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Peanut sweet kozhukattai - peanut sweet stuffed kolukattai - peanut sweet madakam recipe - Simple Pooja, naivedyam, Festival recipes

I love kolukattai esp on Ganesha chathurti / Pillayar Chaturthi I literally live on kolukattai. You can vary the stuffing to create new and interesting recipes. Peanut is one of our family favourite. Anything with peanut disappears very fast. My 1st son who is not a big fan of Indian sweet other than Mysore pak. I am in search for some sweet which he likes..So I was hoping that this one will be one of it.. Thank god he loved it. I guess it is because of Peanut

Ingredients
For outer layer
Rice Flour / Idiyappam flour - 1/2 cup
Salt per taste
Water as needed
Oil - 1.5 teaspoon

For Stuffing


Peanuts- 3/4 cup ( I have used White one)

Coconut - 1/4 cupJaggery - 1/2 to 3/4 cup ( I have used 1/2 cup)
Cardamom powder - 1/4 teaspoon

Method


For stuffing

Dry roast the peanut and remove the skin. 
Using food processor or blender grind to coarse powder. Keep it aside. Dry roast coconut
Add Jaggery and 1/4 cup. Stir continuously till the mixture is thick. Add Grinded peanut powder, cardamom powder 
Stir till it roll like a ball. Switch it off. Divide it to small balls. keep it aside.
For Outer layer
Combine the rice flour and salt in a wide bowl. Boil water
Add boiling water little by little  to the flour, mix very well with a spatula / spoon and make a soft dough. When it is cool down slightly and can handle knead it for few mins and make a smooth pliable dough. Apply oil and close it with wet cloth till you need it
Assembling Kozhukattai / Kolukattai
Grease your hand with oil and take small lemon size of rice flour dough and flatten it and keep the peanut stuffing and fold it and seal it as shown in the pics. Prepare the all the kolukattai. Arrange it in idli plate or steamer 
Steam it for 10 - 12 mins. Once cooked the kozhukattai will be shinny and color will change too..
Now it is ready to be offered to god / or enjoy as snack



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9 comments:

  1. wow I love that peanut filling! What kind of rice flour did you use?

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    1. Angie I hv used Puttu mayam (Baba Idiyappam flour)

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  2. Modak looks perfect ...Actually I made the same modak with peanut filling two days back...pillaiyar statue at the back are really nice

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  3. I have never used peanut filling..this is inviting ..should try this

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  4. Thought of preparing this yesterday after seeing this i am really tempted ..Too creamy and very healthy kolukattai veena.

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  5. Tempting dear.. Love the peanut pooranam!!

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