Haalubai


My recent addition to cookery books is one on Udipi cuisine and this is the first recipe I tried..

Ingredients

2 cups raw rice
1 cup grated coconut
3 cups grated jaggery
Pinch of salt
1 tsp cardamom powder

Soak the rice for half and hour and drain out the water. Grind it along with coconut and salt to a thin paste.

Heat the jaggery with little water and once it melts completely, add the paste to it and keep stirring to get a big lump. Add cardamom powder and transfer to a greased plate. Cut into pieces once cool.

This Udipi special sweet is off to Sia for her RCI:Udipi and Mangalore cuisine event, the series started by Lakshmi


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13 comments:

Parita said...

Hallubai sweet looks good..never heard of it before..new to me..

Happy cook said...

I have neve rhad this, looks yumm, in cochin there was this delicious udipi place were we used to go for food, and always it was really yumm.

Padma said...

A very new recipe... looks yummy :)

Sanctified Spaces said...

I have had this sweet in Mysore,when I was in High School from my classmate's tiffin box.I tasted it and she told me it was Halbai.It was so yummy,I asked her how it was done,she apparently made it out of wheat.Anyways thanx for this post.I must give it a try.

notyet100 said...

this is new for me,..looks yum,..i guess u can send this to mithai mela,..

n33ma said...

My grandmom makes something like this....yum yum!

Superchef said...

looks delicious. The rice flour, coconut and jaggery mix somehow gives me the feeling of lot many other sweets with the same combo but ive never had this one before!

meeso said...

That must taste yummy :)

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Yummy and a quick dosweet... looks cute i those square shape...

luckysanjana said...

Hallubai.........is that a name you came up with yourself..........never heard of it.........but im sure it tastes good anything that has cocounut and cardamom in it cant fail.

Suparna said...

Hi EC,
I love this sweet...yummmm mouthwatering

Ashwini said...

Wow that looks yumm. This is new to me. YUmmm

Valarmathi said...

New to me. Simple and quick recipe. Looks yummy.

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