Mom's Kakka Orotti | Steamed Mini Rice Dumplings in Roasted Coconut Sauce Chicken Gravy

What is Kakka You are invited to the Inlinkz link birthday celebration!?

Kakka is a Malayalam word for clams and You are invited to the Inlinkz link birthday celebration! is flatbread dough that is made with ground rice. It is known by many other names like kakka rotti, aanapathal, pidi, aanaorotti, kunjipathal, undio, pinde, etc. The difference in name is largely depending on the region of origin in the southern state of India - mostly Kerala and coastal Karnataka. They are known differently and also are made differently except that all of it uses rice for the balls, are steam cooked and are folded into a prepared curry with meat or seafood.

Steamed rice dumplings that we name Kakka You are invited to the Inlinkz link birthday celebration! is soaked in a rich gravy of hen this is made with coconut sauce with the trace of Malabar garam masala is my heaven on a plate.

1 cup sparkling grated coconut

Kakka You are invited to the Inlinkz link birthday celebration! is a real Moplah dish that is widely known as a staple and also as a unique occasion meals. Back home, this dish brings all of the ladies of the house collectively in the kitchen, each contributing to rolling the dumplings even as catching up with the today's neighbourhood information. I do not forget as a child looking my aunts and grandmas with oiled palms rolling the kakkarotti whilst steadily speakme and giggling collectively! A scene this is less generic nowadays so I do not know if this culture will keep with our era... ??

1 cup sparkling grated coconut

me making sense of my mom's WhatsApp voice messages 😁

Kakka You are invited to the Inlinkz link birthday celebration! Ingredients

Today I am sharing a big batch of Kakka You are invited to the Inlinkz link birthday celebration! which should feed 4 to 5 foodies as I had planned to share with my neighbours. All thanks to my mom! The number of times I demanded my mom to explainpacha ari andpuzhungal ariwould have made any teacher send me out of the class. 😂Recently,  I starred all those voice messages on WhatsApp so that I can go back and listen again when in doubt. :-)

For Kakka You are invited to the Inlinkz link birthday celebration!, you'll need:

  • par-boiled rice (ponni rice)
  • freshly grated coconut
  • fennel seeds
  • onions
  • rice flour

And you can make the chicken or red meat or even mutton gravy with coconut sauce with the equal recipe.

1 cup sparkling grated coconut

How to make Moplah fashion Kakka You are invited to the Inlinkz link birthday celebration!?

Ensure you have got sufficient time or a supporting hand. You can divide the tasks among two days too.

  1. Prepare the rice dough
  2. Make the balls (as described in the recipe) and steam them in batches, while steaming-
  3. Roast the ingredients for coconut sauce and make a paste, while roasting-
  4. Prep the ingredients for the chicken curry
  5. Prepare the chicken gravy
  6. Fold in the steamed Kakka orotti

You can steam a batch of kakka orottis and refrigerate them in an hermetic field and use as and if you have some Steamed Mini Rice Dumplings in Roasted Coconut Sauce Chicken Gravy

1 cup sparkling grated coconut

1 cup sparkling grated coconut

1 cup sparkling grated coconut

1 cup sparkling grated coconut

1 cup sparkling grated coconut

1 and half cup water (approx)

1 and half cup water (approx)

1 and half cup water (approx)

For the floor coconut paste:

For the floor coconut paste:

For the floor coconut paste:

For the floor coconut paste:

water to make a clean paste

water to make a clean paste

water to make a clean paste

1 and half cup water (approx)

water to make a clean paste

2 massive onion, sliced finely

2 massive onion, sliced finely

2 massive onion, sliced finely

2 teaspoon purple chilli powder

2 teaspoon purple chilli powder

2 teaspoon purple chilli powder

2 teaspoon purple chilli powder

half teaspoon turmeric powder

half teaspoon turmeric powder

850gms to 1kg complete skinless chicken, curry cut

Soak the rice in sufficient just hot water and cover and keep for an hourDrain and grind the rice at the side of grated coconut, onion chunks, fennel seeds, salt and water to a coarse and grainy aggregate that isn't too clean however now not too grainy either. Do it in batches if required.Transfer the aggregate right into a bowl and begin adding rice flour grade by grade until you could make the aggregate into a non-sticky dough. You have to be capable of pinch a touch and make balls that do not disintegrate or sticky. (Cover and keep it until wanted)

Soak the rice in sufficient just hot water and cover and keep for an hourDrain and grind the rice at the side of grated coconut, onion chunks, fennel seeds, salt and water to a coarse and grainy aggregate that isn't too clean however now not too grainy either. Do it in batches if required.Transfer the aggregate right into a bowl and begin adding rice flour grade by grade until you could make the aggregate into a non-sticky dough. You have to be capable of pinch a touch and make balls that do not disintegrate or sticky. (Cover and keep it until wanted)

For the floor coconut paste:

Soak the rice in sufficient just hot water and cover and keep for an hourDrain and grind the rice at the side of grated coconut, onion chunks, fennel seeds, salt and water to a coarse and grainy aggregate that isn't too clean however now not too grainy either. Do it in batches if required.Transfer the aggregate right into a bowl and begin adding rice flour grade by grade until you could make the aggregate into a non-sticky dough. You have to be capable of pinch a touch and make balls that do not disintegrate or sticky. (Cover and keep it until wanted)

