Mambazha Payasam is a delicious variety of payasam with a rich flavour of mango. Mango is a fruit liked by all ages of people. Lets beat the heat with different varieties of mango recipes.

Mambazha Payasam(Mango Kheer)
Mambazha Payasam(Mango Kheer)

Preparation Time5 mins
Cooking Time 30 mins

Mango2 big size 
Sago/Sabudhana/Jevvarasi3 tablespoon
Grated Jaggery1 Cup
Cardamom Powder1 teaspoon
Grated Coconut1.5 Cup
Ghee1 tablespoon


  1. Grind the coconut by adding 1/4 Cup of water and squeeze the coconut milk and take the 1st milk in a separate bowl. Add another 1 cup of water and grind the coconut again and squeeze the 2nd milk. If needed add more water and take the 3rd milk too
  2. Heat a heavy bottomed pan, take the 3rd milk and half of the second coconut milk and add the sago and cook it for 10-15 minutes. Sometimes it may take lesser/more time 

  3. Peel the skin of mangoes and chop it to a medium size pieces or slice it if it is a ripe mango
  4. Heat a tawa, add 2 teaspoon of ghee and add the chopped/sliced mango pieces and saute it for 5 minutes

  5. Cool the sauted mangoes and grind it to a nice pulp in a mixer
  6. Grate the jaggery and add 1/4 cup of water and heat it in flame till the jaggery dissolves. Strain the jaggery juice to remove the dust. 
  7. Add the jaggery juice to the ground mango pulp and cooked sago and keep it flame

  8. Allow the jaggery and mango pulp to boil for 5 minutes
  9. Now add the remaining 2nd coconut milk and keep in flame for another 10 minutes

  10. Finally add the 1st coconut milk, cardamom powder and remove from flame
  11. In a separate pan, add the remaining ghee and add broken cashews and roast it. Add the roasted cashews to the mango khee and mix well

  12. The yummy and scrumptious Mambazha Payasam(Mango Kheer) is ready to serve hot/cold
Mambazha Payasam(Mango Kheer)
Mambazha Payasam(Mango Kheer)

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  1. Hello,

    There is another interesting mango dish made in Udupi. It is called as 'mango rasayana'. That goes well with sevai and neer dosa. Very easy to make too. Here is the brief recipe.
    Squeeze ripe mangoes by hand.
    Add milk and coconut milk to it and mix well.
    Add jaggery to the mixture and dissolve it well.
    Add cardamom powder and a small speck of salt (to enhance the sweetness).
    Keep it in fridge to cool and drink it.