Monday, May 24, 2010

Avalose Podi

Ingredients:
  • Raw rice 1/4 kg
  • Cumin seeds 1 Tsp
  • Grated coconut 1
  • Salt little
Soak rice for few minutes and drain the excess water. Powder it well. Add grated coconut, salt and cumin seeds into rice flour and mix well using hand. Keep it aside for 30 mins. Heat cheenachatti (wok or kadai) or other thick bottom pan and roast the flour mix. Stir it continously till it turns golden colour. Remove it from fire and kept in an air tight container. Serve it with sugar.

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26 comments:

  1. Ayyo kothy varunne Tina...Kidu pic..

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  2. Such a easy and yummy dish...sure gona try this!

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  3. Reminds me of my childhood when we used to sprinkle sugar and eat them. Wish i had a plate to do the same again.

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  4. Adipoli click..looks so yummy!!..hope u r doing well...

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  5. Avalose podi kandittu kothiyakkunnu, Tina..Ethu kazhichittu kure kaalamayi. Superb click! Take care..

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  6. Tina,

    Avalose podi adipoli. Hope you are in the final stage of arrival of your bundle of joy.

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  7. Completely new dish for me ya! Looks so appetizing! ;)

    I've got some awards waiting for U at my space, check-it-out when U r free!

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  8. one of my friends suggested eating this w/ jaggery.... and I tried it w/ brown sugar... I am drooling at that thought looking at this pic...

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  9. New to me,cool recipe,new to me!

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  10. Never heard of this podi, looks fabulous and new to me..

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  11. Beautiful click,Tina. I just had some avilose podi for bf :)

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  12. Adipoli Click , remembered by ammuma

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  13. The podi is new to me...Jus hooked to podis like anything...

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  14. hostel mates sthiram kondu varunna item, sathyayitum eniku ishtalla, pinne annokke no choice..:)pic kidu

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  15. nice pic!! this really reminds me of hostel days. my roommates used to get it too!

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  16. Hellooooooo...Nattil chenundakiya item ano? Pic nanayitundu..Counting days now ?

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  17. Simply great blog Tina...Awesome pics

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  18. Very nice, interesting and lovely recipe. Looks wonderful.

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  19. mam thank you for recipe . I tried it it is delicious

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  20. Raw rice is puzhungal ari or pacha ari? Cn you please clarify it for me?

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  21. Hi friend i hav used pachari..not puzhungalari.

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