Spicy Kodubale For Shravana Masa
Starting tomorrow, that is, 3rd of August, a many portentous masa or month ‘Shravana’ is going to begin. During this special masa, many festivals are distinguished in India. The many critical festivals among them being Mangala Gowri, Varamahalakshmi and many more.
These festivals are really critical and are distinguished opposite South India, yet Shravan masa is distinguished in North India, a etiquette and traditions vary.
However, there is one thing that is common in these festivals and that is of march a varieties of dishes that are prepared during a month.
Also Read: Must Try Recipes For Varamahalakshmi Festival
One of a best recipes among a break recipes is a Kodubale. This is a really famous South Indian break recipe that is generally prepared for many of a critical festivals.
Preparing kodubale is also really easy and we can ready a break one day in allege for a gratifying arise and after offer it to a Lord a subsequent day.
So, review on to know a simplest kodubale recipe for Shravana masa.
Serves – 4
Cooking time – 30 minutes
Preparation time – 20 minutes
- Fine rava (Bombay rava) – 1/4th cup
- Maida (Refined flour) – 1/2 cup
- Rice flour – 1 cup
- Red Chillies or immature chillies – 5 to 6
- Dry Coconut – 1/2 cup
- Take a mixy jar, supplement possibly a red chillies or immature chillies along with a dry coconut.
- Do not supplement water, grub a mixture.
- Now, take a vast bowl, supplement a excellent rava, rice flour and maida.
- Add salt and brew all a reduction well.
- Meanwhile, take a vessel and feverishness some oil in it.
- Once hot, take a ladle of exhilarated oil and supplement it to a blending bowl.
- To a same blending bowl, supplement a belligerent coconut and chilli mixture.
- Now, brew all a reduction well.
- Then, take tiny pieces of a mix and hurl it on to a image (flat surface) and afterwards spin it to make it into a kodubale form (that is a vale circle).
- Once a oil has totally exhilarated up, supplement a kodubales.
- Fry them until they spin reddish brownish-red in colour.
- Then, send them on to a image and offer them possibly prohibited or cold.
So, try this special South Indian break recipe and let us know your feedback.