Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Thiruvadirai Kali


        Today i am so excited to post this recipe because it's Wednesday - Blog Hop wednesday a very new event started by Radhika . I am so happy to participate in her great event with other blog hoppers.Thank you so much Radhika for giving us such an opportunity to get mingle with other bloggers n their recipes.As per the event,this wednesday i am paired with Shalini and i have to post a recipe from her space today.For the first time i am introduced to Shalini's space by Radhika. Sanctified spaces was a great and lovely blog,don't forget to visit her space.I choose Thiruvadirai Kali from her space.This is my first attempt and the result was too good.In her recipe she used tuvar dal but i dont have tuvar dal in hand,so i used moongdal.I never tried or tasted this authentic prasadham  and tried for the first time with her recipe.Kindly excuse me if i went wrong anywhere with the recipe.Here's the recipe..

Ingredients
  1. Rice     1 cup(i used sona masoori)
  2. Moongdal   2 tbsp
  3. Jaggery   1 and 1/2 cup
  4. Ghee    2-3 tbsp
  5. Cardamom   4no.s(crushed)
  6. Cashew nut    1 handful
  7. Raisins    1 tbsp
  8. Water  6 cups
Method
  • Heat a pan and dry roast rice till golden brown and rind it to a coarse powder and keep aside.
  • Roast moongdal and till light brown n keep aside.
  • in a small bowl add 1/4 cup water n jaggery,let it melt completely and then filter the jaggery syrup n keep aside.
  • Bring 6 cups of water to boil and add moongdal and cook till dal gets completely cooked and then add ground rice and keep stirring and cook in medium heat .
  • Once the ground rice mixture gets cooked add the filtered jaggery syrup and keep stirring .
  • Cook till raw smell of the jaggery leaves after that add 2 tbsp ghee and crushed cardamom mix everything well and keep stirring till the kali gets glossy texture and starts leaving the sides .
  • Lastly add some ghee roasted nuts n raisins to the kali.
  • Thats it delicious Thiruvadirai Kali is ready to offer God as a Neivedhiyam.


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37 comments:

  1. வாவ்வ்வ் அசத்தல் ப்ரசாதம்.....

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  2. Thank you Veena krishnakumar n Menaga for your appreciation :)

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  3. wow sangee it looks awesome, mouth watery. Superb clicks...

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  4. Wow superb Sangee. Its so nice of you to have tried this recipe. Nice step by step illustration.

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  5. That looks delightful ~ a keeper recipe for sure!
    Us Masala

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  6. Wow, what a great coincidence...I prepared Thiruvadhirai Kali y'day...but with little variation. Your recipe is very tempting.

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  7. YUMMY I WILL TRY IT SOON
    DO VISIT MY SITE

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  8. delicious looking sweet wonderfully done

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  9. Dear Sangee
    Very nice recipe and very new for me. I must try soon. have a nice week

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  10. hello dear...some special awards are waiting for you at my space :)

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  11. I have never had it as well, but it looks superb and delicious :)

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  12. Thank you all for your sweet comments...do visit again !!!
    @ sobha very special thanx to u dear :-)

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  13. my amma used to make this..yummy!!

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  14. Looks delicious, yummy and tempting. Mouth watering recipe.

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  15. my fav dish kali..nice step by step pics..

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  16. For a first time endeavor the kali has come out so well sangeetha.Hats off Gal.

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  17. have heard of this.. But never thought this is quite simple and can be done at home.. Must a try recipe..

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  18. Perfect looking kali...Love it...I too make using moong dal only

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  19. looks awesome & simple to make...

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  20. Thanks for dropping by my blog...got to discover yours too...this is again a new dish for me. But would surely be nice for some puja or special occasion!!

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  21. Loved this authentic recipe!! Never tasted anything like this before ;)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  22. ohh...sounds awesome...very interesting preparation dear..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  23. Wow.. such perfect looking .. Looks great :)

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  24. super dooper... Looking pakka perfect.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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  25. wow superb.:-)love this very much,but dont know hw to prepare.sure will try this.:-)thanks a lot sangee.

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  26. That looks soo perfect:-) Wud love to have some of it:-)

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