Friday, February 12, 2010

Haalu Baayi(Manni)/Milk and Rice Cake

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Ingredients:
1 cup raw rice
1cup milk
3/4 cup jaggery/brown sugar
1tsp elaichi/cardamom powder
1 pinch salt
2tbs gee
1 tsp coconut (optional)

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METHOD:
1) Wash and soak the rice for 1/2 an hour,grind this adding little water /milk to make a fine paste.

2) Then add remaining milk,jaggery,elaichi powder and pinch of salt,mix it well.

3) In a thick bottom pan pour this thin batter and stir continuously for 40-50 minutes .

4) When batter leaves the side of the pan,transfer this in to the greased plate and spread it evenly using flat steel spoon.

5)Allow it to cool and cut it in to squres .Garnish with coconut and serve with gee .Enjoi!!:D.

30 comments:

munchcrunchandsuch said...

as much as the ingredients sound common, the method and output is defntly new to me. looks golden and nice

Parita said...

This is totally new to me, looks very inviting

Prathibha said...

We make somethig similar 2 dis wid sugar dear...looks really gr8

Khaugiri said...

sounds interesting!!!!! Really tempting:)

LG said...

Delicious! wonderful click kanri

Sushma Mallya said...

Something Different & nice...

kitchen queen said...

lovely sweet dish, entirely new to me but worth trying.

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

Yum! looks so good. Very unique!

Priya said...

Wow this rice dessert looks incredible, very neat and new dish..

Vrinda said...

Very new to me..nice one with simple ingredients...

Pari said...

That's a LOT OF MUSCLE POWER..looks grear dear. Happy V day.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Very new to me,sounds easy too! Looks sinful Mangala!

Sush said...

wow!!, we prepare haalubayi mostly using kaayi halu (coconut milk). Thanks for sharing & such a fabulous click Mangala!

shanthi said...

Never heard of this. Sounds interesting and quick

DEESHA said...

this is one of my fave sweets. looks yumm

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

The rice cakes look very tempting and wickedly delicious!!! Slurrp Slurrp!!!

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Suparna said...

hi Mangala,
Nice to visit u after a long time :) I had seen this recipe in a couple of cookery shows ..manli madill kasht andukondidde, neevu yeshtu saralavagi recipe kottiddiri vomme try madtene :)
TC

Mangala Bhat said...

Thanks Evry!

Jagruti said...

Pics looks soooooooooo beautiful...yummy and mouthwatering dish...totally new for me..

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

never heard of this.. but surely looks very inviting.

Padhu said...

Sounds interesting!
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Valarmathi said...

Looks wonderful and yummy...

Lena Rashmin Raj said...

Im droolinghere Mangalu...this is awesome.. wish to have it right now.. :(

Padhu said...

Wow looks so tempting.
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Usha said...

What an intriguing dish, looks delicious !

Babli said...

Wish you and your family a very Happy Holi.

shahana said...

Looks really really yummm!

Fathima said...

Wow.. such a yummy cake.. new to me... nice presentation...

Supriya Nair said...

The Haalu Baayi looks very delectable. Luv the color. Nice click.

CHAITRA said...

Would like to have a bite mangala.....