October 24, 2005


Panchamrutham is a divine prasadam made for many pujas or festive occasions. It means five amruthams such as cow's milk, curd/yogurt, banana, ghee, and sugar. Mix all these ingredients well manually in equal quantity; pachamrutham is ready. We can have this as a postprandial desert. Store this in an air-tight container for almost a week, need not refrigerate.

PS: Diabetic patients - please take care; though it is a quite delicious dish, the ghee-sugar content of it is just not for you.



Blogger Nupur said...

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Blogger kunal k said...

i am trying to find the recipe on the net ,on different sites there are different recipes like
milk, sugar, curd, honey, and ghee
instead of the banana honey is used which is the right recipeeee

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Correct Receipe is below:
milk, sugar, curd, honey, and ghee

No Banana.

We do Abhishekam for swami.. we call it as Panchamrutha bath for perumal.

We use honey not banana.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, as the previous comment says, you are not supposed to add banana to panchamrutham as it must contain only 5 liquid ingredients, and I don't think banana is liquid!


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