Soak the rice in sufficient just hot water and cover and keep for an hourDrain and grind the rice at the side of grated coconut, onion chunks, fennel seeds, salt and water to a coarse and grainy aggregate that isn't too clean however now not too grainy either. Do it in batches if required.Transfer the aggregate right into a bowl and begin adding rice flour grade by grade until you could make the aggregate into a non-sticky dough. You have to be capable of pinch a touch and make balls that do not disintegrate or sticky. (Cover and keep it until wanted)

Soak the rice in sufficient just hot water and cover and keep for an hourDrain and grind the rice at the side of grated coconut, onion chunks, fennel seeds, salt and water to a coarse and grainy aggregate that isn't too clean however now not too grainy either. Do it in batches if required.Transfer the aggregate right into a bowl and begin adding rice flour grade by grade until you could make the aggregate into a non-sticky dough. You have to be capable of pinch a touch and make balls that do not disintegrate or sticky. (Cover and keep it until wanted)

Prepare the mini steamed rice dumplings dough:

  1. Soak the rice in enough just hot water and cover and keep for an hour
  2. Drain and grind the rice along with grated coconut, onion chunks, fennel seeds, salt and water to a coarse and grainy mixture that is not too smooth but not too grainy either. Do it in batches if required.
  3. Transfer the mixture into a bowl and start adding rice flour little by little until you can make the mixture into a non-sticky dough. You should be able to pinch a little and make balls that don't fall apart or sticky. (Cover and keep it until needed)

Grease your steamer vessels lightly with oilWhen you're prepared to put together the kaka orottis, rub each your arms and hands with oil and take a handful of the dough, roll it between your palms into a log form. Keep the log-fashioned dough in your left hand cupped in palms and pinch a small element and roll in into a ball on the left-hand palm. Press it gently inside the middle to make a dent and preserve them on the pan.Repeat this till the steamer pan is full of these dumplings.Steam cook dinner on a medium flame for 15 to 20 minutes or till finished.Transfer them to a container and hold coveredRepeat till all the dough is used up.Keep apart till wished. (At this factor you can refrigerate the steamed dumplings in case you intend to use subsequent day)

  1. Grease your steamer vessels lightly with oil
  2. When you are ready to prepare the kaka orottis, rub both your palms and fingers with oil and take a handful of the dough, roll it between your hands into a log shape. Keep the log-shaped dough on your left hand cupped in fingers and pinch a small portion and roll in into a ball on the left-hand palm. Press it lightly in the middle to make a dent and keep them on the pan.
  3. Repeat this until the steamer pan is filled with these dumplings.
  4. Steam cook on a medium flame for 15 to 20 minutes or until done.
  5. Transfer them to a container and keep covered
  6. Repeat until all of the dough is used up.
  7. Keep aside until needed. (At this point you can refrigerate the steamed dumplings if you intend to use next day)

Heat oil in a wide frying panAdd raw rice and saut? Until rice puffs upAdd fennel seeds and grated coconut and saut? Again till the coconut starts offevolved turning goldenLet it cool and then grind with water to make it into a easy pasteKeep aside

  1. Heat oil in a wide frying pan
  2. Add raw rice and sauté until rice puffs up
  3. Add fennel seeds and grated coconut and sauté again until the coconut starts turning golden
  4. Let it cool and then grind with water to make it into a smooth paste
  5. Keep aside

Heat oil in a large enough curry pot (this will be the pot where you'll add the steamed kakka orotti so make certain you operate the proper size wherein you may stir and fold easily)Add the curry leaves at the side of chopped onions and saut? Until goldenAdd ginger-garlic paste and saute for couple more minutes or till the raw smell fadesNow, add the chopped tomatoes and prepare dinner for few minutes until the whole lot comes togetherYou can cover and cook at this point if it's far too dryLower the flame and upload all the spice powders - chilli powder, coriander powder and turmeric powder and saut? For couple extra minutesNow, upload the washed and tired chook portions and stir nicely.Add enough water, season with salt and cowl and cook until chook is completely cooked.?(open and stir once in a while to save you burning)Add the prepared coconut paste and bring to boil while stirring wellNow, upload some extra curry leaves and a terrific dash of garam masalaGently fold inside the steamed rice kakka orottisFold till all of the cash are coated with the gravyCover and prepare dinner on very low flame for 5 to 10 minutesSwitch off and serve warm for lunch or dinner

  1. Heat oil in a big enough curry pot (this will be the pot where you will add the steamed kakka orotti so ensure you use the right size where you can stir and fold comfortably)
  2. Add the curry leaves along with chopped onions and sauté until golden
  3. Add ginger-garlic paste and saute for couple more minutes or until the raw smell fades
  4. Now, add the chopped tomatoes and cook for few minutes until everything comes together
  5. You can cover and cook at this point if it is too dry
  6. Lower the flame and add all the spice powders - chilli powder, coriander powder and turmeric powder and sauté for couple more minutes
  7. Now, add the washed and drained chicken pieces and stir well.
  8. Add enough water, season with salt and cover and cook until chicken is completely cooked. (open and stir occasionally to prevent burning)
  9. Add the prepared coconut paste and bring to boil while stirring well
  10. Now, add some more curry leaves and a good dash of garam masala
  11. Gently fold in the steamed rice kakka orottis
  12. Fold until all the coins are coated with the gravy
  13. Cover and cook on very low flame for 5 to 10 minutes
  14. Switch off and serve hot for lunch or dinner

1 cup sparkling grated coconut

Sharing this recipe as part of the MFB undertaking that announced its remaining and very last undertaking! We have been given the choice to select any of the beyond demanding situations so I chose "Your preferred Mom's food". I suppose all my favourites of mother's food is already at the blog however does not suit hers. ??

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