Kalthappam (Repost)

Repost for entry to the EFM - variety  rice series event in srishkitchen

Kalthappam 

Ingredients

  • 1 cup raw rice(pachari)
  • 1/2 lb Jaggery(Sharkkara)
  • Salt - A pinch
  • Vegetable oil(Preferably coconut oil)
  • 1/8 cup Coconut slices(Thenga kothu)
  • Onion - 1/4 cup
  • Cooked Boiled rice - 1/4 cup

Directions


Soak rice for 2 hrs. Clean and keep it aside. Blend the rice adding little bit water and boiled rice to a thick consistency. Melt the jaggery in 1/2 cup of water, strain it and immediately(when it is warm) pour this into the rice mixture. Add a pinch of salt. The batter prepared must have a loose consistency.
Heat 1 tbsp of coconut oil in a pressure cooker.Saute some chopped coconut pieces and onions till golden brown. Keep heat at high and when it is really hot, add the rice mixture into the cooker.Close cooker without the weight.Cook for 2 mins on a high flame. Next lower the flame and cook for 5 mins on a very low flame. Remove from fire and open the lid after 5 mins. Remove kalthappam from cooker when cool.

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27 Comments:

Sailaja Damodaran said...

yummy....mouthwatering

Nandini said...

This is droolworthy! It's really scrumptious and delectable! Nice entry!

prasu said...

wow..........lovely dear...totally new to me but it looks so delicious.

Prajusha said...

looks yummy,kalathappam ithu vare try cheythittu illa...
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jeyashrisuresh said...

sounds new and looks yummy.great for the event part

Babli said...

Kalthappam is absolutely new dish for me. Looks yummy and tempting.

Sushma Mallya said...

Looks delicious,nice entry for the event...

Sreelekha Sumesh said...

adipoli kalthapam..ee eppaghaloke kanichu manushyare kothipidipikuvanallo..

Priya said...

Delicious dish, looks fantastic!

Akal's Saappadu said...

nice sweet, I have never tasted this; something new to try out!!

Ushnish Ghosh said...

Dear Vrinda
I can never imagine onion is used in such a high sweet media..But I can guess it will have a flavor totally unknown to me.

shanthi said...

Mouthwatering and tempting

Anncoo said...

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Shama Nagarajan said...

AWESOME RECIPE

Sandhya Hariharan said...

New to me.. How do u serve this ??

Chitchat said...

A totally new unheard recipe. Would certainly try it out. Looks delicious.

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Latha said...

Looks yumm,haven't tried one ..thanks for sharing :).

Sarah Naveen said...

entammo!!!!
Enne ingane kothipichu kothipichu kolluvanallo...
Adipoli...oru piece enkil onnu fedex cheythal athilum adipoli akum :)...love all ur recipes...

Balakrishna Saraswathy said...

A lot of new dishes for me..these looks so sweet and yummy yum yum..a definite kid's taste :)

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Looks so good and delicious.

kothiyavunu said...

Enikku vayya!!! ente vrinda, Adipoli!!!!
onnu vilichirunenkil njan angu vannene..sherikum kothiyavunu da.
Njan ithuvare try cheythittilla…will try it soon ..tnx for sharing

preethvijay said...

nice unique recipe. Picture looks so gud

Gita said...

Awesome dish Vrinda :)

Abhilash said...

mm... delicious...

Manusyarude kodhi ellam kittuve :)

Chow and Chatter said...

oh i love the look of these Indian desserts you can cook so well

Katy ~ said...

This is totally new to me. I would love to sample this because it sounds delicious and looks so tempting.

Shri said...

Wow!Looks like a cake..

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