Boiling water-1 1/2-2 cups
Make a dough with riceflour ,salt and boiling water.Allow it to cool .
Kned well and make small balls
Make ‘Sharkkarapavu’ by boiling 1/2 cups of water with jaggery.
When it turns to semi liquid, add cooked moongdal ,ghee and shredded coconut.Let it cook for 2-3 minutes.
Add cardamom powder and keep it aside.
Place each ball in the palm of your hand, and press with the other hand to flatten.
Place a spoonful of coconut mix in the center of the flattened dough.
Close the dough around the coconut to form a ball. Roll in hand until well formed.
Steam the dumplings for 10 minutes.
The kozhukatta look yummy and inviting dear...:)
This stuffing is new to me.we make with channa dal ..looks nice :)ReplyDelete
yummy kozhukatta....perfectly cooked!ReplyDelete
Moong dal Kozhukatai is diff..nice..ReplyDelete
Yummy and healthy stuffing..love itReplyDelete
hey ganga...such a goood kozhukkataa.my all time fav...ReplyDelete
ganga thats a gr8 list of traditional food...love each one of it.....love the kozhukutta idea....ReplyDelete
Adipoli analoo, ethu njna enthayalum undakki nokame..ReplyDelete
Super cute looking kozhukattas, never tried with moongdal,will try soon.ReplyDelete
nalla healthy kozhukatta aanallo.Ente kettiyavan kozhukattede aashananu:)Looks perfect da.ReplyDelete
A very new sweet dish...looks fantastic!ReplyDelete
kool and yummy.ReplyDelete
love ur kidoo's slideshow..ReplyDelete
Adipoli kozhukatta..ichira ingu thannekku kto..ReplyDelete
Great recipe!! Healthy and delicious kozhukkatta annualloo...ReplyDelete
Ee filling kollamallo..Kozhukatta adipoli!! Belated Diwali wishes to you and your family!!ReplyDelete
yummy and awesome recipe..should try out onceReplyDelete