Monday, April 16, 2012

Uppu Urundai ( Steamed Rice Dumplings)

Uppu urundai is a healthy snack.My mom used to prepare and give it for us ,when we return from school.Since this is steamed ,it can be considered as a guilt free snack.We can have it with any chutney,but I prefer to have it simply.My mom reminded this recipe,when she came here and prepared it.This dish gave me some nostalgic memories.

Ingredients:
For grinding :
1.Parboiled rice - 1 cup
2.Water             - as required

For tempering:
1.Oil                  -     1 tbsp
2.Mustard seeds -     1/4 tsp
3.Urad dal          -       1/2 tsp
4.Chana dal         -     1/2 tsp
5.Red chillies        -    5
6.Curry leaves      -    few
7.Cilantro             -    few

Method:
* Wash and soak the rice for 2 to 3 hours.
* Drain the water and grind it ,like idli batter.Let the batter be bit coarse..
* Take a pan,add oil and splutter with tempering ingredients except cilantro.
* Now add the grinded rice batter and mix it.

* Keep the stove in medium,the batter will start getting firm as shown in the picture.
* Turn off the stove,when the mixture is non sticky .
* We can also check the consistancy by taking it in hand and it should be rounded into a ball.
* Add cilantro and mix it.
* Cool the mixture completely.After 10 mins,roll the mixture into small balls.
* Steam the rice dumplings in a idli cooker.
* Serve with any chutney.

Sending this to Heirloom recipes ,hosted by Saras's kitchen and started by Kalyani of  "Sizzling tastebuds"




21 comments:

S.Menaga said...

மறந்துபோன கிராமத்து சமையலை ஞாபகபடுத்தியமைக்கு நன்றி சவிதா!!

Saras said...

Thanks Savitha for linking to the event and its a healthy snack hides lot of childhood memories.

Saras

Kitchen Chronicles ~ Heirloom Recipes

Vimitha Anand said...

My hubbys favorite... Looks so yummy

ANU said...

wow very nice...may be now i should try this! Thanks for sharing!

Kalyani said...

wow very healthy snack .. yummy .........

R said...

looks healthy and delicious! love it.

Aruna Manikandan said...

Healthy and delicious snack :)

Mano Saminathan said...

Thanks for sharing this traditional uppu urundai recipe! Uppu urundai looks delicious! A very nice photograph indeed!!

Santosh Bangar said...

gr8 recipe .healthy breakfast

Jay said...

wow..that looks incredibly tempting

Tasty Appetite

Priya said...

Yum yum,feel like having some..romba naalachu saapitu..

maha said...

lovely!.can imagine the taste.......must be really really good.

GEETHA ACHAL said...

அம்மா இரண்டு வாரத்திற்கு ஒரு முறையாவது இதனை செய்து கொடுத்துவிடுவாங்க...எனக்கும் இந்த உப்பு உருண்டை ரொம்பவும் பிடிக்கும்..

ரொம்ப சூப்பராக இருக்கின்றது...

ramya anand said...

Very authentice recipe..Thanx for sharing

Asiya Omar said...

உப்பு உருண்டை பேரு புதுசாக இருக்கு.நல்லாயிருக்கு சவீதா.

Now Serving said...

Savi, you are back!!!! welocme dear missed you and this post is making me drool - have got to make these this weekend!!! HOpe you baby is doing great - blessings to the little ones - Priya

Ramya said...

This one is one of my fav:-) My mom makes it often as tea time snack! Bookmarked! I have to make it next weekend!!
Thank you for visiting my space and leaving such lovely words! You have a good collection here. Glad to follow u

Shanthi said...

Super yum and makes me drool

Spice up the Curry said...

these dumplings looks amazing

Prathap said...

authentic recipe.tried it comes out very well.added coconut pieces too..
thanks for recepie

savitha ramesh said...

Prathap.thank u for trying .Yes uthentic recipes will never fail.

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