Pal Ada Pradhaman is a delicious traditional Kerala dish made during Ramadan and Onam. It can be served as a post-meal dessert and is enjoyed by nearly everyone. We are giving an interesting twist to this favourite traditional recipe with Pal Ada tarts! You will fall in love with this unique and delicious Pal Ada tart once you try it. Pal Ada tart is a delicious dessert that combines flavours from different culinary traditions. This recipe is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth after a hearty meal. This is a simple dessert recipe with exotic flavours. You don't even have to worry about baking the tarts because the Pal Ada tarts recipe is super simple, delicious, and doesn't even require an oven to bake.
The no bake Pal Ada tarts recipe calls for ghee, milk, ada, water, butter, biscuits, nuts, fruits and the main ingredient, MILKMAID condensed milk. Every bite made from this no bake Pal Ada tart gives you the consistency of custard and the melt-in-your-mouth aromatic aromas of Indian Kheer, as well as the freshness of varied fresh fruits. Prepare this dessert for special occasions such as Onam, birthdays, and anniversaries. You can also make this super easy no bake Pal Ada tart to wow your loved ones. Here's how to make the no bake Pal Ada tarts at home with Nestlé MILKMAID.Show more > Show Less >
The best way to serve the no bake Pal Ada tarts recipe is to garnish it with your favourite fruits such as mangoes and pomegranates or you could even add lots of dry fruits to give it a crunchy bite.
When preparing a dish like pal ada, it's always best to use a heavy, thick-bottomed kadai (wok) or pan because the ingredients need to cook thoroughly. When the milk is simmering, stirring the mixture frequently ensures that the bottom does not burn.
Refrigerate the no bake pal ada tarts for at least 3 to 4 hours or overnight before serving. Serve the tarts with a topping of cherries and nuts or fresh fruits.