Oct 3, 2008

KOBBARI BURELU


Rice flour -- 1 cup
grated jaggury -3/4 cup
grated coconut - 1/2 cup
cardomom powder - 1 tea sp
ghee -- 4 tab sp
oil for frying




for rice powder:--- Soak the rice in water overnight and drain the water next morning. Pound the rice to a powder. you can use this leftover powder for murukus.If you soak 1 cup rice you can get opprex.11/2 cup rice powder



Scrap the coconut without black part.. Heat a very little water in a pan Add grated jaggery, when it bubbles add grated coconut and mix flour slowly on stirring constantly.add cardomom powder, Make it to a smooth dough.Add ghee(2tsp)and keep the lid, allow to cool.Remove and add the 2tsp ghee and knead well.Make walnut size balls out of the dough .Apply little oil to a plastic paper and press the ball as 'vada' shape.Deep fry them in hot oil until golden brown.



(Adding ghee to the dough will give the sweet a very good aroma)

store in a airtight container, this will stay for 1o--15 days

enjoy your festival time




11 comments:

Usha said...

This sounds wonderful...have bookmarked...will give this a try :)

DEESHA said...

that looks lovely rekha

Divya Vikram said...

I just love this sweeet..Looks perfect..

Sireesha said...

Looks very tempting and inviting...Bookmarked it.......

Uma said...

I learned making these burelu from my MIL. Thanks for reminding. Have not made these in ages. Meeru chala chala baaga chesaru Rekha!

Vidhya said...

looks really delicious. This dish is absolutely new to me. Will surely give it a try

Priya said...

Yummy, would love to try very soon..

srikars kitchen said...

wow.. reallt ecxellant.. looks colourful.. nice click.. thxs for shar//..

Priti said...

Wow looks yum....I wish I would hav some...Thanks for the yummy entry

LG said...

A very yummy entry for the event. Thanks for participating :)

Shreya said...

really nice, i love coconut and jaggery combo! the burelu looks perfect, esply the brown colour:-)