Sweet Rice Balls




Introduction: Sweet Rice Balls

About: Hai...i live in finland..AFter marg i got an interest in cooking so i just started doing my food blog nd youtube channel..i always want myself to be busy...

Sweet rice balls/Paal kolukatai- I have learnt this recipe from my grand mother. She make most delicious paal kolukatai all the time.I asked her the recipe today finally i made it. It came out so well.She usually prepare this as evening snack.Remember dont over cook after adding thick coconut milk.

Step 1: Ingredients:

For making dough:

Rice flour - 1 cup

Water - 1 1/2 cup

Salt as required

Ghee - 2 Tbsp

For making paal kolukatai:

Thin coconut milk - 2 cup

Cardamon powder - 1/2 tsp

Sugar - 1/2 to 3/4 cup or as per your taste

Salt - a pinch

Thick coconut milk - 1 cup

Rice flour - 3 tbsp

Water - a little

Step 2: Instructions:

1. Take a wide bowl,add rice flour and water make it as a smooth batter without any lumps

2. Pour the batter to kadai,stir continuously in a medium untill get a smooth dough without any moisture

3. Switch off the flame,cover the lid for 5 mins,After 5 mins,add ghee and knead well with hand

4. Make it as a small size ball and keep it aside

5. Take a wide pan,add thin coconut milk let it allow to boil,Now add kolukatai one by one drop slowly so that heat dont drop

6. Cover with lid let it cook for 15 mins in a medium flame

7. Add cardamon powder,sugar,salt give a nice stir

8. Now in a small bowl,add rice flour and little water mix well without any lumps,pour into the paal kolukatai and mix well

9. Again let it boil for 5 mins,Finally add thick coconut milk switch off the flame

10. Now its ready to serve

Step 3: Final Output:

Step 4: Sweet Rice Balls Recipe Video:

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    2 years ago on Step 2

    Awww this is cruel. They look delicious. Thanks for the great instructable.