Rice Kesari Baath | Thirupalyani

This is one of the most popular in Iyengar sweet. In kannada we call it as Shalya Anna. Thirupalyani is a Iyengar word.






  • 1 cup Rice
  • 4 cups Milk + Water 2:2
  • 2 & 1/2 cup Sugar
  • 1/4 cup water (For sugar syrup)
  • 1/2 Cup Boiled Milk
  • Pure Ghee - 1/2 cup
  • 1/2 tsp Cardamom powder
  • Kesari / Safforn a pinch (Dilute in the 1 tsp milk)
  • Dry fruits (Cashews, Raisins)
Method
  1. Rince the rice and add milk + water to the rice soak for an hour and place it in the pressure cooker leave it for 4 whistle.
  2. Make a sugar syrup. Add sugar and water into the heavy bottom pan boil it well and one string consistency then add milk stir
  3. Add ghee in that sugar syrup again boil it for 2 - 3 seconds
  4. Add rice stir well . Stir constantly on low flame .
  5. Add kesari / Safforn mix well
  6. Add cardamom powder stir. Switchoff the flame
  7. Heat 1 tsp ghee into the pan add cashews, raisins fry and pour it into the rice sweet

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Recipe source : My mom


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15 comments

Sagari said...

kesari bath with rice nice recipe

Anonymous said...

I am not familiar with this recipe. It looks so good. I am going to try it today. Thanks.

Radha

Rina said...

Hi Mala, in Andhra we do something similar, atleast my mom used to make this, without the kesari, and she used to call it, Paravannam . Loved your version. Looks so yummy.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Looks looks so yummy! Happy sankaranthi to you!

Red Chillies said...

Looks delicious Mala. My mother makes this type of rice, but somehow I end up doing sweet pongal everytime with jaggery :-)

Happy Sankranthi!

Red Chillies said...

Looks delicious Mala. My mother makes this type of rice, but somehow I end up doing sweet pongal everytime with jaggery :-)

Happy Sankranthi!

easycrafts said...

Wow...its looks great , i have heard of this, but seeing it for the first time

DEEPA said...

pics is just awesome ....wish could taste them !!!

Cynthia said...

Hi Vanamala, thanks so much for stopping by my blog and leading me to yours! I look forward to seeing you around and visiting your blog as well.

Rajitha said...

love those nuts..must be smelling great in the kitchen!!

Jeena said...

Hi there you have a lovely food blog. This recipe looks amazing. :-)

Vanamala said...

Thank you cynthia, rajitha, jeena, Redchillies, easycrafts, deepa, raks kitchen, rina, sagari, anonymous

Dhivya said...

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geetha said...

How much water do i need to add for this recipe

Vanamala Hebbar said...

Geetha : I have already mentioned for water to sugar syrup is 1/4 cup and water for cook the rice is 4cups milk + 2 cups of water is sufficient.