Panchamrutham Recipe – Palani style

Panchamrutham recipe, palani style

Panchamrutham from Palani

Palani the temple abode and one of the six famous among  the ones for Lord Muruga, in India. One of the  most famous offering at this temple is , of course the Panchamritham which is use for Abhishekam ( ritual bathing of the idol). The Panchamrutham recipe from Palani was perhaps the most sought after during our childhood. My  maternal grandfather too had a secret stack of this as he was a stunch believer. Yet for his own temple and pooja functions he used his own recipe which was near perfect. So this one is is based on his  Panchamrutham recipe.

Panchamrutham is one of the easiest naivedyam or offering recipe you could prepare on a busy festival day. With Thai poosam nearing, perhaps these memories prompted me to bring back his memories and this lovely recipe.This recipe calls for five sweet elements you find in most Indian houses – Banana, dates,raisins, honey and jaggery. So gather up your ingredients and lets start cooking…

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Cook Time 2 minutes
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  1. Peel the banana
  2. Pit and crush the dates
  3. Add the banana, dates, honey and jaggery into a mixing bowl
    Panchamurtham recipe- Palani style
  4. Heat the Ghee and roast the raisins on a gentle flame. you can avoid this and add them directly too
  5. Add this into the mixing bowl.
  6. Mash all the ingredients together , the amount you mash depends on how much soft you like it.
    Panchamrutham
  7. Peel the cardamom pods and extract the seeds. Crush the seeds into a powder.
  8. Sprinkle this on the mashed mix, sprinkle rose water if you please
  9. Enjoy a divine moment
    Panchamrutham recipe, palani style
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Rachna

Heavenly divine taste Seema. Thanks a lot for the recipe smile

Mandeep
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Mandeep

I have tasted this during south India visit – delicious! Never knew this was so easy to made! smile

Sashikala
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Awesome Panjamiratham recipe dear. Used to make for my brother’s kudam which include jackfruits too. We substitute jaggery with brown sugar as we were not familiar with jaggery then. Enjoyed those sessions. Going to try yr recipe for Thaipusam offering at hm. Thank you darling. You gv an amazing one at the right time.????????????

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We make panchamrut with milk, curd , honey, ghee and sugar , never heard of this version Seema..but would definitely give it a try