Sapota payasam is very special sweet dessert which is made by ripe Sapota fruit. We all are remembering sweet dessert when we hear this name 'Payasam'. We all know about different types of payasam such as Vermicelli Payasam, Dates Payasam, Mango Payasam and Tomato payasam. Long years ago we were using only payasam as the dessert for our special occasions or celebrations. We can make payasam with different types of vegetable also. I have made different types of payasam with different ingredients because this is my favorite dessert. You can serve it hot or cold as per your preferences. North Indians are giving importance to this dessert so they are making this for their celebrations. South Indians are serving payasam as the dessert for Hindu wedding celebration. Payasam will have thick consistency and I made entirely different payasam today. I made this so many times in my house and I and my family members like this very much. Sapota is very sweet and natural fruit which is available in my house. It is very popular fruit with brown colour and everyone like this very much. It will be available on market and its price is less comparing other fruits. Sapota milk shake is very famous and popular. Only a few people know about this payasam so this recipe is very special and new to everybody. We need not to add more ingredients to make this dessert but its taste is very good and different. Sapota is very sweetie fruit so we have to add very less quantity of sugar to get sweetness. This fruit is very soft so it will have creamy effects after making paste. Milk and condensed milk are giving more taste to this dessert. Its main flavour and smell are Cardamom powder and dried Ginger powder. It is better to use hotly and very special to serve guests. Let us enjoy with this new sweet dessert.
Preparation Time - 10 minutes
Cooking Time - 10 minutes
Sapota Fruit - 10
Milk - 2 cup
Sugar - 3 tab spoon
Condensed Milk - 1 teaspoon
Ghee - 1 teaspoon
Raisins - 1 teaspoon
Green Cherry - 1 teaspoon
Dried Ginger Powder - 1/4 teaspoon
Cardamom Powder - 1/4 teaspoon
Salt - 1 pinch
- Remove the peel of ripe Sapota fruit and wash well and remove the seeds from inside and cut it as small pieces.
- Put it in a blender and add sugar to this and make it thick paste and keep it aside.
- Heat a pan and pour Ghee and heat it well.
- Then add Raisins to this and fry it.
- To this add Green Cherry and fry it.
- Remove it from the pan and put it in a bowl and keep it aside.
- Put Sapota paste in this pan and saute it well for 3 minutes.
- Then add Condensed Milk to this and mix well.
- Then pour milk little by little and mix well and boil it.
- Turn down the fire when it became thick as desired.
- To this add Dried Ginger Powder and Cardamom Powder and mix well.
- Add Salt to this and mix well.
- Turn off the fire and add fried Raisins and Green Cherry and mix well.
- Transfer it in a serving bowl and serve it hot or cold.