Food nourishes, not just the body but also the soul. It's because of the taste that eating is considered a pleasurable experience - one that we like to repeat several times a day and throughout the life! Ramyas Kitchen Recipes will 'PINCH YOUR TASTE BUDS' to nourish both your body and soul.
Wash rice well,
soak it for half an hour, drain and keep aside.
Boil the milk and
bring it to room temperature. Method:
Put rice, moog dhal,
water and milk in the pressure cooker for 6 whistles.
Powder the jaggery,
mix it with little water and stir it continuously in low flame until it turns to a syrup like state.
Filter the jaggery
to remove any kind of impurities
Mix the jaggery
syrup to the cooked rice and heat it for some time.
Add edible camphor
and cardamom to the rice.
Fry Cashews , raisins
in ghee and add it to rice.
Remove it from fire
and add the remaining ghee.
Traditionally we used to cook akkaravadisal in heavy bottomed vessel instead of cooker . I always make this recipe in
traditional way but as its time consuming I have posted a simple method. But for
best result I recommend making the recipe in traditional way.
There you go! Akkaravadisal is ready. Meet you soon in