I got this recipe from my aunt for rosematta rice. As I didnot have them, I tried with the brown rice & it tasted great. The advantage of using boiled rice/brown rice (as told to me) is, they are easy to handle than the sona masoori or any other polished white rice.
Soaking time: 6-8 hours
Cooking time: 45mins (includes steaming time too)
Preparation time: 20mins
Brown rice: 3 cups
Grated coconut: 3 tbsp (fresh or frozen)
Salt: According to taste
Coconut oil: 1 tbsp (or any other cooking oil)
- Soak the brown rice in sufficient water for 6-8 hours.Drain the water.
- Grind the brown rice & coconut together to make a smooth batter (Brown rice should be broken to small rava consistency). Batter should be like a thick milkshake (normal dosa batter consistency).
- Scoop out the batter to a thick bottomed vessel, add coconut oil & salt to it. Cook the batter on a medium heat, stirring continuously. The batter will thicken a become a big single mass (Takes around 8-10mins). Small lumps may be formed, keep breaking them & mixing. Once the batter is cooked, turn off the heat.
- Start making medium lemon sized balls using the batter. Keep dipping your hands in ice cold water. Note that the balls have to be made when the rice mixture is hot.
- Place the prepared balls in a steamer & steam the balls for 25-30mins on medium heat.
- Remove the balls from the steamer, allow it to cool for 3-5mins & serve it hot/warm with a side dish of your choice. Kadalabele chutney/Gram dal chutney is a great combination for this dish.
This looks yummy!!ReplyDelete
looks nice...never had this..I make something similar wid rice rava...ReplyDelete
Yummy and healthy breakfast..dumplings looks invitingReplyDelete
Wat a healthy dumplings..looks soo cute..ReplyDelete
Looks really good. We make a similar dish but add the balls to a liquid base made by diluting the same batter in some water. This version looks yummy too :)ReplyDelete
drooolworthy and yummilicious.ReplyDelete
looks nice, have never tasted or made this before but seems really healthy and delicious...ReplyDelete
Nanige pundi andre ishta aadare belthige akki pundi thumba ishta... It looks perfect & FAIR!!!! ;) It tastes yum too.... But u made me reminisce my Mangalore home moments.... Thanks for sharing which is a sure PRIDE.... :)ReplyDelete
Nice way to consume brown rice! A healthy one!ReplyDelete