Saturday, August 30, 2014

Kobbari Annam/Coconut Rice

This is one of the simple rice item to do. My recommendation for this item, it goes very good with any of gravy curries or Perugu Pachadi (Yogurt pickle) or with Sambar or Pulusu kind of liquid.

Grated Coconut ( you can use fresh if you have or use Frozen one also)
Chana Dal (add good amount of this, if you like crunchy in between)
Urad dal - 1/2 tbsp
Mustard seeds - 1 tsp
Cumin - 1 tsp
Salt to taste
Green Chillies  - 5 or 6 cut lengthwise
Red Chillies 
Coriander (optional, for garnish only)
Basmati rice cooked (grains should be seperate, one way to do it is, add a litttle oil in the rice cooker )
Curry leaves (optional, but adds good taste)

Method of preparation
Take a very little oil (a spoon or two) and fry the coconut (until it is slightly brown or until the raw smell goes away, whichever is faster). Spread the cooked rice in a wide bowl and add the grated and fried coconut to it. Now for the popu(talimpu, poNi, tadka), add some oil to a tadka bowl. Once oil is hot, add mustard seeds, cumin seeds, asafoetidam lengthwise slit green chillies, Chana dal, urad dal, curry leaves, red chillies to it. Once Chana dal is little fried, add salt to here and turn off flame/heat. Add the tadka to the above coconut and rice mixture and mix all ingredients thoroughly. Your coconut rice is ready and garnish with coriander before serving. 

Hope you like it !!!!

Note: Add fried cashews, peanuts if interested.

Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Healthy Salt biscuits (Salt Biscuits made with wheat flour)

I used the healthy in the title because instead of regular old maida, I used wheat flour for this recipe. I got this recipe from my aunt and made it instantly the next day. Turns out, kids love it as a time pass snack.

Wheat Flour (Roti flour)
Red chilli powder
Salt to taste
Warm oil
Water to mix it to dough
Sesame seeds (Can avoid if you have nut allergies)
ajwain seeds (very little)
Cumin seeds (very little)

Method of preparation
Mix the wheat flour along with red chilli powder, salt, sesame seeds, ajwain, cumin. Now add warm oil slowly and mix it up. Add water to above and make it like a dough. Keep it aside for few minutes and then flatten it out with a rolling pin or belan. Cut into diagonal pieces with either pizza cutter or a knife and fry them in a hot oil for a minutes or until it turns a little brown. Drain and store them in an air tight container. Your snack is ready whenever you want.

Note: If the flattened out dough is thin then the snack will turn out crispy.


Related Posts with Thumbnails