Kodubale was sent by Asha of Foodieshope for the Travel Food Festival event..the only changes done to the recipe was the addition of a little butter to the dough and making of smaller kodubales.


1 cup rice flour
1/2 cup rava
1/2 cup wheat flour
Salt to taste
3 tbsp smoking hot oil
1 tsp cooking butter
Oil to fry

Masala to grind-

1/4 cup dry coconut powder
2 red chillies
1 tsp white sesame seeds
1 tsp cumin seeds

Add the masala to the flours and rava. Add salt, butter and mix well. Add the smoking hot oil to it and little bit of water to get a soft dough.

Keep covered for 15 minutes. Make small balls of it and roll them out into thick threads. Join the two ends of it and press well at the joints.

Keep ready all the kodubales ready this way. Fry these on hot oil in medium flame till it is cooked well and turns golden brown in colour.

Cool and store in an air-tight container.

Sending this over to Anisheetu for the SWC:Karnataka Event
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Priti said...

Looking yum...We always use to buy and eat these...now I have the recipe to try...cool...

Asha said...

Slurp!! :))

Curry Leaf said...

They look delicious crunchy and everything .I will try it

notyet100 said...

thy look so cute nd tasty,..wht does the name mean,.

sowmya said...

wow thats a nice entry..i love kodubales

Cham said...

Look beautiful the kodubale EC!

Madhavi said...

Kodubale look cute and delicious!!!!Great job EC.

Uma said...

Yum, these are my fav. snack to munch on any time. Thanks for the recipe EC!

LG said...

yeyeyee...yummy yum we love kodubales..nice one EC. Thanks for participating.

Illatharasi said...

Good travel food... will try this:)

Divya Vikram said...

Perfect snack with tea..

Anisheetu said...

Kadboli is looking really nice and thanks for the snacky entry... send me the mail too so that I can include it in the round up... :)

sunshinemom said...

Thanks for this recipe! I am afraid that this thing bursts if there is a mistake. Did you experience that anytime?

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