapple caramel nicely. :- Serve chilled. Share this Recipe BirthdayEasyFathersDayMothersDayPartyPayasamSadhyaValentines 3 comments 0FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail vandanarajRelated Posts Plum Christmas Cake Pineapple Payasam – Tasty Kerala Vermicelli Payasam | Semiya Payasam Palada Payasam Paal Paayasam Palada Pradhaman – Kerala Special3 comments laxmi December 30, 2012 - 6:29 amCame out really well….thank u 4 the recipe… Reply preethi March 23, 2006 - 12:00 amvery tasty payasam..something different and simple to make.excellent for the summer climate Reply Divya Rolex April 8, 2007 - 12:00 amVery Good ….It came out really well. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyRemember my details in this browser for the next time to post comment.