Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Kappa (Tapioca) Vilayichathu

Ingredients:

  • Cooked tapioca 5 piece
  • Roasted cumin powder 1/2 Tsp
  • Fried raw rice powder 2 Tsp
  • Dry ginger powder 1/2 Tsp
  • Jaggery 1/2 melted
  • Oil
Cut left over cooked tapioca into small pieces. Dry it in sun till it turns hard. Fry it well and keep it aside. Melt jaggery well and put the fried tapioca pieces followed by roasted cumin pdr, rice pdr and dry ginger pdr. Mix well and allow it to cool. Transfer it into a container.

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82 comments:

  1. Adhyayate kanuwanu tou..nalla rasmund kanan..easy and simple..

    PS: urakkam onnum ille Tina..Its too late in India now right??

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  2. just googled and found what is a Tapioca....totallt new for me....thanks for sharing....just a gorgeous dish dear...

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  3. adipoli click...and it looks super yummy!!!

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  4. This dish looks delicious.One of my favorite vegetables.

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  5. This dish is new to me..Sounds delicious!! Great pic!

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  6. havent heard of this one before...but sounds so authentic

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  7. very new recipe to me,,looks great and yummy,,,must give a try...

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  8. ayyo kothiyavunnu..love this :-)

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  9. That is very tempting! Very original!

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  10. Never tried this b4...Looks so different,,,Awesome click too

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  11. this is very new to us... sounds interesting.. And Tina congrats for completing 2 years of blogging...

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  12. Loved it..beautilful click..pls come n collect ur award from my blog dear

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  13. I have not seen tapioca in this form, (sad face) but this recipe looks delicious. I would love to try it someday.

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  14. this one is really strange to me...looks good for tea time...

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  15. New to me. Looking delicious. Beautiful picture.

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  16. Tina,

    Nannayituundu, enniku kurchu tharamo

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  17. Adpoly recipe.This is entirely a new item for me. Looks very tempting.
    How many days does it take to get the tapioca dried??

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  18. Since my mom is a malayalee,Iam familiar with this..We used to buy whenever we visit kerala.Urs looks tempting tina..

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  19. sounds diff & new to me...looks nice..

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  20. looks yummy..
    it's new to me...
    Tina puttintine koode pickle okke chodikkunnallo..entha vishesham ???

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  21. Very intriguing, sounds like a must try!

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  22. Wow looks too good, never tried before.. droolworthy picture

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  23. wow that looks very beautiful...so easy and can be made within no time,go to try this one...

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  24. Tina pls collect ur award from my blog dear

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  25. Recipe is very new to me,we always have as such boiled with salt!

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  26. wow! completely a new recipe...sharkaravaratti pole undakum alle :) good !

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  27. Nice simpek and yet very yummy recipe from u once again

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  28. Nice recipe,never heard of this. Thanks for sharing.

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  29. Simply Superb..very tempting..!

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  30. Never tried tapioca this way, truly interesting..

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  31. kappa looks awesome...I have heard my mom mention this dish...so lovely to see recipe!

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  32. woww...adipoli teenzz... superb click..ingane oru sadaam kanditto kettitto ila.. :)... alla thanikku urakkam onnum ille?? ee samayathu urakkam kurakkaruthu.. :)
    finally v r shifting to bglr.. he s resigning from symantec on apr 2nd and joining in yahoo on april 19th.baby's naming ceremony is on 12th april and in may i will go to bglr with my princess.. :)

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  33. never tried at home....really tempting....thanikki sweet annoo ishtam? but eat less sweets ok..take care of ur health dear!

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  34. Never tried this dish! Looks tempting!

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  35. U know I love boiled or roasted kappa.... this one wud taste fab... must give a try :)_

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  36. Very interesting...looks great.

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  37. Sounds new to me...
    Looks delicious.
    Thx for sharing dear:-)
    Nice click

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  38. Gorgeous pic tina,very much tempting.

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  39. If I could remmebered, I did tried this dish when I was kid, I know this dish is very good. Thanks for sharing.

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  40. I think i should stop commin here ; looking to all the dleciousitems you make is a real touture as every time i am here i am drooling and drooling.

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  41. sounds newto me and looks soperfect as a snack and tempting.

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  42. New dish to me! I mean we do use Kappa, your dish is tempting!

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  43. Very interesting recipe dear...looks gorgeous and tasty :)

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  44. This is new to me...savory tapioca. Looks delicious!

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  45. never cooked tapioca this way before. sounds interesting.

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  46. Kolallo! Ethuvarai kazhichittilla..

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  47. Sort of a candied Tapioca! must be yummy

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  48. Never heard of this , looks yum.

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  49. Completely new to me.. nammude sarkaravaratti pole alle...

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  50. Thanks for dropping by my space Tina! You have a lovely blog too. Loved the tapioca vilayichathu...looks yummy and appetizing!

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  51. This is totally new to me..naatil poyal try cheyyam....Pinne images okke extra large aakyo?Normal large sizil alley kaanan sukham...?

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  52. No words.. only Yummiiiii!!!!!!!!!

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  53. this recipe is new to me and looks delicious..adipoli pic.
    prajusha
    www.icookipost.com

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  54. this is new to me.....looks good

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  55. tina Our hearty congrats
    mail kittille..

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  56. Droool! I have to try this soon!

    P.S: Hope the baby is kicking well! ;)

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  57. hi tina,
    this is new to me.. will try it out..

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  58. Very nice and interesting recipe. Looks delicious and fabulous.

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  59. Very new dish to me..but looks gr8t!

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  60. Kappa curry looks yummy,I also made kappa curry today :).

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  61. This yummy-looking dish sounds very interesting! I've never cooked tapioca before, I can't wait to give this simple recipe a try:)

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  62. Looks super interesting!...bookmarked!

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  63. Torture cheyyukano manushane??? Varshagal aayi ethu kazhichittu... Unakkakappa erippundu...eni ethu udane undakkiyittu thanne ullu ;);)

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  64. New to me, but I like the pearl tapioca that we purchase here so I think I would enjoy this dish. It looks amazing.

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