Posted by: Sahaja | May 14, 2009

Coconut Rice/Kobbari Annam – Guest Post :)

This is an entry to my own event which I got from one of my best buddies online…Sailaja Aunty! I was away hence delay in mailing. But it qualifies the event coz it was sent before the deadline :)

Here is recipe in aunty’s own words!!

COCONUT RICE/ Kobbari Annam

Ingredients :
Coconut scrape – half coconut shell
cooked rice
urad dal- 2 tablespoons}
red chillies – 2 -3} fry these two seperately and grind in a mixie
for tadka/ popu:
ghee- 2 tablespoons
mustard seeds
jeera
urad dal
chana dal
split green chillies – 2-3
curry leaves
Procedure : Scrap half shell of coconut and keep it aside. fry urad dal and red chillies seperately and grind them in a mixie to make into a powder. boil the rice and keep it aside.

Take a kadai and add ghee to it and as it gets hot add mustard seeds. after they splitter, add jeera, urad dal chana dal split green chillies and curry leaves. let these fry for a min or two and then add the powder of urad dal and red chillies. fry for a min and then add the cocomut scrape and fry for a while and remove from the stove.

To this add 2 cups of boiled rice which has been cooled before and add salt to taste and mix thoroughly. that’s all. yummy coconut rice is ready to eat!!!!!!

Unfotunately the photos were not clear. but do try and see the dish for yourself :)

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  1. [...] Aunty, specially sent me the recipe of Kobbari Annam or Coconut rice . She does not have a blog but you can see the recipe by clicking on the links [which links to my [...]

  2. Sounds very divine Sahaja, thanks to Sailaja Aunty… Its very tempting after reading the post…

  3. Thats all interesting recipes..

  4. delicious rice!

  5. Coconut rice sounds delicious n mouth watering!!!
    Drop in sometime

  6. What is this jeera? I have some jeera powder (to make jaljeera to drink) – Is that ok? This coconut rice is simple to cook, but the red chillies I don’t want to buy for this alone, and I don’t have a mixie – Is that ok? Is it better to do sprout the mustard seeds in ghee than sunflower oil?? Because, I am always using sunflower oil to do the same.

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