9799692b348 Nivedhanam: Cornmeal Kozhukattai

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Cornmeal Kozhukattai

A, B and now is C for which I chose to do this very interesting and very flavorful kozhukkattai.. Generally kozhukattai is made with rice flour and for a change I tried this different variety from here and it was so yummy!!! Loved this color and taste was perfect. I made the balls little smaller than the marble size. This one can be done very quickly except for the "making the balls" part. This one can be served warm or on room temperature..  This makes perfect for travel or lunchbox.. This is C for International / Fusion Cooking...
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Ingredients
Corn Flour / Corn Meal (not corn Starch) - 1/2 cup
Water - 1 cup
Butter - 1/2 tea spoon
Salt - 1/4 tea spoon + 1/4 - 1/2 tea spoon
Red Chili - 2
Green Chili - 1
Curry Leaves - 10
Mustard Seeds - 1/2 tea spoon
Ulutham Parupu / Urad Dal - 1 tea spoon
Grated Coconut - 1/4 cup
Oil - 1/2 tea spoon
Turmeric - 1/2 tea spoon
Asafetida - A pinch
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Method
Heat water in a pan with 1/4 tea spoon salt and turmeric and bring it to a boil
Whisk in the corn flour and stir continuously after reducing the heat to simmer
Whisk continuously to avoid lumps until it becomes thick
Add butter and remove from heat and transfer to a plate and allow it to cool. Keep it covered
Grease idli plates or steamer plates and set aside
Once cooled to touch, make small balls out of the dough and keep it in the greased plate. This is the longest time taker and can take around 15 - 25 minutes
Heat the idli cooker or cooker or steamer with water and once it comes to boil, steam cook it for 6 - 8 minutes
Remove them once done and with the help of your hand split the balls to individual balls
Heat oil in a pan and add mustard seeds and once it crackles, add the urad dal and red chili and when the urad dal becomes golden, add the green chili and curry leaves
Add asafetida and salt and immediately add the steamed balls and sauté for 2 minutes
Add grated coconut and remove from heat
Serve!!
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32 comments :

  1. simply delicious and mouthwatering kozhukuttais. Wonderfully prepared.
    Deepa

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  2. cornmeal kozhukattai looks super yummy and delicious dear :) lovely choice of recipe for this festive season :)

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  3. Yummy kozhukattai... healthy too...

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  4. Wow they are a lot of hard work. :) But I am sure the taste was stunning as well. Kudos

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  5. Wonderful and delicious kozukattai and sounds easy to prepare..

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  6. I never tried kozhukattai.. Its look delicious

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  7. those little corn balls look so cute

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  8. Those tiny balls are just irresistible, very stunning and wonderful kozhukattais.

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  9. New and interesting. Corn kozhukkattai looks cute

    nandoo

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  10. oh wow... nice twist dear... love the yumm balls sowmya...

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  11. Nice idea.. looks perfect.. thxs for sharing...

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  12. This is new to me....

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  13. Another wonderful recipe. Looks very colourful.

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  14. perfect alternative to rice ball kozhukatti

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  15. Good fusion..some of the pictures are not visible though

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  16. lovely photos and the kozhukkattai look so cute and yummy.

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  17. perfect...will make for little hero tomorrow

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  18. wow kozhukatai in corn thats interesting very cute they look very healthy version too nice.

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  19. wow!!That is a nice twist...loved the colour !!

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  20. Super what a lovely dish...book marked and this goes in my south folder of to do..super.

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  21. That's a yummy twist to regular kozhukattai.

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  22. Love the colour of the kozhukattai. Looks so inviting...

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  23. That is a cute twist for the traditional kozhukattai.

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  24. Looks perfect Sowmya..The color is gorgeous...

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  25. Lovely recipe and just in time for the festive season....Love your pictures Sowmya..Just a suggestion, if you could move your bookm arking from the center to corner, it would make the pictures even more tempting...Just a suggestion, hope you are not offended!

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  26. thats a nice twist from the usual rice flour ones...

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  27. This is such an interesting fusion dish. I love ammini kozhakattai. Im sure to love this as well

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  28. Wow kozhukattai is soemthing I heard of in the blogosphere. Love the variation I plan to make this but the ball making is what puts me off. Maybe one day I wil pluck the courage and make it. :)

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  29. Nice twist to the regular kozhukkatai and love the color!

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