Sunday, July 12, 2009

Rice Balls Bean Sundal :)


Sundal is a super good south Indian snack item. Navarathiri celebrations are well known for the varieties of sundal that people make for the deity. :)

This rice ball bean sundal is my all time favorite. I love it for the tangy taste of it.

The rice flour balls are a dish by itself that would absolutely attract the kids. The shape and the salty taste of it would be the best of most. :)


Ingredients:

Field Bean(Mochai) - 1 cup
Rice flour - 1 cup
Water - 1 1/4 cups
Green Chilly - 5

Coconut - 1 tbsp
Mustard - 1/2 tsp

Asafoetida(perungayam) - a pinch
Salt - for taste
Lemon extract - 1 tsp
Curry leaves

Coriander leaves




Method:

Cook bean in pressure pan and keep it aside.

Boil 1 1/4 cups of water adding a little salt to it. When it boils, simmer the flame and add the rice flour stirring it constantly. See to it that it does not form lumps. Now switch off the flame and leave the vessel closed for around ten min. Then
sprinkle some water over it and kneed the dough to make it smooth.

Roll it into small balls and place them on a well greased plate and pressure cook it for 15 min.

These white rice balls alone can be the best snack for kids.

Now grind coconut, green chillies, asafoetida and salt together.

Take a pan and add 2 spoons of oil to it and crackle the mustard. Add the curry leaves, cooked bean and the ground paste to it and fry for a while. Now add the white rice flour balls to it and saute for two min. Finally add lemon extract and coriander leaves to it and saute well.

Rice balls bean sundal is ready to serve. :)


I am sending this recipe to Shruthi's Steamed treats event. :)




Written by:
Nithya
post your queries to fourthsensesamayal@gmail.com

24 comments:

ARUNA said...

those beans r looking so cute in that glass!!!

Sandhya said...

You can use these rice balls separately also.. :) just add coconut and mustard. tastes yum!

Parita said...

Wow thats interesting sundal, love the clicks dear, they look fantastic!

Priya said...

WOww wat a brilliant idea Nithya!!very creative!

arti agarwal said...

very nice snack

Ann said...

Well,they are rice balls or snow balls ? Truly yummy and mindblowing there..

Shama Nagarajan said...

healthy delicious sundal

Sargunan said...

Sundal.. Oh I love them and thanks for telling how to prepare it.

Hari Chandana said...

WOW!!!!!!
Rice balls Looks sooo delicious.... lovely snaps..thanks for sharing!!!

Shri said...

It looks absolutely fantastic!I am a South Indian, from Andhra and have no idea what Sundal is!This looks like Rasagulla to me:D.

Ann said...

Lovely and very creative idea dear.. such a beautiful pic:)

Prathibha said...

Nice sundal with riceballs..looks yummy

Kalaivani said...

What a creative idea?I never tried rice balls with sundal.

Sailaja said...

nice click...

Valarmathi said...

Very nice snack. Looks so lovely.

VineelaSiva said...

Wow nice sundal.This is new to me.The rice balls we did payasam for vinayaka chavithi only.This time i will try this.

Mangala Bhat said...

wow! new recipe ..Lovely pics

Pavithra said...

Hi nithya.. looks delicious.. Its my fav too...Nice clicks nithi...I liked the second pic so much ..

Sanghi said...

Including rice balls in sundal is a different idea..! Delicious like sno balls,.! Yummy!

Preeti Singh said...

wowwww so different.....this dish have magnetic property and is pulling me towards it..

Preeti said...

wowwww so different.....this dish have magnetic property and is pulling me towards it..

Anuradha said...

YummmmmmmmmmmY... Its sooo tempting nithi...

rekhas kitchen said...

nice and healthy recipe we call this as chinni palaram but we use moong dal for this piled beans is new to me looks great.

Tei said...

Hey Nithya hi... this is Shruthi here....
can the rice dough also be prepared thru a food processor and then the small balls be steamed???

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