Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Kozhukatta With Mulaku Chammanthi

Ingredients:

  • Rice flour 2 cup
  • Coconut 1 cup
  • Water 2 cup
  • Salt as rqd

Mix together salt and rice flour. Boil water and pour it into the rice flour little by little (like prepairing idiyappam). Mix well with a wooden spoon. After cooling down, add the grated coconut and knead it well. Make medium sized balls (kozhukatta) from this and steam it in a steamer for 10 to 15 mins.

For Mulaku Chammanthi:

Ingredients:

  • Dry chilly 5 to 6
  • Shallots 3 to 4
  • Salt
  • Oil
Fry the dry chilly in little oil. Grind together shallots, salt and fried chilly. Add rqd amount of coconut oil and mix well.

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66 comments:

  1. I'm speechless by seeing this mouthwatering kozhukaatai! Sounds easy also:)

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  2. Hey this is so yummy.. looks so delicious :)

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  3. Ethano ennathe aviduthe Breakfast..Excellent recipe..easy too..

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  4. wow thats a very beautiful click and a yummy dish too..

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  5. Lovely click..Will try tat mulaku chamanthi.its new to me.. T

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  6. enthubhangiya kanan kozhukkata....smooth soft and white ..tempting click...coconut milk nte koode nalla taste ayirikum...yummmm

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  7. tina kutty......kothippichu nee enne...kandittu sahikanilyaa...kozhukkattakku ithra bhangiyindakumennu ee click kandappol mansilaayi...ruchi aallochikumbooll hmmmmmmmmmmmmm.......ee chammanthiyude comboo fabulous...

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  8. Ooooh I love that Tina!!! Can I get some??? Hehehe :)

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  9. Hi tina, Thanks for stopping by and ur lovely comments. Kozhukatta looks yummy, we make them for Ganesha Chadhurthi. See u around more often.

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  10. something new and interesting..looks yumm

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  11. Kozhukatta adipoli ayittundu Tina.. njangal usually athinne murichittu varavum cherthannu kazhikunne...

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  12. Nice presentation Teena kutty&yummy combo!

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  13. Oh! that is simply lovely & adorable..... I would love to savor the whole of it....

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  14. wow, they look delicious, I have never tasted this spicy version!!! wonderful snack !!!

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  15. i dont know what to say for this all time favourite of mine!!..simpl awesome dear :)...
    vava enthu parayunnu..ente anweshanam parayanam ketto :)...

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  16. looks YUMMY...never tried this combination... tnx

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  17. WOw ! Looks so yummy Tina .ALso new recipe to me.

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  18. I've never had savoury kolukkatta! I saw the chammanthi pic on fb and I had to come and check it out. :)

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  19. Excellent photos and a dish with native touch. Keep it up Tina.

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  20. Muhhhhaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhh I want that. You know thee is drool flowing like when father simpson see donut in the carton.
    IO can just imagine dipping on of those kozhikutta into that delicious lookins chammathie.

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  21. Wowww mouthwatering kozhukatta and spicy chammanthi...

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  22. This is one brilliant picture...and the mulaku chammanthi looks fabulous and spiccceeeeee

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  23. Adipoli kozhukatta....chammanthi kandittu vayyil......

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  24. Looks mouthwatering, with a beautiful picture...is it kind of sweet idli..never had this before..

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  25. Wow, looks absolutely brethtaking...I always like ur pictures, simply superb. like this combo' veyr new to me..

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  26. kothiyavunu..Nalla pics..ithu randu plate engotum parcel cheyyo ?

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  27. OMG entha oru shape....looks sooooperb Tina...orennam erinjekku ingotte...........

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  28. Great click....never heard of this chutney.

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  29. Looks mouthwatering Tina... one of our fav :)

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  30. Very new and interesting dish. Looks delicious and yummy. Tempting pic.

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  31. kozhakkathayum mulakku chammathiyum combination first time kelkkukaya
    mulaku chammathi kandittu kothiyavunnu.

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  32. kozhukatta looks beautiful..congratulations to u too dear..hope u r doing well!!

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  33. ayyoooooo...eee kochu enne kothipichu kolunne...
    kidu!!!! enikkum mulaku chammanthi kandittu sahikkan patuunilla...ippo thanne undakkiyekkam ;)...
    athey i use nikon coolpix p90..
    ur pics are always the best deary!!!which one do u use?

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  34. Kozhukattai looks lovely and very tempting

    Wonderful click :-)

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  35. Such unique mouthwatering delights!

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  36. Looks yummy... Excellent photo...

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  37. Sounds different and looking nice.

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  38. Lovely!!! I wish i had it for my lunch today!

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  39. Tina,

    Kozhukatta with mulaku chammanthi, nannayitu undu. Eniku oru parcel cheyamo.

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  40. Wow. The I never had a spicy kozhukatta. It was always made sweet at my home. Very new and love the variation!

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  41. As asusal adipol recipeyum presentationnum..Wat else i want..just gonna grab few from the click, tempting!

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  42. Wow I am speechless,those are real gorgeous,awesome looking rice balls,clicks are making it more tempting...

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  43. kidilan breakfast...mulakuchammanthi kandittu vaayilkappalodikkanulla vellam niranju.

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  44. Kozhukkata looks so pretty..almost like snow balls..:).Never had them plain with chammanthi..we always make the sweet version..looks so delicious:)

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  45. pic entha oru clarity..kidu :)adipoli thanne.

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  46. Wow. The balls look gorgeous, must have tasted good with that spicy chammanthi.

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  47. I love the bright white color of these! They look delicious!

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  48. Both makes a perfect combo! Looks nice!

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  49. The chutney looks so tasty. Awesome pic.
    Simi
    itsallaboutfood.wordpress.com

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  50. heyyyyyy...this type of kozhukkatta is really new to me...i know only about the one with a sweet coconut filling..but both looks same!!

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  51. Looks great! Never tried it with mulakuchammanthi but sounds quite interesting..

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  52. Yummy one.....Looks absolutely delicious.

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  53. I have questions...

    This looks like something that I would like to try.

    Given that I don't know what idiyappam is, I have no frame of reference so can you enlighten me please...

    Secondly, the amount of salt should be salt to taste?

    Thirdly, what are some of the things that I can eat this with?

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  54. What a click man. Kozhakatta and chammandhi looks yummy.

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  55. The kozhakatta looks very yummy and the chamamandhi recipe is superb!

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  56. i hadn't thought of kozhukkatta as savory but looking at that picture i'll eat it sweet or sour:-) you have an awesome site here with great pictures.

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  57. Awesome pics and recipe, dear!!!we love this in our house too...

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  58. Dear Tina- Ur Kozhukatta look so perfect. As Always I'm admiring ur clicks. You are so good at it..great dishes with great photography..awesome combination.

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  59. mmm, that chammanthi is my favorite, have never had it with kozhukkatta though, interesting :)

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  60. wow looks soooo good. yummy kozhakattai.

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  61. Dear do collect your award from my blog :)

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  62. The kozhukattai we make is shaped very differently (I have a post on my blog) - haven't seen this before. But the softness took my breath away!!

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  63. wow.. i haven't heard of kozhukattas like these... they seem so much easier that the other sweet version... feel like making them today itself... love this mulaku chammanthi.. we usually make it to eat with boiled kappa :)

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