Monday, February 14, 2011

KINNATHAPPAM [RICE CAKE]

                            kinnathappam literally means cake in a plate.it may be so called becoz it is steamed in a plate..............my mom used to make kinnathappam on ramzan when i was small.at that time me and my sis used to hate it.we used to dream about all those doughnuts,muffins etc which were rare at that time.........but now when we are in the middle of all these things i luv to have my moms sweet kinnathappams................now i make this in the evenings and think of my mom..........iluv u mummy.................
there are many versions of kinnathappam..........this is how it is made in our home.typical thrissur[a district in kerala]style kinnathappam................
so this kinnathappam is for all those who miss their moms................oh i miss her so much............try this and enjoy.....................


INGREDIENTS:

ROASTED RICE FLOUR                      -2 CUP
JAGGERY                                              -1 CUP MELTED IN 2 TBLSPN WATER
COCONUT SCRAPPED                         -1/2 CUP
JEERA                                                    -1/2 TSP
SHALLOTS                                             -2-3
cardamom pdr                                          -a pinch
CASHEW NUTS                                      -FOR GARNISHING
GHEE                                                     -2 TSP


METHOD:

IN A MIXIE GRIND TOGETHER RICE FLOUR,JAGGERY,COCONUT,SHALLOTS,cardamom AND JEERA.MAKE A BATTER OF IDILY BATTER CONSISTENCY.IF U WANT ADD LITTLE WATER.GREASE A PLATE WITH GHEE.ADD THE BATTER TO THIS.ADD CHOPPED CASHEWS AND STEAM IN A STEAMER TILL A SKEWER INSETED COMES CLEAN...........enjoy

SENDING THIS TO THE SERIES ANY ONE CAN COOK....................

10 comments:

  1. Wow.. thanks so much.. reminds me of my mom and the dish.. such a tasty one..

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  2. Kinnathappam looks super. Its one of my fav...

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  3. new dish to me!...looks nice and yummy!
    Smitha
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  4. Just now I saw this delicious sweet, sorry dear I missed it. Thank you for linking with Any One Can Cook :)

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