Jun 15, 2009

PAPPU LO UNDRALLU (RICE BALLS IN SWEET DAL)

UNDRALLU A SPECIAL SWEET WE MAKE FOR VINAYAKA CHAVITHI(GANESH CHATHURTHI) FESTIVAL.UNDRALLU IS MADE BY RICE FLOUR AND ALSO WE MAKE SWEET AND SAVORY, ESPECIALLY IN SWEET UNDRALLU THERE ARE MANY VERIATIES AND THIS PAPPU LO UNDRALLU IS A SPECIAL FROM KRISHNA DISTRICT ANDHRA PRADESH LORD GANESHA IS VERY MUCH FOUND OF UNDRALLU SO AMMA USE TO TELL US WHEN EVER WE MAKE THIS UNDRALLU WE HAVE TO OFFER FIRST TO LORD GANESHA THEN WE CAN EAT.SO THIS SWEET IS SPECIALLY MADE FOR LORD VINAYAKA ON HIS BIRTHDAY VINAYAKA CHAVITI WHICH THIS YEAR FALLS ON AUGUST 23rd. SO IN BETWEEN MY REGULAR RECIPES TRY TO POST SOME VINAYAKA CHAVITI SPECIAL RECIPES.I HOPE THIS WILL BE HELP FUL FOR AT LEAST SOME PEOPLE THOSE WHO DON'T KNOW HOW TO MAKE UNDRALLU FOR THIS SPECIAL DAY. AND HERE IS THE RECIPE FORDELICIOUS PAPPU LO UNDRALLU………………………
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INGREDIENTS :----
RICE FLOUR --- 1 CUP
MOONG DAL --- 2 CUPS
GRATED JAGGERY --- 2 CUPS (ACCORDING TO YOUR TASTE)
WATER ---- 1&1 /2 CUP
MILK --- 1 CUP
CARDAMOM POWDER --- 1/2 TEA SP
CASHEW NUTS --- 20 BROKEN
RAISINS --- 20 NO
GHEE --- 2 tab sp

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METHOD:---
1. WASH ANS SOAK DAL FOR 10 MIN. AND COOK TILL DAL BECOME SOFT , 2.REMOVE FROM HEAT AND MASH WELL AND LEAVE A SIDE.
3. HEAT 1 & 1/2 CUP WATER AND 1/2 CUP MILK IN A PAN AND BRING TO A FULL BOIL.
4. THEN ADD RICE FLOUR AND 2 TAB SP JAGGERY DON'T DISTURB THE FLOUR AND COVER WITH A LID AND LEAVE IT FOR 5 MIN.
5. AFTER 5 MIN. MIX IT WITH A SPOON (BECAUSE IT IS HOT) THEN GREASE YOUR HANDS WITH LITTLE GHEE AND MIX THE DOUGH WITH YOUR HANDS 6. AND MAKE A SOFT DOUGH.
7. AND MAKE SMALL BALLS OUT OF THIS DOUGH.
8. HEAT 1 CUP WATER IN A PAN AND ADD THIS RICE FLOUR BALLS AND COOK FOR 5 MIN.

9. IN A OTHER PAN ADD JAGGERY AND ADD WATER TO JUST COVER THE JAGGERY AND BOIL TILL JAGGERY MELTS.
10. STRAIN AND REMOVE THE DIRT AGAIN BRING BACK TO HEAT AND BRING TO A FULL BOIL AND ADD THIS JAGGERY WATER AND COOKED MOONG DAL TO RICE BALLS MIX WELL AND COOK FOR ABOUT 10 MIN.(STIR IN BETWEEN)
11. IN THE SAME TIME HEAT GHEE IN A PAN AND FRY CASHEW NUT S, RAISIN S AND ADD THIS TO UNDRALLU AND ADD CARDAMOM POWDER, REMAINING 1/2 CUP MILK, MIX WELL AND REMOVE FROM HEAT.

