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Diwali 2014

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

                     This has been in my to do list for long time,my mom makes this,I used to love this a lot…She makes rarely though. I recently was going through my cook book collections,I saw very similar recipe in aval vikadan supplementary …so I mixed up the both and tried today. Liked so much. My  mom makes for dinner. We can make this as evening snack or along with another dish for dinner. I made small patties just like I saw in aval vikadan…(They have given a name “vandi chakkaram”)

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My  mom’s version ,she doesn't uses black   pepper and jeera,instead she uses red chillies and also she doesn’t add coconut much. So here's the hybrid.

Ingredients:

Raw rice 1 cup
Toor dal/Thuvaram paruppu 1& 1/2 tblsp
Black pepper corns 1 tsp
jeera 3/4 tsp
Coconut, grated 1 cup
Water 2 & 1/4 cup
Coconut oil 1 tsp
Salt As needed

To Temper:

Mustard 1 tsp
Asafetida A pinch
Curry leaves 1 sprig
Coriander leaves Chopped- 1 tblsp
Oil 1 tsp

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Method:

  1. Clean and soak rice and dal for at least 2 hours .
  2. First  grind pepper and jeera just a little and then add the soaked rice and dal and grind carefully to rawa consistency as shown in the picture.
  3. Soaked rice ground to rawa consistensy
  4. Heat kadai and temper with the items given under the table and add the water and bring to boil.
  5. Add the coconut and then the ground rice mixture and Mix well.
  6. temper boiling water with coconut
  7. Cook covered in low flame for 4-5 mins.Cook till it becomes like upma. (non sticky)
  8. Rice added Cooked upma
  9. Add the coconut oil(if desired) and mix well and switch off the stove.
  10. After cooling down take desired sized ball and make adais. I made small adais and shaped it with a lid. You can skip this step and make bigger adais as well.
  11. I used a polythene sheet and a glove. Grease just the first time when u start to make,after that i dint needed,so if you feel u need to grease,u can. Other wise not necessary.
  12. flattened adai shaped with lid
  13. Heat a non stick pan and drizzle little oil or ghee and toast these adais in medium flame each side for about 2 mins.
  14. in tawa turn over
  15. Serve with coconut chutney or coriander thokku or coriander chutney the best of all!!

Upma adai with green chutney.

           You can grind rice ,dal ,pepper and jeera to rawa consistency in mill and keep. When ever you want you can follow the same method(no soaking part) and enjoy!  I thoroughly enjoyed these,in fact I could not resist my self  eating while i was making adais and also after I made while taking pictures too Winking. Tastes good even if it cools down,so you can make it as a snack for any get together too!

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62 comments:

  1. Wow, upma adai looks incredible..delicious dear!

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  2. This is really new to me and for sure interesting hybrid.. will try it for sure.. :) You always present and write things so neatly. keep it up.

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  3. Sounds new to me, bookemarked will try it sometime soon!

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  4. Wow..that is a delicious one..looks yummy dear.

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  5. I heard about upma kozukattai.Really new one,Looks delicious. Nice presentation

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  6. wonderful recipe..am surely going to try it..

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  7. I make upma kozhukkattais. So next time I will make these adais with the upma.

    Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Adai looks delicious.. I m not really found of adai's .. but this makes me feel like trying them !

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  9. Wow yummy preparation...Its completely a new recipe to me...Beautiful clicks and presentation........

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  10. Looks very nice.Feel like taking from the screen and taste ;)will surely try :)

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  11. Raji as u said it is a hybrid for me too because two of our typical breakfast varieties are mixed to make this...looks gr8..

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  12. Very new to me, infact heard the first time. But the your awesome clicks has made me bookmark this.

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  13. Oho!!! I know we hardly make these
    delicacies any longer. Lovely adais.Thanks for reminding me of it, i will get around to make it soon. Your adais look superb!

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  14. creative thinking lovely. I use to make like balls.

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  15. பார்க்கும் பொழுதே மிகவும் சூப்பராக இருக்கின்றது...உப்புமாவில் அடை செய்தது இல்லை...

    அடுத்த முறை கண்டிப்பாக இதற்ககவே உப்புமாவினை கூடுதலாக செய்ய வேண்டும் போல இருக்கே...

    சூப்பர்ப்...அதுவும் அரைத்து உப்புமா செய்வது நன்றாக இருக்கின்றது..

