Akkaravadisal / Sweet Milk Pongal

This is a another version of sweet pongal. This is also made as a Neivedhyam / Prasadam.




Next pongal recipe in my list is Akkaravadisal. This is very similar to sakarai pongal recipe. They only difference is that rice is cooked in milk instead of water.

Ingredients :



Milk pongal - 1 cup
Moong dal - 1/2 cup cooked and mashed
Jaggery - 1 cup powdered
Cardamom powder - 1/2 teaspoon
Ghee - 2 tablespoon
Cashewnuts and raisins as needed - 1 tablespoon each


Procedure :



In a pan add the jaggery powder and 1/4 cup of water and bring it to a boil. Remove any dirt by passing the mixture into a fine sieve.

Boil the jaggery to one string consistency. Now add the pal pongal/milk pongal and the mashed Dal and stir it without forming any lumps.

In a separate pan add the ghee and fry cashews and raisins and add it to the pongal mixture. Cook the pongal until thick then remove form fire.

You may also like my:

Sakkarai Pongal Pongal With Gotsu Milk Pongal Sheerannam

25 comments:

  1. so many awesome pongal recipes... this looks so delicious... soft and gooeey :)

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  2. Looks beautiful...

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  3. I ve heard of it , looks very rich and creamy!

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  4. Your series on pongal is very interesting....till i read ur post, i had heard about only two versions, chakkara pongal and the savoury one...thx for these posts :)

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  5. Very Delicious looking pongal!

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  6. Wow, Looks great, very yummy!

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  7. wow..looks so good..must have tasted heavenly..

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  8. looks very creamy & very yummy

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  9. Makes me drool...............

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  10. Beautiful, creamy and delicious.

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  11. Thanks for stopping by my site. Pongal looks yummy. I stopped eating sweets and your recipes are mouthwatering. Let's see how long I will hold to that.

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  12. wow a parade of pongal recipes.. looks awesome. I love the sheerannam and akkaravadisal.. thanks for the recipes.

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  13. mouth-watering pongal! Nice presentation.

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  14. absolutely yummy. love it! have it in my draft too...

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  15. i have always wanted to try this ,got the recipe now and sure will try this soon.

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  16. What a lovely color Sukanya..yummy..:)

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  17. Looks great... we make them with sugar instead of jaggery. I will have to try your recipe.

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  18. Awesome picture sukanya. YUMMY & mouthwatering!!!

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  19. Hi Sukanya,

    First time here...You have a lovely blog....Pongal looks Yum.

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  20. looks yum and the idol is superb1

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  21. The milk must make it all the more creamy & delicious.

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  22. valli11/2/09

    yummy pongal

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