Jul 15, 2013

Kuzhalappam/ Rice Flour Cannoli- Kerala's Snack

For the Indian cooking challenge hosted by Srivalli, has decided to prepare Kuzhalappam from Kerala cuisine for this June month. It’s a fried savory snack which made with rice flour and black sesame seed. For flavoring, we can add coconut, onion and garlic.



This recipe suggested by Priya Suresh but I was follow the procedure of Erivum Puliyum’s blog. You can say this rice flour cannoli, fried rice flour tubed and Kuzalappam.


Kuzhalappam is really crunchy and tasty fried snack. It’s a new experience for me to try this kind of savory snack and my parents also love these crunchy bites. Indian cooking challenge is a platform where I get the chance to try different types of cuisines form all over the India. You can store these snacks for long time in airtight container. 

Preparation Time: 20 Minutes
Cooking Time:  30 Minutes
Servings: 16-18 Pieces
Category: Snacks

Ingredients:
3/4 Cup Rice Flour
3 Tbsp. Desiccated Coconut Powder
1 Small Sized Onion
1/2 Tsp. Cumin Seeds
1 Tsp. Black Sesame Seeds
Salt to Taste
Oil for deep frying

Pictorial:



Direction:
Grind the onion, cumin seeds, and coconut with little water till to smooth consistency. 
Sieve the rice flour. Heat a pan and slightly roast the rice flour on low flame for 5-6 minutes.
Boil the 1 cup water with salt. Add the ground mix of onion and coconut in rice flour and sesame seeds. Add water in flour and knead stiff dough. Cover and keep aside.
Divide the dough into small lemon sized ball and take plastic wrap and grease the little oil on plastic wrap. Place the ball in between plastic wrap and roll it using rolling pin.
Cut into round shape using cookie cutter or bowl (As picture shown). Wrap the cut round disc on finger and close the both edges ¼” (As picture shown). Place this on tray or plate.
Heat the oil in wok on medium flame. Deep fry all this kuzhalappams on medium flame till to little brown and crisp. Remove them on kitchen towel. Cool and store them in airtight jar and serve with tea or coffee.

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17 comments:

  1. Very well done Preeti...good job!

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  2. Looks super delicious!!! would love to try them!!
    Sowmya

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  3. Perfectly made, looks delicious.

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  4. G'day! These look delightful, true!
    I would love to try these and are now on my list to do! Thank you!
    Cheers! Joanne
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  5. These are my hubby's fav. My mil used to buy packs of these & get it. I would like to make these at home soon. Nicely done Preeti

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  6. you made them so perfect...they are so yummy to snack with "chaayaa"...ugran nadan vibavam...

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  7. Yummy and crunchy :)
    @http://welcomefoodie.blogspot.com/

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  8. looks delicious and crunchy :) I have a doubt. Can I use corn flour instead of rice flour?

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    1. Traditionally, Rice flour is main ingredient of this recipe.

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  10. Is it 3 to 4 cups of flour or 3/4 cup of flour?

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  11. I used to make this with my mother, in my childhood days. Thankfully I found the recipe here... I will surprise her with this. Thanks for sharing the recipe :)
    http://www.crimsonapril.com

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