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Pesara pappu Payasam (Moong dal Payasam)

Posted by Madhavi on October 7, 2008

My Moong dal Payasam recipe has been moved to my other blog. Click here for the recipe-

The reason for moving the recipe is, I am in the process of merging both my blogs.

Checkout my Sankranthi special recipes in my other blog here-

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16 Responses to “Pesara pappu Payasam (Moong dal Payasam)”

  1. nags said

    my mom also makes this with chana dal and i love it! any jaggery based payasam for that matter :)

  2. Looks very nice & awesome.. nice click as well…

  3. sireesha said

    Looks very very tasty and awesome…..Love the presentation…..

  4. sangeeth said

    Yummy! and ur vessel is sooooo cute!perfect for holding sambar n rasam

  5. priyanka said

    oh the pics are so droolworthy…the copper vessels enhance the visual effects…the payasam looks delicious.

  6. sandhiya said

    yummmmyyy i love to have a cup or too…it looks sooo great

  7. Suma said

    Hi madhu
    Today being you know who’s birthday may be you should make it.My Mom used to make this so often.

  8. Suma said

    It looks so yummy.

  9. anuradha said

    your receipe is very nice.

  10. Sandeep said

    Thank you for your Recipe Madhavi gaaru. Payasam turned out really good, my friend liked it a lot.

  11. I usually don’t usually post on many Blogs, however I just has to say thank you… keep up the amazing work. Ok regrettably its time to get to school.

  12. […] the usual puja/aarti stuff and then ate. Mom made puri and basundi, which I love. And moong dal payasam, which is a refreshing change from the milk-based payasams that are more common. Add to that way […]

  13. Pratiba said

    Hi. Great site and good clicks. :) Do you have any good sweet dishes or recipes for pregnant women. I saw the urad dal laddoo recipe. Any more recipes you have?

  14. brinda said

    good one………. i have tried this before and one correction… please add cooked moong dal in milk then add jaggery and water or else there are chances of milk getting spoiled.

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