Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Pazha Panchaamritham|Mithai|BM#14

I had lot of banana at home which were starting to get black spots on top and none of us were consuming it. I thought instead of wasting them, i had to either make banana bread or this sweet. This sweet is much easier i felt for today. I did not want to switch on the stove or oven for making any sweet today. This is usually made and sold in temples. I just love them a lot. This is a very famous sweet in south side temples, of course they add more items to it. This is my version of it.
This is simple and can be made in 5 minutes if all the ingredients are available at home. This is also a quick sweet for neivedyams(offerings).

2 Ripened Banana
5-6 Raisins
2 table spoon powdered Jaggery or Brown sugar
1 tea spoon Ghee
1/2 tea spoon cardamom powder
2-3 Dates (optional)
few kalkand (sugar crystals)

In a bowl mash the banana. Add the brown sugar, ghee and all the other ingredients and mix well and serve.

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14 comments:

vaishali sabnani said...

new to me...so do we serve it as a dessert?...or may be serve with some icecream!!of course minus the ghee!!

Suma Gandlur said...

Sounds so simple and yummy.

Hari Chandana said...

looks super delicious :)
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Archana Vivek said...

@Vaishali, you can serve as a dessert or a just a side sweet during everyday meal. I am not sure how will taste with ice cream though:-)

Vimitha Anand said...

I love this when amma makes it.. Nice one

Jayashree said...

Nice and simple, ARch.

Rajani S said...

Panjamritham? Lovely!

Rasi said...

my mom would make it to use all the fruits at home..it tastes really good :)

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Jayanthi said...

Looks absolutely delicious...nice one!!!

Harini-Jaya Rupanagudi said...

always good to have such simple naivedyam recipes handy!

Cool Lassi(e) said...

Looks very festive! Awesome!

Chef Mireille said...

I love anything with banana...looks delish!

the mad said...

Looks yummy. Amma used to make something like this and there used be a twist of lime too. I think she called it Sudha rasa.

PJ said...

Quick and easy sweet :)

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