Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Rice rava upma pidi kozhukattais /Dumplings


Ingredients:
Raw rice rawa - 1 big cup
Urad dal - 1 1/2 tsps
Mustard seeds - 1 1/2 tsps
Dry red chillies - 3-4
Hing - 1/4 tsp
Curry leaves - few
Salt as required
Oil
Method:
Take a kadai pour oil in it and add mustard seeds,urad dal,dry red chillies, hing and curry leaves.
Now after the mustard seeds splutter add the rice rava and stir fry for 2-3 minutes
Add salt and mix nicely.
Add 3 measures of hot water to the rice rava and close it with a lid.
After 5 minutes open and stir the rava by turning it nicely.
You can even add some more oil to the mixture and mix nicely.
Now the raw rice upma is ready.
How to prepare upma kozhukattai:
After the upma gets lukewarm take some little by little in your hand and make balls by pressing with your fingers.
Now take the idli stand and place the balls one by one on the mould.
Now pour some water in the pressure cooker and place the idli stand inside with the balls
Let it steam for 20 minutes and then it will become solid.
Now you can put off the gas and remove the stand and keep aside.
The upma dumplings are ready to be eaten either with some chutney, sambar, or kathrikai puli gothsu which I shall post some time later.


29 comments:

  1. My favourite one..I make it often..looks very tempting..

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  2. this is my fav too...but it's hard to find any left over upma in my house..lol..

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  3. Lovely Kozhukattai! Looking good!

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  4. I have made with this only upma but never tried this.looks yummy and delicious.

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  5. Kozhukattai looks fantastic...

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  6. Delectable delights!!!!! I would love to taste them....... Captured well too.... Love & Hugs))))

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  7. I love this with brinjal kotshu!!

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  8. Sounds so yummy .. Great for my little ones tiffin .

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  9. wow!perfect evening tiffin...nice rava upma.

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  10. i have made this before and it tastes lovely...I am sure your family enjoyed it too...

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  11. my patty would make this often.. n I would run away :) coz i would prefer the poornam kozhakattai

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  12. This looks delicious..I'm hosting an event in my blog called "Leftover delicacies" and these will be perfect..do check out...

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  13. These dumplings look tasty and yummy.

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  14. I too make this often for evening snack..looks very delicious dear :)

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  15. Superb mouthwatering snack and of course delectable mango basundi..my fav! drooling here..;-)

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  16. Upma looks very delicious and tempting.

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  17. My MIL makes kozhakattai but I guess I never saw one made from rice upma. A good recipe and a great way to make kids eat..this as my younger son loves anything which looks like a ladoo..

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  18. hey this is something new to me..looks so tasty..

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  19. One of my fav . Thanks for dropping by in our blog and sharing ur blog url ...

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  20. Dear Indu, I was away from blogging for a while due to my German course, and now I am back!! Shall catch up with all ur lovely posts soon :)
    Btw, Upma Kozhukattai looks real yummy!! Athuvum Kothsu kooda sethu sapta... Superb!! :)

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  21. looks great, i love Dumplings of all kind.
    also the the other recipe with the raddish looks one im going to try.. love the spices

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