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Monday, August 24, 2009

Poornam Kolukattai & Plain Sweet Kolukattai

Ingredients
Raw rice-1/2 cup
Boiled rice-1/2 cup
Salt -a pinch
(Soak both rice for 2 hrs & grind it to a smooth paste with a pinch of salt).
Oil-2tsp
Ingredients for Poornam(Filling).
Dry roasted black sesame seeds-8tsp
Jaggery-6tsp
(Put it in a mixi & make a dry powder with above ingredients)
Method
Heat 2tsp of oil in a pan add the ground rice paste & keep mixing till all the water evaporates & forms a soft ball.Cover & let it cool.Knead the dough,apply oil in your hands.Take a small ball flatten it.Place 1/2 tsp of filling,close & seal it by pressing the ends.Steam it like Idli till done.
Plain sweet Kolukattai.
Ingredients
Raw rice-1/2 cup
Boiled rice-1/2 cup
Salt a pinch
Sugar-1/2 cup
Grated coconut-1/4 cup
Cardamom powder-1/4tsp
Oil-2tsp
Method
Soak both the rice for 2 hrs.Grind it to a smooth paste with coconut,salt,sugar & cardamom powder.Heat oil in a pan pour the ground rice paste & keep mixing in medium flame till it forms a soft ball.Cover & let it cool.Knead the dough,apply oil in your hands.Make small ball or any shape you desire & steam it till done.

17 comments:

  1. The plain one is new for me again.. But when do we add the sugar to it?????????

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  2. Wow I am sure I would love that. :) yumm yumm

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  3. Happy Vinayaka Chathruthi......wow ur kozhukatai
    looks yummy......

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  4. Happy ganesh chaturthi.. Kozhukattai looks perfect.. love the kutty vinayagar

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  5. Happy Ganesha Chathuthi... kozhukattai looks perfect and delicious :)

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  6. Looks so good and plain is new for me too,,loved it

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  7. wow.. looks really fantastic..nice click..

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  8. Nice kozhukattais... happy vinayaga chathurthi!

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  9. Kozhukattais has come out very nice :)

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  10. its raining kozhakattai everywhere :)

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  11. I love the treats we make for this festival. Looks awesome. I too made it, will post soon.

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  12. they look perfect and tempting, thank u for the lovely dishes for the event

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  13. V also make this kozhukkattai..perfect with evening tea...

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  14. kozhukattais look delicious...would love to try them.

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