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Let us Celebrate Thiruvadirai with Kali and Kuttu

Discussion in 'Krishnaammas Kitchen' started by krishnaamma, Dec 28, 2006.

  1. krishnaamma

    krishnaamma Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Hi,

    Here I am giving one type of Kali and Kuttu to prepare on the THIRUVADIRAI DAY. ENJOY!

    To Prepare Kali,

    1 Cup Rice Rava
    1 Table Sp Moong dhal
    1 Tes Sp Channa dhal
    3/4 Cup powdered Jaggery
    4 - 5 sp Ghee
    Cardamom
    Cashew nuts
    2 -4 Table sp grated coconut


    Fry cashew nuts and keep aside.
    Fry both dals and powder them.
    Fry rice rava till it becomes red.
    In a pan pour water and bring it to a boil.
    Add jaggery, filter it.
    Again bring the jaggery water to a boil and make the stove sim.
    Now add the fried rava and powdered dhals.
    Stir well. Add balance ghee in that.
    Stir well and add cardamom powder and fried cashew.
    After rava cooks remove from the fire.

    Serve with kuttu.

    For kuttu:

    Make kuttu by putting A.P.P. that is prepare 'puli kuttu'.
     
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  2. jaisapmm

    jaisapmm Silver IL'ite

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    Hi Krishnamma

    Wonderful posting.Because My star is Thiruvathirai.Normally i am not celebrating my b,day.But this time i will celebrate with Kali and Kuttu

    Nice

    Regards
    Only One Life.Begin now.Do the Best You Can.
    Keep Helping As Much As YOU Can.
     
  3. krishnaamma

    krishnaamma Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    hi good to note that your star is Thiruvathirai. That too on Margazhi? then you are so lucky, for your birthday all of us will prepare sweet. enjoy.
     
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    jaisapmm Silver IL'ite

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    Hi Krishnaammas

    Thanks for your reply ,All are make sweets and eat except me

    Just for bonkjoke

    Regards
     
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    Dear Krishnamma,

    What is rice rawa, you get such rawa in market!! We get rawa called "Jhada Rawa" and another one called "idli rawa". Please explain nah. DrowningDrowning
     
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    hi Jai,

    after somany days yours is the first post to this thread. Sorry I have not noticed that first. Thanks for stepping in.Bow
     
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    Dear mals,

    Rice rava means, 'make rice like rava' that is all. YOu can make it with your mixer grinder. you can do it with raw rice or any rice which you use for cooking purpose. Just put the rice in water and wash well. then drain the water and dry it under fan. ( not under sunlight) then you can make just one 'round' in the mixer grinder.
    Then you can use this rice rava for the recipe.

    You can make 'rice rava uppma' with this.

    you can use this rava to make idly also.

    and also you can use this rava to make 'adai' or 'kunuku' ( a snack).

    Tthis will taste less sweet. that is whywe prepare 'koottu' with that. and we prepare this at the time of 'Thiruvathirai' Lord Shiva's star. That is almost on his birthday.

    hope now you understand about 'rice rava'
     
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