Friday, July 19, 2013

KOZHUKATTAI WITH KADALAI PARUPPU POORANAM | MODAKAM RECIPE

Kozhukattai | modakam we generally make with Thengai pooranam which i have posted earlier here and also we make for Ganesha chaturthi|Vinayagar Chaturthi . I have never tried kozhukattai with channa dal | kadalai paruppu poornam. My mom is here for a week and few days back i learnt the kadalai parrupu poli recipe from her (recipe coming soon) . Recipe for poli I wanted to make kozhukattai with the same stuffing. so today being the first friday of the Tamil month Aadi i thought i will make Kozhukattai with kadalai paruppu poornam and made it and did neivedhyam too. And above all, Mom told that i have made perfect Modakams. Here is the recipe for kozhukattai with kadalai paruppu poornam. TO MAKE 23 MODAKAMS:
kozhukattai
INGREDIENTS: FOR POORANAM
CHANNA DAL 1/2 CUP
COCONUT(SCRAPPED) 1/2 CUP
JAGGERY 3/4 CUP
CARDAMOM POWDER A PINCH
GHEE 1/4 TSP
INGREDIENTS: FOR OUTER DOUGH
RICE FLOUR | IDIYAPPAM FLOUR 1 CUP
WATER 1 AND 1/4 CUP
SESAME OIL 1 TSP
SALT A PINCH (OPTIONAL)
Check out a video on how to shape modakam


modakam-kozhukattai
METHOD TO MAKE POORNAM:
  • Dry roast the channa dal for 5 minutes. Take care not to get it burnt.
  • Soak it in water for 1/2 an hour.
  • Pressure cook till 2-3 whistles. Completely drain the water.
  • Let this cool. Once cool, grind this in mixer along with coconut and cardamom powder.
  • Grind this smoothly. Add jaggery in the last and pulse once or twice.
  • Poornam is done. If you feel the mixture is bit watery, don’t worry. Add ghee in a pan and saute for 5 minutes in a low flame. The poornam will come to the right consistency.
  • When it is cool, divide it into equal parts.
kadala paruppu poornam
METHOD FOR MAKING OUTER DOUGH
  • In a wide bowl take the flour. Bring the water to rolling boil. add sesame oil and salt in the water. If using idiyappam flour do not add salt.
  • Once the water starts boiling, switch off the flame and  add the water to the flour. Mix it well with a spoon.
flour dough
  • Cover it for 2 minutes. when it is warm, grease your hands with sesame oil and knead into a pliable dough. Divide the dough into equal parts. Cover it else it will get dry.
modakam dough modakam
  • Take out one portion of the dough .
  • With you fingers make a small cup out of it and place the poornam in that.
kozhukattai modakam
  • Cover it and make into a modakam shape.
making modakam
  • Do it for rest of the dough and poornam.
  • Grease the idli maker and steam these modakams for 10 minutes.
modakam modakam
  • When done,allow this to cool for 2 minutes and take it out.
  • Modakam with kadalai paruppu poornam is ready for neivedhyam.
modakam - kadalaparuppu poornam        Note:
  1. The outer dough for perfectly for 23 modakams. The poornam was left for 6 modakams. We had it as it is.
  2. always cover the dough with moist cloth, else the kozhukattis will get cracked after steaming.    
     
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26 comments:

  1. Bful preperation.. lovely stuffing n cool pics

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  2. nice modakams jeyashri..looks perfect

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  3. They luk doo cute..Jeyashree. nice filling too.

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  4. Yummy kozhakattais with a different poornam

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  5. Looks perfect & yummy.. Love those cute shaped modhakams..

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  6. yummy and love the filling sis

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  7. Yummy and tempting modagams...Cute little ones...

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  8. wow lovely kozhukattai... tempting clicks...
    Event: Dish Name Starts with U

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  9. auspicious modaks. i would like to try the chana dal version. i also made a variation of modak, some days back and the recipe is still in drafts. after seeing yours, wanna make them again, even if the process is time consuming.

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  10. never had these...but looks delicious

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  11. modakam looks super interesting...they are my all time fav...we add some sesame seeds too along with this

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  12. wow looks so good. have never had this poornam for kozhakati.. we do this stuffing for puran poli..

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  13. Delicious!!!!!!! My favor one.......

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  14. Kozhukattai looks super cute!!

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  15. Jeyashri...I feel that traditional pooranam of coconut and jaggery is better for kozhukattai. This pooranam is for poli...

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    1. Yes i agree, but trust me many people make this poornam for kozhukattai for vinayagar chaturthi and i have the traditional method of making with thengai poornam too

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  16. Hi...whenever I try something from website recipe datz not working well with me...again am takin one try after seeing your picture perfect detailed recipe.... Hope it comes well with me .this tym...fingers crossed....

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  17. Hi jeyasri.. Want to try out both ulundu n this kozhukattai.. Wats the fool proof method of making the outer dough coz that's always an issue to me.. Add boiling water to the dough like you have done in this or add flour to the water like you have done for ulundu version ?? Waiting for ur response... Thx

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    1. If you are a beginner then this method is highly recommended. This is fool proof recipe. Just follow the measurements to the dot.

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  18. Excellent taste.. Must try recipe

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  19. Excellent taste.. Must try recipe

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