Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Paal (Milk) Kozhukattai for Blog Hop Wednesdays

This week I am paired with Nirmala of Nirmala's kitchen. I have chosen her Milk Kozhukattai recipe. I have used sugar instead of Jaggery and some slight variations. It came out well.. But couldn't take a better picture..


Milk 2 cups
Water 1 cup
Sugar 1 cup (or as per your taste)
Shredded Coconut ¼ cup
Rice Flour 1 cup
Cardamom Powder ¼ tsp
Salt and Water


Combine Salt and Rice Flour in a bowl. Add water little by little to form tight dough.

Take small amount of dough and form thin strips by rolling it in between the palms. (small balls can also be made instead of strips).

Steam the flour strips (kozhukattai) till done.

Heat Milk and Water in a Pan. Add Cardamom Powder. When it starts boiling well, add sugar. Boil till the sugar dissolves. Now add the cooked kozhukattai. Add shredded coconut and boil till done.

Serves: 2-3

Linking this recipe to Blog Hop Wednesdays of Radhika's Tickling Palates..

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Buttery Corn for Blog Hop Wednesday

I am a great fan of Charisma’s recipes; especially chicken recipes.. I love her Chicken Ghee Roast recipe.. But left with little time to pack and get ready for my vacation to India. So I chose her Buttery Corn recipe.. Being responsible for blog hopping Wednesday makes me really happy.

This recipe is very special to me as I prepared this just two hours before starting to Airport. Another reason is my son liked this very much and kept on munching, giving me some time for other house hold works.

My dear Blogger Friends,... As I am in India now and have huge plans to spend my days here, I would not be able to post frequently, will try to post at least for Blog Hop Wednesdays.. I am  really sorry that I would not be able to check and comment your yummy and unique recipes.. Hope you all do not forget me...!!!

Now comes the recipe.


Sweet Corn 1 cup
Pepper and Salt to taste
Butter ½ tsp at room temperature
Garam Masala a pinch


Cook Corn in Pressure Cooker for 1-2 whistles.                                 

In a wide bottomed vessel, combine all the other ingredients with cooked corn.

Toss well and serve.

Serves: 1

Notes: Chopped Mint leaves can also be added that enhances better taste.                           
Linking this recipe to Blog Hop Wednesdays of Radhika's Tickling Palates..