Sunday, September 27, 2009

Tender Coconut Kheer/Elaneer Payasam

Tender coconut is a wholesome and nutritious drink, prefect drink while its too hot and a thirsty quencher.The water of a tender coconut is liquid endosperm. It is a mild sweet with aerated feel when cut fresh. Depending on the size a tender coconut could contain the liquid in the range of 300 to 1,000 ml.The meat in a young coconut is softer and more gelatinous than a mature coconut, that it is sometimes known as coconut jelly. When the coconut has ripened and the outer husk has turned brown, a few months later, it will fall from the palm of its own accord. At that time the endosperm has thickened and hardened, while the coconut water has become somewhat bitter..This tender coconut kheer is such a delicious, easy and kheer tastes marvellous i prepared to celebrate today's Saraswathi Pooja, wat all u need is just heat the coconut milk and coconut water with sweetened condensed milk with tender coconut pieces with cardamom powder, thats all...i prepared this kheer just by heating coconut water, coconut milk and condensed milk in microwave oven of 5minutes...




1cup Coconut milk( i used tinned)
1cup Coconut water (i used frozen)
1/2cup Sweetened condensed milk
1/2cup Tender coconut flesh(i used frozen)
1tsp Cardamom powder
Nuts if u desire

Take a microwave safe bowl, add the coconut milk, coconut water, sweetened condensed milk and heat in microwave oven for 5 minutes medium, give a stir, add immediately chopped tender coconut flesh and cardamom powder..add nuts if u desire, i didnt add any nuts and we just loved it..

Serve warm or chilled..

35 comments:

  1. Elaneer payasam looks yum yum.Congrats on getting featured in super blogger sunday.Nice to knw more abt u!

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  2. Never heard of such a delicacy! Girl you can cook with anything and so deliciously too!

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  3. Hey Priya!! Nice to see you and Know more about you on EC blog.

    Kheer looks yummy,Making it with tender coconut is really nice idea.

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  4. Superb Priya! I love the kheer/payasam!

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  5. wow it would be super if its chilled...so yum...

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  6. Its new to me yar, sounds yummy and tempting priya,u post unique recipes great priya,keep rocking..Thnk for sharing... Waiting for next unique recipes.

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  7. very different from the usual kheers..very nice.

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  8. Hey this one is really interesting luks so tempting...:)

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  9. Looks superlicious! Good to see you in person! Alaiyana kundal naduvil malarntha mugam!

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  10. I heard about this payasam from my mother-in-law. I would like to try them. I am not sure if we get the frozen coconut water here and the fresh tender coconut water smells bad. I am going to look in the frozen section when I go to the Asian market next time.

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  11. Never thought of elaneer and payasam together! Sounds heavenly, Priya!

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  12. Lovely payasam dear...loved that pure white color of it...Glad to see u @ EC's space and know more abt u dear...

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  13. This is sooo delicious, priya..Have heard it, bt never tried it...this is so simple..love to try it someday!..thx for posting!

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  14. Lov Elaneer,miss a lot here..never tried payasam with it...sounds yummm

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  15. Awesome dish, loved you know about you in EC's blog. Have tasted it before in one of my friend's house in pollachi but somehow never tried at home. You are tempting me to try it out.

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  16. Hello dear, hope ur doing good. Missed few of your post, will catch u regularly.
    Payasam makes me drool, really tempting:)

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  17. Wow Priya, the payasam looks so good..I have bookmarked this recipe to try it on later :)

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  18. i just cant stop eating tender white coconut pieces..they are so refreshing and delicious na?

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  19. Between i did check EC's blog and was good to read about you :) you look gorgeous in that click :)

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  20. hey new dish..\ quite easy too and of course healthy.nice priya.nice to see u in EC BLOG AS A SUNDAY BLOGGER

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  21. romba arumaiyaana paayaansam athuvum iLaniiril, super.....

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  22. I have heard about this,but never tried or tasted,feel like drinking that bowl of payasam cold!!

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  23. i officially name as u the "microwave queen".the recipe sounds too easy..i shud do this soon.

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  24. Wow..Heard of this 1st time...Looks Yummy ...

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  25. I too heard of it for the 1st time... But this is awesome...

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  26. I have had this just once and absolutely loved it! The other dish which comes close is the Thai waterchestnut in coconut milk dessert.

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  27. One of classic kongu dessert, did frozen elaneer tasted good? I never seen elaneer in frozen section :(

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  28. I love a good rasam, but never had one with kollu. And that payasam looks incredible. Ive also had a similar elaneer pudding with coconut water, pulp, condensed milk and gelatin/agar agar.

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  29. @Cham frozen coconut water tastes good but not like the fresh one, but the coconut milk changed the taste and both together works out wonder..

    Thanks friends for all ur encouraging words..

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  30. வாவ்வ்வ்வ் இளநீரில் பாயாசமா?கலக்குறீங்க ப்ரியா.இதுவரை நான் இளநீர் பாயாசம் கேள்விப்பட்டதில்லை.

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  31. wow priya, this is really very innovative...thank you for all your wonderful entries..loved each of them!

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