Ari Unda | Ariyunda.- Repost For Kerala Kitchen Event


 

Ariunda \ Ari Unda - Royal Malabar Sweet

Its an old post , re posting with new images.A popular sweet from Malabar which are mainly prepared in huge amounts during wedding, housewarming and all other family get together.These are one of my favorite tea time snack since childhood.

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)




                                                                                

                                                                
                                         



      

                                      

Sending these to Kerala Kitchen Event May 2012 hosted by   The  cooking doctor

                        















19 Comments:

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

what yummy balls... lovely click indeed...

Tina said...

Ohhhhhh my all time fav item ..looks tempt vrindaaaamo

Shobha said...

Never tasted this sweet..it is easy to make..we have a similar sweet in Sindhi Cuisine with wheat flour, but that requires lot of stir-frying on low flame.

Suja Manoj said...

Wow adipoli,my favorite,mouthwatering here.

Shanthi said...

Adipoliyayittundu

Balvinder Ubi said...

This sweet ball is truly yummy! I bought parboiled rice for making idlis but I always end up using the ready mix. they are sitting in the pantry from months. Can I use dessicated coconut in place of fresh? In that way I can keep it for longer time.

Spice up the Curry said...

this is looking yummy.

Julie said...

Superb,love this always!!

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Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

wow, golden balls and look good!

Jehanne said...

Really like ari unda..yet i never knew how to make them! yours turned out really gorgeous looking..thanks for sending it to kerala kitchen..hope to see more entries from u, and following u:-)

Shabbu said...

Yummy Ariyunda..perfect one..
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Priya said...

Prefect looking tempting ariyunda..feel like grabbing and having rite now.

Debs @ The Spanish Wok said...

Yum, sound absolutely delicious.

Torviewtoronto said...

we make the same way but have a different name one of my favourites and I make it often :) delicious pictures

Hema said...

Very delicious and beautiful clicks..

Jay said...

sounds interesting ..wonderful presentation ..;)
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RAKS KITCHEN said...

New to me and looks so tempting, loved the clicks

Vrinda said...

Hi Balvinder i never tried dessicated coconut for this recipe.If u r trying use coconut flakes instead of powdered one. still i recommend using fresh coconuts to get the authentic taste.

Abraham Chacko said...

Adipoliyayittundu

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