    இதே போல ஒருமுறை cous-cousயில் செய்து இருந்தேன்..நன்றாக இருந்தது...

    கண்டிப்பாக இதிலும் செய்து பார்க்கின்றேன்...

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  16. Very nice one raks...looks so delicious..

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  17. Very neatly presented, great recipe!

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  18. Wow Raks, Nice! I love upma kozhukattai, this is even better! Wonderful presentation too!!!

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  19. Nice click!!!
    UPma adai is new to me..Sounds gr8!!
    Looks fabulous too...

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  20. Hey Raks, I love for the reason that I get to know something new each time I come to ur blog :)
    Loved this very interesting dish.
    Loved the recipe and presentation too!
    tc

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  21. Never thought of this dish.....yummy & nice click

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  22. yummy!!!!!! But of course new to me. Shd try it. Love the click. I like the way you have used the filter coffee cover to make the adais.

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  23. wow..super a iruku...we call it uppu maavu adai...want to have it right away :)

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  24. Upma adai...luks awesome raaji...so perfect:)

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  25. this looks so good .. I have never had this. quite unique

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  26. this looks so good .. I have never had this. quite unique

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  27. Raji, now is my dinner time. Your picture make me so.. hungry. New to me and looks yum!! surely try.

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  28. Absolutely fabulous looking adais! I'm going to bookmark this recipe... thanks for sharing :-)

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  29. Pretty much like Kozhukattai but adai seems more crispy and tasty!

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  30. Very new recipe.. Looks delicious. This will be great as breakfast to make during weekends..

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  31. looks nice crispy, very different version of adai indeed; lovely !

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  32. My MIL makes it same way...Looks supppppper Duppper dear:)

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  33. Amma made adai and also steam them as kozhukattai. Looks very very delicious.

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  34. Delicious, I would love these... please share :)

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  35. Looks so lovely and wow what a nice write up.

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  36. Delicious looking upma adai!!New to me..Sounds great!!As always nice presentation!!

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  37. Sounds good..we make this adai with corn and spinach..u got the right shape of adai..luks good and yummy too

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  38. Mmm.. looks so new and delicious!!!

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  39. Oh, we call it arisi adai only...this is sucha nice way to do it.

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  40. wow!!, awesome.., will definitely try this. This is very new to me.., never heard before.

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  41. Wow...... superb recipe, looks so yumm.

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  42. very interesting. I haven't seen this before. seems like you need some patience eh? :D

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  43. Lovely dish and we say it as thavala adai

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  44. loads of work but well worth it! Looks wonderful...

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  45. Very innovative Raji, should try it sometime!

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  46. Something very new and delicious!

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  47. Ur upma adais are so cute Raks. I've never heard of these before. Makes me want to try them soon.

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  48. they came out so perfectly rounded..

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  49. WOW!!

    Looks so yummy, I'll have to try it this weekend.

    I love your blog, my fave.. so much so that I use it almost on a daily basis.

    The step-by-step pictures are so amazingly helpful.

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  50. Upma Adai, enakku puthusu than :)..
    Sooper posts, recipes and clicks all over!!!! :)..
    Keep up your good work,Raks! :)

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  51. Priya,
    Am glad that u like my blog,only comments from people like you encourage me to keep this blog on :) Thank you for making my day :))

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  52. Perfectly made,I'm craving for these right now :D

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  53. nice.. looks very good. i make arisi upma and this one is just 1 step extra. should try.

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  54. Wow! looks delicious. I must try this.

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  55. Wow they are so adorable n tempting.Thanks for sharing the recipe.It deserves a try.

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  56. Hy

    I am Sajitha. All your dishes are attractive and yummy. I had tried Pav bhaji and sabhudana payasam. It do taste delicious. Onefavour i require from you is that, you had made all pizza and buns from the oven. We have microwave could you please tell me how to make these recipes in microwave

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  57. hey...can i make it like upma the previous night and make the adais the next day...

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  58. Yes you can keep refrigerated and make next morning adais.

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  59. Can i use Idly rice instead of raw rice

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  60. No I think, but try with any eating rice, like basmati

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  61. Hi raks this recipee is amazing. We make rice kozhkottai by steaming the mixture in the kadai. Will try making the adais too!

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  62. Hi... Raks today i am going to make upma adai for my dinner ...i think it ll come good let me see.. i love your blog very much, so many recipes remaining my mom.Thank u...

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