Muskmelon Sago payasam

Preparation time
5 mins
Cooking time
25 mins
Difficulty
Easy
Serves
3 people
Meal course
Dessert
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5 tblspn
Sugar
1 tblspn
Palm sugar
5 Strands
Saffron
6 no.
Cashewnut
2 tspn
Cardamom powder
1 pinch
Kesari powder
1 tblspn
Raisins
4 no.
Almonds
4 tspn
Ghee
3 cup
Water
500 ml
Milk
1 1/2 cup
Sago
1/4 no.
Musk melon
2 tblspn
Condensed milk
Muskmelon Sago payasam

Sago kheer is one of my favourites for that chewy bubbles. With the goodness and punch of muskmelon, this payasam becomes more special.

Method:

  1. Add 2 spoons of ghee and add 1.5 cups of Sago. I used bigger sized ones.
  2. Simmer and stir until all of them turns bright white and pops a little.
  3. Add 1.5 cups of water and allow it to cook.
  4. Keep adding up to 3-4 cups of water little by little until the sago is just done.
  5. You can press a sago and check if the white part turned softer and transparent to maximum extent.
  6. Sometimes,sago retains whiteness in middle still be done. So just check with fingers.
  7. Meanwhile,grind muskmelon along with 1 tblspn of palm sugar.
  8. Mix this pulp to the cooked sago. Add 250 ml of milk and mix well.
  9. Let it simmer for 10 minutes. Add required sugar as per taste. At least 5 spoons will be needed.
  10. Add balance milk and 2 spoons of condensed milk.
  11. Add cardamom powder, roasted cashews,almonds and raisins.

Yummy musk melon sago payasam is ready. Serve hot or chilled.

 

 

  1. Sago can easily turn mushy when overcooked. It will turn into a porridge with more starch release. Need to take care until it is just done and quicken the cooking process after that.

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