Thursday, September 11, 2008

Pal kozhukattai

There are many varieties of kozhukattai with or without stuffings. But this is one of the tastiest sweet kozhukattai.


  • Rice flour-2 cups
  • Water-Required amount
  • Milk-1 cup
  • grated coconut-1/2 cup
  • Sugar
  • Salt
  • Cashews-7 or 8
  • Cardamom(elakai)-5 or 6


  • Warm approximately less than 3/4 cup of water and little salt to it.
  • Add the rice flour little by little and make it into a semihard dough.
  • Make into small balls or rods or any other desired shapes.
  • Do not keep the balls together as they may stick to each other.
  • Now heat water in a pan.
  • When the water starts boiling put 15-20 kozhukattais in different places.
  • Do not put too many kozhukattais together.
  • See that the kozhukattais do not stick to each other.
  • Once the kozhukattais are cooked, using large metal filter or a spoon, remove the kozhukattais and keep it aside.
  • Use the same water to cook in the similar way all the kozhukattais.
  • Finally boil the milk in a pan and add all the kozhukattais, along with the water used to cook them.
  • When it comes to required consistency of a payasam, add enough sugar and grated coconut.
  • After removing from the flame add the cardamom and the fried cashews.
  • Serve it hot or cold.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

its very simple and tasty....=]