Kalkandu Sadam|Sugar Candy Rice

கல்கண்டு சாதம்

        Akkaravadisal and Kalkandu Sadam are almost same,both are milk based sweets,only difference is that we add jaggery and dal in Akkaravadisal but in kalkandu sadam,we add only Kalkandu.Kalkandu sadam is less sweet and mild taste when compared to Akkaravadisal.Both are my family fav Sweets.I made this Kalkandu sadam at the first day of Puratassi(masapirappu) to offer Lord Perumal.This is very simple and easy recipe,which is suitable for all occasions.





Kalkandu sadam

Ingredients:
  • 1 cup Raw Rice
  • 1 cup Milk
  • 2 cups Water
  • 1 cup Kalkandu(you can use the unshaped sugar candy also)
  • 2 cardamoms / A pinch Cardamom Powder
  • A small piece of Jathikai/nutmeg 
  • 2 tbsp Ghee
  • 10 Raisins
  • 10 Cashew nuts
Method:

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  • Clean and Wash the rice,add it in a pressure cooker.Then add water and Milk into it.
  • Pressure cook it,till the rice become soft and smooth.
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  • Powder the Kalkandu with jathikai and cardamom,till fine powder.
  • Add the Powder into the pressure cooker and mix well with the rice.
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  • Heat the ghee in a kadai and fry the raisins and Cashew Nuts,till golden brown.
  • Mix the fried Cashew Nuts and raisins with rice.
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Here is Our Kalkandu Sadam is ready,Enjoy Smile

I am sending this to Kalyani's "Foods for fasting - Vrat Ka Khaana" Event.


Have a Wonderful Day!!!













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  1. wow! that looks quite inviting :)

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  2. This is a yummy dish and goes well for prasadams ...

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  3. Looks really delicious n inviting!!!

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  4. prema this rice really new to me...surely it will be very taste rice...i usually eat kalkandu...i love it...will try it!!

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  5. This is an absolute new new recipe to me premalatha.Nice one with great clicks to go with it .

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  6. This is my fav after chakarai pongal..looks super yumm

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  7. wow this looks very good....n tasty. Love the pics

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  8. too good i will making this for navrathri..

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  9. Sorry i wanted to say that i will make this for navrathri .. super yummy rice..

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  10. wonderful day indeed Prema if I come over to your place and you serve me this. Yummm.

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  11. Dear Prema
    How are you? Just saw this on FB ( Damn FB, it has taken all my time, now must get out off it). I like this recipe and being a Bong, all sweets are favorite...have a good mind tp try it ..Have a nice week

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  12. Looks delicious. Amazing clicks as well.

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  13. absolutely delicious...loved the tamil font :)

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  14. Absolutely delicious...loved the bowl as well.

    Cheers
    Muskaan

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  15. It looks delightful n so scrummy ~ love your rocking presentation as always :)
    USMasala

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  16. my fav one prema. nice and creamy one. nutmeg makes this flavourful

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  17. Heard a lot about this dish while living in TN. Now seeing here makes it special. Very tempting!

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  18. looks delicious, we do make this for Puratasi saturdays.Please do drop at my space .. glad to follow you...

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  19. This looks mighty tempting Prema!!!!Gorgeous clicks..!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  20. With festivals around the corner will be making them more often looks divine and delicious.

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  21. this is new to me, looks so yummy, fabulous clicks..

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  22. Soo tempting and delicious rice, marvellous..

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  23. Omg, mouthwatering here..wat a fabulous clicks...

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  24. I've tasted Kalkandu sadam from my neighbours as a kid and I used to love it very much. Mom doesn't make this at home. Thanks for the recipe. It sounds easy to make too. I'm bookmarking this :)

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  25. Looks so delicious and very beautifully presented.

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  26. This is like a rice pudding. I like the addition of cashews and raisins. Thanks for visiting my blog :)

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  27. சிம்பிளாக செய்ய கூடிய சாதம்..ரொம்ப அருமை...லட்டு செய்யலாம் என்று நினைத்து வங்கிய, கல்கண்டு நிறைய இருக்கின்றது..இந்த வாரம் தான் செய்யனும்...

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  28. Oh the clicks are droolworthy ! Perfect for the upcoming festival season...

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  29. I've heard about this sadham, but never tasted it before. It looks so inviting!

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  30. fingerlicking good...beautiful cliks dear..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  31. Kalkandu sadham romba supera iruku.
    Will try this for navrathri neivedhyam

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  32. Kalkandu sadam has been in my to make list since long and after seeing your post I am so much tempted to make this. Gorgeous clicks.

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  33. Hi Prema,
    Thanks for the visit and follow, you have a great blog. Following you too!

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  34. last snap is awesrema.. never heard or tried this.. but loved the step by step procedure which makes us to try it :)

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  35. East to follow recipe and looks fabulous!

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  36. Wow looks soooo good.
    First time at your place and gald to follow u

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  37. Drool worthy dessert..so tempting

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  38. Wow.. .looks just awesome yaar. Love it :D Never tried before .. Bookmarked :D

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  39. Wow, never heard of this..looks so good,anything you make, it looks so good..So, I've shared some well-deserved awards with you..pl. Collect

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  40. Beautiful cliks..looks so tempting

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  41. Kalkkandu sadam looks very delicious..I'm yet to taste this. I guess its time I try for myself.

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  42. looks yum ! reminds me of perumal kovil in Chennai where I had this last... Do send across this dish and the Ellorai to my event on fasting / vrat ka khaana dear !

    Cheers
    Kalyani
    Join me in a 100-day Global Food Festival here
    Event ending Sep 30th: Fasting Foods(Vrat ka Khaana Special)

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Thanks for ur Support and Encouragement.