Monday, October 4, 2010

Kobbari Kudumulu | Kudumulu Recipe | Vinayaka Chavathi Recipes | Step By Step Recipes

Kobbari Kudumulu are one of the most delicious festival dishes that can taste. Konda once had a chapter that talked about melting Kolukattai and was ever curious to know how and what this dish was. Every time she asks me, I used to tell her that she ought to wait for the Ganesh Chavathi for tasting this dish. She was also eager to try her hand at making these.

For this year's Vinayaka Chavathi, along with me, it was Konda who did the major work of making these pretty Modek in the shape of garlic bulbs. The recipe is pretty much the same as I had already posted. But I wanted to make sure I had the step by step pictorials as many of you had asked for them.

Kobbari Kudumulu recipe that is already posted is the way I did this time too.


We normally use home made Rice made Flour for making these Kudumulu. Heat water and slowly add the rice flour to make the dough.

Immediately transfer to a bowl and cover with a wet muslin cloth until you use it. This is very important for getting the soft modek layer.


Meanwhile get the stuffing ready by making a syrup with Jaggary and grated coconut. Keep it aside once ready.


When you are ready to make the modek, knead the dough well. Divide into small balls.



 Grease the Kudumulu press or shapes with oil.


It looks like a garlic bulb.

 Close like this


Insert the dough into the press, dip your finger into oil and press your finger inside to form a hollow shape
 Like this..

Scoop out a teaspoon of stuffing into the hollow

 Press well. Then take a small piece of dough and cover the top.

 Gently remove from the opening

 Once done place them on the plate for steaming.
 
 Two done!


 Steam the kudumulu for 15 minutes.

We had fun time making this together. Towards the end I was impatient and made with hand too. While Konda continued doing it.

Have a great week ahead. I will be traveling and will try to schedule some posts if possible else catch you once I am back.

Update: Sending this to Only "Festive Event

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22 comments :

Chow and Chatter said...

looks wonderful and adore the shape






Dr.Sameena Prathap
said...

Hi Valli,

Lovely step by step procedure again from you...Stop by my blog when you find time!!:)
Dr.Sameena@

www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

notyet100 said...

wow thy look so good,.thnks for the pictorial

Jennifer said...

amazing srivalli.. I had tried making this along time ago- without the press and gave up cause I couldn't get the shape! Have you made it without the press in the past? I am sure the press makes it look easy, but there is still a method "to the maddness" (so to speak)! BTW my Japanese friends made me Daifuku which is kinda similar to this.. rice batter on the outside, but sweet lentil paste on the inside. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daifuku

Santosh Bangar said...

recippe step by step is very clear and modak looks delicious
do visit my blog

Paaka Shaale said...

Just loved the kudumulu Srivalli. They look so cute :)

dr.antony said...

We call it Kozhukkatta.Some times they add some spices to the mix,like cardomom.Tempting.

Hari Chandana said...

This is my fav recipe.. looks simply awesome.. amazing snaps dear :)

harini-jaya said...

adorable shape..never had the press of this shape!

kanthi said...

Lovely recipe with step wise illustrations,valli your recipe is simply superb

Smitha said...

seriously I keep looking at these and wish I could eat somemore...from the time u posted these!

Srivalli said...

Thank you everybody, I am so glad this has so many likes!

Jennifer, I also make with these without the press most times. With this press you really got to spend some time making it. Freehand is much faster. Maybe I will do a post on that too sometime..:)..thanks for asking..

Khaugiri said...

Lovely modak and nice step by step discription. You can send this recipe for my only "FESTIVE" Event.

http://khaugiri.blogspot.com/2010/09/announcing-only-festive-event.html

homecooked said...

The modaks look just delicious. Love the moulds..they look so pretty!

sklitebite@yahoo.in said...

Love the molds, these small wonders look moist and delicious!

monisha mehta said...

hey , nice blog , like it ,
won’t be nice if i u can clickover to my blog page too ,
& post some suggestion

notyet100 said...

wish u nd ur family happy navratri..:-)

Vandana Rajesh said...

they look so good and loved ur mould

Sanctified Spaces said...

Its lunch time and Im hungry and your recipe is simply mouth watering.

Biny Anoop said...

lovely recipe......where did u get that mould from...its sooo handy....modaks really looking good!!!

Srivalli said...

I am glad that all of you liked those moulds..

Biny Anoop, we got this in Madras.

sowmya said...

wonderful and attractive too...loved the maker...

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