Ari Unda (Rice Jaggeri Balls)


  
Ari unda


Ingredients
  • 1 cup par boiled rice
  • 1/2 cup powdered jaggeri(Found in Asian Markets , Indian stores OR substitute with brown sugar)
  • 1/2 cup fresh grated coconut
  • cardamom, to taste(optional)
Directions
Dry roast the par boiled rice on medium flame, adding about 1/4 th cup at a time. Stop roasting when it turns
golden brown and stops popping. Wait for about 5 minutes to cool the popped rice and grind to a fine powder(add the cardamom while grinding the rice to get a nice flavor). Mix coconut and jaggeri well and grind it in a blender to a paste. Now mix this well with powdered rice and make small balls. Store it in an air tight container, use with in a day or two.(Shelf life depends on the amount of coconut used, use less coconut for better shelf life)



Comments

  1. Yummy.Delicious sweet vrinda..

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  2. When we had summer holidays mom made this in big quantities and we used to hogg them.
    I think i have not had this after getting married.
    How i wish i would grab one of the undas.

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  3. Wow this is new to me..looks mouth watering, thanks for sharing :)

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  4. Wooow!! This is such a different recipe dear! the pic looks superb!

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  5. These roasted rice balls look wonderful - excellent with coconut and cardamom flavor!

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  6. I'm thinking they'd go great with a movie, Vrinda! Yummy yummy.

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  7. Looks so gud..I never had this...

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  8. looks so crispy, i have never heard of this dish. will give a try.

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  9. Simple to make.....with handy ingredients.....Balls look perfect in shape and yum too...

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  10. Rice balls looks so yummy....Never tasted these before

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  11. WOw thats is looking so delish.. never tasted it before..bookmarked

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  12. Simple n yummy rice jaggery balls. Have never tried or tasted this..would like to give this a try. I have one doubt though..while grinding grated coconut and powdered jaggery is water needed to blend those?

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  13. Never had this...Looks amazing lol...

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  14. woww....its looking awesome...perfect shape and nice click ..really nice recipe..dis s my all time favorite..

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  15. Rice balls looks so delicious.must try..

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  16. oh my god, they look sooo divine.....!

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  17. One of my hubby's fav things. but never had the futs to try making it.

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  18. Wow...i love this..used to eat this when i visit my fathers place..

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  19. wow! awsome ...lovely click ..hey 1st time here ..lovely lovely blog dear ...
    Thanks for sharing such a wonderful recipes
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  20. nice recipe...I must try this one soon :)

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  21. Woww just love this...looks amazing!

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  22. I have had this sweet during varlakshmi fest but the name is so new to me... Looks very cool perfect!!!

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  23. I have never tasted them but they sound delicious, lovely color too :)

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  24. New sweet to me. But a must to try I guess.

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  26. very new to me and looks so wonderfyl, I love that color.

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  27. Never heard of these before. Looks so gorgeous and delicious Vrinda! Bookmarked to try :)

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  28. something special for you in my blog.. :)

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  29. Thanks again,hope u all enjoyed this post..

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  30. wow.. looks so tempting.. can i grab some?

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  31. This is one of the traditional dish. The younger generations like us wouldn't have tasted much raditional food. Now we just get to hear from our parents,and ithink our kids would be readng in some books. LOL!!!!

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  32. this is something i am making this weekend...will let u know soon

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