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Steamed coconut filled rice balls/kozhukattai...Arusuvai Season 2

Kozhukattai is a traditional snack of South India...amma used to prepare it as an after soon snack.....It is one of the healthiest snack with rice flour, jaggery, coconut. Hot water is poured into the rice powder, salt, and mixed with a spoon. When it is warm enough to handle, roll into small balls and put a tsp of scarped coconut and jaggery mix into it and again roll it into a ball and steam it.

Rice flour: 2 cup.(easily available in Indian Stores).
Water: 1 1/2 cups-2 cups.
Salt: 1/2 tsp.
Grated coconut: 1/2-1 cup.
Palm jaggery/jaggery: Grated or crushed, about 1/2 cup.
1 or 2 drops of oil to grease your hand.
Cardamom: 1 or 2, crushed.

1. Mix coconut, jaggery, cardamom and keep aside.

2. Boil water with salt in a pan...add 1 or 2 drops of oil...when it is boiled and pour it little by little over the rice flour mixing with a spoon and make it into a soft dough...the water is just enough to make it into a dough.

2. Allow it to cool and while still warm knead it with your hand into a soft dough.Soft rice dough is ready to use.

3. Make small balls with the dough and put a tsp of the coconut mix in the middle and close the dough and shape it back into a ball.

4. Put the coconut filled balls or kozhukattai in the steamer for 10 to 15 on low flame.

5. Steamed kozhukattai or rice balls are ready to serve.

Enjoy the surprise sweetness of the jaggery and coconut with the flavor of Cardamom when you bite into it.


  1. The rice ball looks granny prepare similar kind..but from rice she prepare yummy rice balls.....this is also looks lovely..

  2. Love it!!!Healthy too as it is steamed & sweetened with jaggery...
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

  3. Love it,easy and guilt free snack.

  4. I just love this delicacy...
    They look yummy...

  5. What a sweet, lovely gift! I've never had Kozhukattai but they look really delicious!

  6. I love kozukattai this looks delicious

  7. Thats my fav kozhukattais, looks awesome..

  8. i love kozhakattai.. yours looks so delicious..

  9. healthy kozhukattai...lovely too....

  10. wow kozhukattai looks yummy....

  11. now that is why I feel that cooking is really easy :)

    korakatta looks really good Nisa. I often try them at home... I am a chinna cook..., not like you :)

  12. They look like the Chinese sweet "domplings" called Tong-yuen. Usually has sesame, red bean paste or lotus seed in them. I bet these are healthier version and taste delicious too.

    Yes, welcome to the blogger's world. I'm a new blogger too and I've been making friends and connections with other foodies and blogger too. It's so nice. :)


  13. I love your recipes for cakes and when I received awards from Reshmi of Easy Cook I wanted to share it with you. If you like you may collect the awards.

  14. amazingly beautiful- was just wondering about them the other day (got them as prasad at the temple)! should try them!

  15. These look so delicious. They remind me of modakam that Maharashtrians make and I love those too. I am going to try and make this. This would also be a great snack for picky eaters.

  16. Ya I am sure the picky eaters would love this snack.


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