This version of Panchamirtham / Panjamirtham / Panchamrut recipe is made with banana, dates, raisins, brown sugar, honey as main ingredients and flavoured with little cardamom and edible camphor (Pachai karpooram). I understand there is other version which includes milk and curd in panchamirtham. But this is the version mom makes often at home. We add only banana at times, add or reduce one or two fresh fruits. We add jaggery though, but I added brown sugar as I had it in stock also as said in the recipe which I adapted from here. I remember my brother makes this when mom is asleep in the afternoons, we both sneak to kitchen and make either this or eat tomato with sugar sprinkled over it. My brother adds bournvita to this as his own touch. With Vinayagar chaturthi coming up on 17th September, Thursday. You can make this for offering. Check out the video below!
You can offer this while pooja for even every Friday as prasadam or during festivals like Ganesh chaturthi or Navrathri kolu time prasadam.