Saturday, March 2, 2013

Aval Vilayichathu/poha in jaggery syrup




Recipe source - Mrs. K. M. Mathew

Ingredients 
1. Aval/poha/pressed rice - 1/2 kg

2. Jaggery/Sarkarai - 1 1/2 kg
Water - 3 cups

3. Ghee for frying

4. Black sesame seeds - 1/2 cup

5. Roasted chana dal/pottukadala - 1 1/2 cups
Coconut pieces/thengakothu - 1/2 cup

6. Grated coconut - 1

7. Melted ghee - 1/4 cup

8. Cardamom powder - 1 tsp


Method
Melt the jaggery in water and strain. There should be 6 cups of this thin syrup.

In a hot kadai, add some ghee and fry black sesame seeds. Fry the roasted chana/pottukadala in 3 tsp of ghee without losing color. Fry the coconut pieces also in ghee.

Place uruli or kadai on fire. Pour the thin syrup into it and boil. When it bubbles, toss in the grated coconut, lower the flame and stir continuously till all the water is absorbed. Removed coconut mixture from fire before it becomes sticky. When it becomes slightly cool, toss the aval into the coconut mixture and stir well till it is thoroughly mixed. Then add the fried black sesame seeds, chana dal and the coconut pieces. Add 1/4 cup of ghee and the cardamom powder.

Mix thoroughly and allow it to cool. When it is absolutely cold, store it in a big, dry vessel. Keep it for a day before using. Sprinkle cardamom powder now to retain the flavor.
















20 comments:

  1. Breakfast become sweet dish, nice.

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  2. this is one of my fav..yours is in a different style..anyway love it..

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  3. Wow....yummy dish....looks so tempting.. :-)

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  4. mmm..this is a new dish to me. Looks really tempting!

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  5. Adding roasted gram is new to me..Will try your version nexttime..Yumm

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  6. Wish I could have a bowl full of this. I would probably ask my husband's mom to make it for me the next time we visit :)

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  7. OMG Sabeena i absolutely love it.Lovely flavours.

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  8. aval with jaggery!! i jst luv it... v never add ellu to this.. likd the twist

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  12. This is a new and interesting recipe, would love a bowl of this!

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  13. Looks awesome. Must have Taste delicious too. Mouthwatering recipe, looks so inviting.

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