Ada Pradhaman/Rice flakes kheer/payasam is a traditional Kerala dessert made during the festivals of Onam and Vishu. It is believed that Sadya the feast is incomplete without this dessert. This dessert is prepared either using rice flakes, milk, a sugar which is named as Palada Pradhaman or prepared using rice flakes, coconut milk, jaggery which is named as Ada Pradhaman.
In the traditional method, rice flakes are prepared fresh from the scratch and used in the dessert. Here I am going to show the easy method by using the ready-made rice flakes which are available in stores. I once had this at a friends place and loved the flavors infused in it. The mild flavor of coconut milk and the crunchy bits of coconut and cashews fried in ghee and the proper proportion of the jaggery takes this recipe to the next level. Most of the authentic dishes from Kerala call for coconut milk which gives a unique flavor and divine taste to the dishes. Now let us see how to prepare this Ada Pradhaman.
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Delicious Ada Pradhaman/Rice flakes kheer/payasam is ready to relish. Serve it hot or cold.
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