12. OFFER THIS DELICIOUS PAPPU LO UNDRALLU TO LORD VINAYAKA
THIS DELICIOUS PAPPU LO UNDRALLU IS MY ENTRY FOR NAG S MONTHLY MINGLE# RAVISHIN RICE EVENT, STARTED BY MEETHA
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AND also this Pappulo undrllu goes to divya s "DLC" GLOBAL GANESHA DLC FOOD FESTIVAL

33 comments:

Parita said...

sweet looks mouth watering!!

Kitchen Flavours said...

New to me......looks yum........

Prathibha said...

Manchi peru pettaru rekha gaaru.pappu lo kaalu vesaaru antaaru,alaage meeru pappu lo undrallu vesaaru..
Chaala baagundi choodataaniki...

rekhas kitchen said...

Prathibha Rekha gaaru akkrledu rekha chalu and thanks for the comment.
thanks Lubna and parita for your lovely comments.

Bombay-Bruxelles said...

Rekha

I never knew this recipe. Thanks for sharing it - I'll definately try it out!

didolivescooks said...

thanks for the entry Rekha..looks delicious...But dont forget to out the DLC logo here! find ur entry posted already http://didolivescooks.wordpress.com/dlc-food-festival/

Padma said...

Looks so delicious and nice step by step instructions.....

DEESHA said...

very new to me .. must try it sometime

RAKS KITCHEN said...

I love this,we too make something similar to this,looks great :)

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

sweets look so yummy!

Curry Leaf said...

New recipe to me dear,lovely dish and thanks for the recipe

Shama Nagarajan said...

wow...yummy recipe

Pooja said...

i'm feeling home sick ! miss all these dishes made by mummy :-(

Kalaivani said...

Love the combo with moong dal.I used to make this with Milk instead of moong dal.Will try this soon.

Ashwini said...

looks yummy.. I love the salted urunadai..

this is my first visit to ur blog... good recipes..

If u have time, pls check out my blog!!!

Priya said...

WOw rekha, this is really yummy...such a delicious dessert!

Sailaja said...

very tempting...

Gita said...

Wow...I am drooling over your clicks...this reminds me of my grandma...she used to make a similar dish like that back home...we call it pal kozukattai...love it dear :)

sowmya said...

thats a fantastic recipe..looks so good..

Cilantro said...

Lovely dessert. Nice name too.

Dhanya Nambirajan said...

Very tempting recipe:)

Sara said...

These sound so delicious, I'd love to try them!

Nithya Praveen said...

I have never heard abt this...the recipe is so interesting.Thanks for sharing girl!

Bergamot said...

Never come across this dish... looks great

A2Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Authentic & delicious. Very yummy dish, love dishes with jaggery.

kittymatti said...

this is a unique n lovel dish... the recipe is very good

Varunavi said...

I heard of undrallu but pappu lo undrallu is new to me.My granny used to make undrallu :)

Nithya said...

Mouth watering seriously.. yummy and very different. :) I am a telugu girl too.. But then was born and brought up in TamilNadu.. So I am not so familiar with Andhra dishes. would be happy to find them in your blog. :)

First time here and really impressive one. keep it going. :)

vidhas said...

Looks yum and tasty. Nice presentaion.

Uma said...

mmm. you cook lots of traditional dishes Rekha! Okadaanni ni minchi marokati!! Meeku inni traditional vantalu elaa thelusu? Pappu lo undrallu thini chala rojulaindi!! Thanks for reminding me.

BTW, I wasn't able to comment on many of your posts. When I open the page it is getting redirected to Google page (can't display page). That's why you haven't seen me commenting here since long time. Luckily today I could open your page and read the recipe. This is happening to only your blog, don't know why?

Pedda comment raasi sutti kottaanaa? Sorry Rekha!!

Valarmathi said...

New to me. Looks yummy.

Pooja said...

Rekha first time vintunnanu ee combo..chala bagundi..Meemu ekkuva sweet version chesukuntamu..But tasted first time hot version in vinayaka temple located near durgamma Gudi in vij...

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Undrallu