|1.||Rice flour / akki hittu 1 cup|
|2.||Maida 1 tablespoon|
|3.||Water 1-3/4 cups|
|4.||Oil 1 teaspoon|
|5.||Salt 1 pinch|
maida and water in a thick bottom utensil.
the utensil, stirring the mixture continuously
a wooden spatula.
Add oil and salt.
the rice flour when the maida mixture rises to the surface.
Leave the spatula inside the utensil.
the water rises to the top,
turn the flame to sim mode.
Simmer for 4-5 minutes.
Hold the utensil
tightly with a cloth or pot
holder with one hand and stir the rice flour with the spatula using the
Continue to stir the rice flour till it mixes completely.
the paste, using another
spatula, from the sides of the utensil and push the paste back to the
Sprinkle few drops of water.
Cook for 4-5 minutes.
off the stove.
Leave the utensil on the stove for a few minutes.
the entire mixture to a plate or working
Using a wooden chapati presser, knead and mix the mixture thoroughly, while the mixture is still hot.
If you do not have a presser, wait till the mixture becomes warm or till you can handle it. Then, wet your hand and knead.
half-of the dough into a thick, long roll.
Dip a knife in water and use the knife and cut the dough
into half-inch pieces.
a ball from each piece and flatten it.
Cover the flattened pieces till you are ready to use them. Otherwise, the pieces will become dry.
Use each of the ball to make a shell / skin of kolukattai, kozhukattai, spicy kozhukattai, kadubu, modak.
|TIPS||How to make the Rice Flour Dough|
|1.||Always try to use home made rice flour. If you use store-bought flour, kozhukattais may break while making or cooking them.|