ThriMadhuram Prasadam

ThriMadhuram means three amruthams or amrtas used in Hindu worship which basically consists of honey, misri (patika bellam or crystalized sugar), jaggery. ThriMadhuram is one of my most favorite sweets. Very very easy to make and no cooking needed at all. Ready in 10-15 mins. This prasadam is very famous in Phalani Murugan temple. This is Tamil Nadu version of Panchamritham which is usually prepare during temple abhishekams. This is completely different from our panchamrutham, which consists of milk, honey, ghee, yogurt and sugar.

ThriMadhuram is a delicious and instant and easy to make prasadam in any time of the year. Very very healthy and rich in proteins and vitamins. A must try prasadam recipe. It really is very madhuram..

You need fresh fruits especially banana and dry fruits like raisins and dates and jaggery, honey, crystalized sugar/misri or kalkanda and elaichi/cardamom. Apples, grapes, oranges or any seasonal fruits can be used to make this more nutritious and tasty. Mix all ingredietns well. That’s it. ThriMadhuram is ready.  

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For this recipe I am using fresh bananas, apple, grapes and oranges. For dry fruits I went with raisins, and dates. This is a super sweet prasadam as you can see we are using fruits along with honey, jaggery and misri. For additional flavor you can use edible camphor or pacha karpooram.

Thri Madhuram

How to make TriMadhuram Prasadam

PREP TIME:  15 MINS  COOK TIME: 0 MINS  TOTAL TIME: 15 MINS  COURSE: DESSERTS/SWEETS  CUISINE: SOUTH INDIAN SERVINGS : 5-6

Ingredients

bananas – 3almonds – 2 tbsp
apple – 1raisins/dry grapes – 1 tbsp
grapes – 1/2 cupelaichi/cardamom
oranges – 1/2 cupjaggery – 2 tbsp
walnuts – 2 tbspmisri – 1 tbsp
cashew – 2 tbsphoney – 1-2 tbsp
pista/pistachios – 1-2 tbspdates – 1 (optional)
poppy seeds – 1/4 tsp (optional)ghee – 1 tsp (optional)

Instructions

  1. Cut banana and apple into small pieces. Peel orange. Cut the grapes into half. Chop all the nuts and dry fruits into small pieces as well.
  2. Place all the fruits in a mixing bowl.
  3. Add chopped nuts, powdered or crushed jaggery, misri, honey, dates, ghee and poppy seeds. Mix everything well.
  4. Keep it aside for 1 hr to blend all the flavors. Serve or offer to God.

Tips

  1. You may use any seasonal fruits you like.
  2. You can adjust the nuts, fruits, jaggery, misri, honey.. all the quantities as you like.
  3. For vegan people, you may omit ghee.

Step by step photo instructions

  1. Cut banana and apple into small pieces. Peel orange. Cut the grapes into half. Chop all the nuts and dry fruits into small pieces as well.

2. Place all the fruits in a mixing bowl.

3. Add chopped nuts, powdered or crushed jaggery, misri, honey, dates, ghee and poppy seeds. Mix everything well.

4. Keep it aside for 1 hr to blend and infuse all the flavors.

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