Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Kodubale

Kodubale is a fried item and it can be enjoyed with tea or coffee or you can munch this fried crispy piece any time of the day. Kodubale can be prepared in many ways. Here is a easy recipe that you will be loved to prepare Kodubale. This Kodubale is crispy and all age group will like it I am sure. Kodubale can be served as starter in the party too.
Things Needed:
Rice Powder: 3 Cups
Roasted Chenna (Huri Kadale):3/4 cup
Red Chilly Powder: 2 Tea spoons
Butter:  2 Tablespoons
Jeera: 1 Table spoons
Salt: to taste
Ingh : a pinch
Oil : 2 Cups\



Method: 
1. Dry roast rice powder for 2 to 3 minutes on low flame.
2. Dry grind Huri kadale into powder and keep it aside.
3. Now take a big bowl and put rice powder, roasted chenna, chilly powder, jeera salt and ingh.
4. Add butter to the rice mixture and mix it nicely.
5. Add required water little by little and prepare dough. (Thicker than chapati dough consistency)



6. Now take a small portion of dough and prepare thread shape by fingers and join the ends and make like a circle.


7. Keep a pan on the fire. Put oil and heat. When the oil is hot put the ready kodubales in the oil and deep fry them on low flame.
8. Fry them on both side and remove from the oil and put it on a tissue or plain kitchen roll. It helps to obserb extra oil.
9. Repeat the same with the rest of the dough. 5 to 6 kodubales can be fried at times.
10. Serve hot kodubale or store these kodubale in an airtight jar and use it during the tea time. You can even pack these Kodubales to your kid's lunch box



Note; Remember this frying process should be done on low flame to get the crisp kodubale.  You can also add sesame seeds instead of jeera. Dry roasted rice powder should be cooled and then mixed with other ingrediends. You can also add hot oil ( 3 Table spoons ) instead of butter. But added butter kodubale taste better and will be crispy for sure.
Time : 40 to 50 minutes.
30 to 40 small kodubales can be done.

2 comments:

  1. Hi
    This post makes me nostalgic taking me back to my childhood... Its long time I tried kodubale your post has inspitred me to try the photos are lovely n tempting...
    Thanks for sharing this recipe

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    1. Hello Visku namasjaara ....and thank you dear ..this is an easy recipe...you can try it out ..

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