26 March, 2012

Sweet Ammini Kozhukattai






Fourth Day of Blogging Marathon,today am  sharing a prasadam recipe, usually people make this on Vinayagar Chathurthi/Ganesh Chathurthi.Very simple and quick recipe.Recipe's From  "Spicy Treats"!!



Ingredients:

  1. Rice Flour-  1 cup
  2. Jaggery - 3/4 cup 
  3. Shredded Coconut-1 tablespoon
  4. Cardamom powder-1/2 teaspoon
  5. Salt - A pinch
  6. Water-1 to 1 and half cup

Method:
  • Dry roast the rice flour,and keep aside.
  • Melt jaggery in water,strain then bring to boil.
  • Add the coconut,salt and cardamom powder.Mix it up.
  • Once the syrup starts boiling add the rice flour,cook until it  starts leaving sides.
  • Then switch off the stove,bring to warm.
  • Make any small sized desired shape and steam it in steamer or Idly pan for 10-15mins.
  • That's it ....it's ready to Offer god!!
Recipe belongs to Tamil nadu,Linking this recipe to ongoing event,  "South Indian Foods" @Foodelicious and to "Walk through memory lane" hosting by Roshan" 

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21 comments:

  1. Very nice one, I have also prepared the same (savory one though) this time :))!

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  2. The kozhukattai's are looking so cute and delicious. Nice one Prabha!!!

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  3. Thanks for mentioning n linking to my original recipe,mostly people forgot to do so that too if it is from my blog :( glad that u added :)
    Sweet kozhukattai looks really cute n yummy...Sanjay love this a lot,have to make it sometime for him ;)

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  4. Nice recipe love the look of it.
    http://lavanyasrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  5. They look so cute, superb..

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  6. wow I have only made karam version..sweet one sounds good too..

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  7. very cute and mouthwatering kozhukottais...

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  8. I love both the sweet ones and the jaggery ones..

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  9. never tried this....i believe this tastes simply yummy....
    Maha

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  10. wow these look so sweet and cute..kids shud love these!

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  11. Looks great. I first thought these were modak.Thanks this is new to me.

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