Friday, September 6, 2013

Karupatti Pidi Kozhukattai/Palm Jaggery Sweet Dumplings

How about  making an another interesting sweet dumplings for the Ganesh chathurthi, that too with palm jaggery. During my mom's recent trip to India, she came back with some palm jaggery which am adding in my tea or coffee instead of sugar, tastewise they dont change anything but somehow none at home like this jaggery. But am ok with it, since i want to finish some leftover jaggery, i tried making this sweet dumplings with them. Palm Jaggery rich in iron, it prevents diseases like anemia and also contains essential nutrients like magnesium and potassium. Magnesium is vital for the proper functioning of the nervous systems and the potassium regulates the blood pressure and the heart functions.

It purifies the blood, prevents rheumatism and  is highly nutritious in value and plam aggery is also useful in combating problems like cough and stomach ailments like indigestion, acidity and constipation. Consumption of jaggery is useful for those who are exposed to pollution on a regular basis like industrial workers.Palm jaggery is a natural sweetner and energy food it is very rich in minerals. The benefits of palm jaggery include its ability to cleanse your body, act as a digestive agent, sweeten your food in a healthy manner, provide good amounts of minerals. Highly rich in calcium and make use of their goodness by adding constantly in your diet.Sending to my own event CWS-Rice guest hosted by Shruti Dhingra Wahi of Shurti Rasoi.


1cup Rice flour
1cup Grated palm jaggery (adjust as u desire)
1tsp Cardamom powder
1/2cup Grated coconut

Add 2cups of water to the plam jaggery, cook in simmer until its gets dissolves.

Strain this jaggery water to remove the impurities.

Bring boil this jaggery water, add the cardamom powder, grated coconut, gradually add the rice flour and cook until the mixture gets off the vessel.


Take a small ball from the dough and  press it with your fingers.

Steam cook them for 10 minutes in Idly Cooker.

Serve hot..

25 comments:

  1. Nice kolukattai........looks yum...
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  2. kozukkatais are calling me to come and taste them :) this is truly guilt free, tempting me a lot aks

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  3. How rustic the recipe looks with palm sugar in it...beautiful color and yummy festive treat!

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  4. Yummy dumplings.....i love the use of jaggery...even i bought some palm jaggery recently and m planning to use it for Ganesh Chaturthi!!

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  5. healthy kozhukattai aks... tempting... cute vinayagar idol..

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  6. i'm in love with ur ganesha idol sis :) nice clicks.. i was also planning to prepare kozhukattai with karupatti :)

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  7. Love them!!must be so flavourful!coconut and karupatti.

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  8. Looks really yummy...this is new to me.

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  9. lots of ganesh chathurthi recipes on post these days... bt ths luks entirely different
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  10. Nice and healthy kozhukattai,adding palm sugar makes it more tasty..nice click.

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  11. Wow...Priya...where did get karupatti..you are a dedicated blogger Priya!!

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  12. Adding karupatti sounds interesting,yummy dumplings.

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  13. Wow Priya this kozhukattai looks absolutely delicious.

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  14. first time seeing this, looks delicious!

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  15. very very healthy and delicious kozhukattai collection you are having in you space aks :) these looks super yummm !!

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  16. Healthy kozhukattai.... looks awesome

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  17. Lovely and very healthy pidi kozhukattai...

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  18. sum kind of healthy treat..cute luking lit ganesh(Idol)...Yummy..

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  19. healthy and delicious kozhukattai with karupatti, nice recipe akka :)

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  20. These are something new to me, haven't seen or eaten these before, but definitely looks yumm!!

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  21. What a traditional Pidi kozhukattai.. Love the color of the jaggery.

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