Sunday, January 3, 2010

Madakkusan or Love letter

Ingredients:
  • Maida 1 cup
  • Coconut 1 cup
  • Sugar as rqd
  • Elachi pdr 1 tbsp
  • Water
  • Salt
Mix together maida and salt. Add water into it and make it into a semi thick batter. Combine sugar, coconut and cardamom pdr well. Pour a spoon full of batter and spread it like dosa. When one side is cooked, turn it upside down. Once both the sides are cooked, put the coconut mixture inside and roll it well. Transfer it to a platter.

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55 comments:

  1. a very nice recipe..w e make this at home often..and by the way nice pic of urs

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  2. Hmm, beautiful love letter that targets the belly. Looks fab, Tina!

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  3. lovely post dear.it's my all time fav, we often do it.nice pic.

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  4. I love the original name given to your recipe,It looks lovely, simple and easy to make and above all delicious.-A pancake with an eastern touch.Lovely.

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  5. Looks good hmm...very simple sweet which is mouth-watering

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  6. I can feel the taste already...I have never had this before...will try it out and I love the name too...

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  7. Nice one.. I like madakkusan quite a bit.

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  8. Nice dish Tina, simple and easy to prepare too, I am definitely gonna try this :0

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  9. Tina, I'm falling in love with this beautiful and yummy love letter. Never heard of it, but now that I see it here..you'll know for sure I'll have some love letters of mine soon...REcipe seems so easy..Thanks for sharing this with us.

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  10. Tempting and inviting :):)

    Chitchat

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  11. New to me and love the dish name hehehe.... looks tempting.

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  12. tina,i love this dish...my favourite one.

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  13. hmm...lovely...ippo thinnan thonnunnu.. :(

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  14. in our side we call it as madakkupola...its simple n nice one....funny name u put for this.actually there is another dish here with the same name..but not like this a crispy fried item.i like this one most tina...

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  15. sounds easy and is yummy too..

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  16. Sounds easy to make and looks so tempting! They look like French Crepes.
    Is Maida a sort of flour? where can I find it?
    Cheers

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  17. Ahhhh, the food of love! These are beautiful, like a crepe with a wonderful coconut filling.

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  18. What a nice and simple snack! I will definitely try it out.

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  19. madakkusan is my favorite too. but i prefer it with jaggery.enthayaalum as usual wonderful click

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  20. I make these for eve tea,yummm

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  21. delicious snack recipe my fav. too but the name is new to me.

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  22. love letter, this was one of the best snacks we used to get in our college hostel...

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  23. OMG! that is one awsome love letter.kidu

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  24. Oh wow!!! Adipoli...Kothiyayittu vayya...
    oru 10 varsham enkilum ayi njan ithu thinnittu...

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  25. The love letter does look lovely and very delicate...Name is quite apt!

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  26. Attrative name !! simple and yummy letter :)

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  27. This is really something new to me...Luks gr8

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  28. Wow, thats exacty like love letters...lucky husband...he receives food form of love plus love letter, so sweet of you:)

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  29. Easy one nice recipe name tina. Happy New Year.

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  30. Tee Hee Hee - thats a really cute name!! Thanks for sharing...

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  31. Thats interesting name you have given looks good and simple.

    Pavithra
    http://dishesfrommykitchen.blogpsot.com

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  32. this is one of the easiest snacks to make and tastes so good

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  33. Oh, this looks so good and it sounds so easy to make, YUM!

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  34. wow,looks so cool! and like every one here I too love the namme;)

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  35. Edible love letter looks gorgeous dear:)

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  37. hi! all friends happy new year don't forget visit my blog too and your site is so good I always visit it everyday, you update so quick !

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    thanks you

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  38. Happy new year Tina, looks like your party was fab with goodies like these :)

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  39. Haappy New year,What a beautiful letter!

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  40. I love this !!!! i just went back....i remember amma making this for u after school :)
    u reminded my lovely days dear :)

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  41. hi dear,

    please collect ur award from my blog!

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  42. Heard it for the first time.....looks simple and yum....

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  43. Looks more like the one I had in my friends place, some year back...but you know what she rolled the maida and cooked it in boiled water, filled with same filling as you have mentiones.She called it Maliga..brought back memories to me.Good one.

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  44. wooooooooh, that's a romantic way of expressing your love to your lucky one!!!
    I'm noting down this point, might be useful to impress my someone :):):)
    what a simple and delicious no-fuss sweet!!! nice recipe!!!

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  45. wow ..hmm romantic... wonderful dish ..

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  46. Such a simple & tasty recipe.Want to try

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