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Tasty Food Mani kozukotai (South Indian traditional breakfast dish) Nigerian Cuisine


So Yummy Mani kozukotai (South Indian traditional breakfast dish) no doubt is our favorite nigerian food. This is my secret recipe to make Mani kozukotai (South Indian traditional breakfast dish).

Mani kozukotai (South Indian traditional breakfast dish)

So Delicious Mani kozukotai (South Indian traditional breakfast dish) Nigerian Dish

You can have Mani kozukotai (South Indian traditional breakfast dish) in 12 ingredients and only 4 steps. Here is cooking guidance how you can easily make it.

Ingredients

1 You need 1 of and 5 tablespoons of water.
2 Approximately 1 cup of rice flour.
3 It’s 1/2 cup of coconut.
4 Approximately 2 of green chilli.
5 About 1/2 cup of coriander leaves.
6 You need of Hing as per taste.
7 Prepare of Salt as per taste.
8 About of For.
9 Approximately 2 teaspoon of Oil.
10 Prepare 1/2 tsp of Mustard seeds.
11 Take 1/2 teaspoon of Chana dal.
12 Take 1/2 teaspoon of Urad dhal.

Cooking Instructions

Step 1 To make the dough first boil water and add salt to it then switch of the flame and slowly incorporate the rice flour to it by pouring in one hand and stirring in the other.. note salt added to the water is salt for the rice flour so add accordingly. Stir without lumps and make a dough..
Step 2 Then take a wide plate grease it with oil and take little oil in a cup to keep greasing your palms. When the dough is warm grease your palms and your finger tips and make balls. Once you have done all the dough steam it for 15 mins do not put whistle..
Step 3 Cool then in a deep kadai add oil for tadka and add mustard seeds chanadhal urad dhal and hing.. let it splutter. Then add the steams rice flour dumpling and stir it with the tadka for 1 min..
Step 4 Grind coconut green chilli and coriander and add it to the rice flour dumpling and serve. It does not require any side dish..
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