The recipe for Kavuni Arisi Payasam is quite straightforward and easy to follow, just like pudding made with normal rice, however this delicious dish is created with black rice rather than basmati rice
This delectable and colourful dish made from sticky black rice is called Kavuni Arisi Payasam. Black rice is referred to as "Kavuni arisi" or "Karuppu arisi" in Tamil. Since ancient times, it has only ever mainly been utilised to make sweet pudding in Chettinad cuisine. It's a popular dish among families in Tamil Nadu and is frequently made during Pongal. The recipe is quite straightforward and easy to follow, just like pudding made with normal rice, however this delicious dish is created with black rice rather than basmati rice. In any other payasam, you would never have seen a purple tint with such a vivid shade. It is undoubtedly pleasing to the eyes.
The menu for Pongal thali at Dakshin, Crowne Plaza Chennai Adyar Park, Chennai has been curated by the Master Chef, Vijay who is well known for his traditional South indian dishes. The lavish spread held at Dakshin Iyer’s Special Akkraravadisal, Thuthuvalai rasam and from the main course kathirikkai mochai masala, chettinad pongal Kozhambu, Ezhukari kootu. Live counter has Veechu paratha, Idiyappam, Appam. To end your gastronomic treat, indulge in the traditional sweets like Vellai Poosanikai Halwa, Kavuni arisi payasam, Mukkani ice cream.
Recipe for Kavuni Arisi Payasam