Friday, March 13, 2015

KARADAYAN NONBU VELLA ADAI

Vella Adai


Ingredients
Raw Rice: 1 cups
Karamani (Black eyed bean):  1/4 cup
Finely sliced coconut: 1/2 cup
Water: 1.5 cups
Ghee:1/2 tsp
Jaggery grated: 1 cup
Cardomom powder: 1 tsp


Procedure:
Step1:
Wash the rice and dry it

Step2:
Dry roast the rice in medium flame until it becomes light brown and let it cool.


Step3:
Dry roast karamani for 2 - 3 minutes and add water and cook for 15 min.

Step4:
Slightly fry the sliced coconut in 1 tsp of ghee.


Step5:
Powder the rice in a mixie

Step6:
Dry roast the rice flour again for 2-3 minutes.

Step7:
Heat 1.5 cups of water in a pan and add grated jaggery to it.Once the jaggery starts melting add sliced cocunut,cooked karamani and cardomom powder.


Step8:
Now slowly add half of the quantity of powdered rice and stir continously until the flour is cooked and thick consistency is reached. Allow it to cool.



Step9:
Make round shapes with the dough with a hole in the center and steam cook in idli plate for 7-10 minutes



32 comments:

  1. this is something new!!!! sweet and karam with the same mix... reminds me of upma and kesari served as breakfast. Is this also a breakfast dish?

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  2. Very yummy and absolutely delicious !!

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  3. That looks great..Being a sweet lover, I prefer the sweet version of Adai:-)

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  4. hope u had a great celebration ! lovely adais

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  5. Both are delicious, thanks for sharing dear...

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  6. Both Nombu adai's looks delicious.

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  7. Karadayan nombu adai looks delicious, I too made them.

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  8. delicious delights..nice presentation dear..
    Tasty appetite

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  10. I too made this. Looks too good. Hope u had a gr8 celebration..

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  11. Very authentic n nice recipes..very well explained too..

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    US Masala

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  12. Very nice n authentic recipes. .very well explained too..

    US Masala

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  13. Both the adai looks delicious...

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  14. nice recip, sweet adai is new to me, never tried nice presentation

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  17. classy and nice recipe :) absolutely drooling one :)

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  18. Hi, lovely recipe... very well explained and beautiful pictures... first time here... lovely blog reflecting the true essence of our south indian tamil nadu kitchen.. keep up the good work.. Glad to follow u
    Reva

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  19. delicious lovely to snack looks wonderful

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  20. Delicious and fantastic noombu adais.Love both the versions.

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  21. well explained in steps.. Yummy .

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  22. Very ethnic, very healthy...neatly explained.

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  23. I liked both the recipes.Looks delicious.Thanks for visit my blog.
    cheers

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  24. Superb preparation dear. had a loss in my husband's family - was reminded in the nick of time as i was all prepared to make these.

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