Monthly Archives: September 2012

Paasi Payaru Pooranam recipe | Inippu Kozhukattai Pooranam Recipe | Stuffing for Sweet Modak

Paasipayaru Inippu Pooranam for Kozhukattai | Sweet Poornalu | Green-gram stuffing for Modakas This is “THE” Pooranam recipe for Modak/Kozhukattai. Sooo delicious that Lord Ganapathi might gulp in all that was offered during the puja. Better watch him stealthily during the prayers . The tummy feels so light since we are replacing kadalai paruppu (split chickpeas) with paasi payaru (green mung beans) for preparing this sweet filling. If you’re not going to believe me about this recipe, then ask Lord Ganesh if he is willing to leave to the sea after the Ganesh Utsav . Of all the Indian festivals that I like, Vinayaka Chavithi and Karthigai Deepam are my most favorite.  If Lord Vinayakar is one parameter for liking ‘Vinayak Chaturthi’, then Kozhukattai is the other main factor. I think everybody like this simple sweet delight made of steamed rice dumpling filled in with the magical flavors of coconut, jaggery… Continue reading »

Paasi Payaru Pooranam Kozhukattai | Tamilnadu Kolakattai Recipes | How to stuff and mold kozhukattai

How to stuff and mold kozhukattai – A Video If you want to make your people at home behave like angels then we need to stuff their mouth with delicious food; a food so delicious that should stop their blah-blah talks; a food so enjoyable that shuts their mouth at least for five minutes at a stretch. If you are searching for such a smart dessert that could do the job, then you’ve landed on the right platform! This sweet kozhukattai recipe does the perfect business since it keeps their mouth engaged for at least full 15 to 20 minutes non-stop! Give them just one and they’ll line up for the second, the third, the fourth and even more of these soft, sweet munchies. Their mouth will be munching each piece of these divine little modaks/kolukattais continually for at least 5 full minutes. The kozhukattai recipe which I am going to… Continue reading »

Cooking-jingalala-facebook updates

Cooking Jingalala – Important Updates

Dear Readers, Wishing you all a Very Happy Vinayagar Chaturthi After 20 days of absence to the recipe postings in Cooking Jingalala, happy to meet you all today. Hei hei… don’t have the idea that I’m a shameful lazy food blogger who does not have any courtesy to post even a single special recipe for the festival. My family and me were busy for 3 full weeks 🙂 Though I did not get time to post various Vinayaga chaturti festival recipes I thought I will make a small and quick “Pillayar Chatthurthi Greeting Video” for all my Readers. More updates below… Other Updates…. Readers! You might have given a ‘LIKE’ for your favorite FaceBook pages. If you need a continuous feed of your liked pages (including GoJingalala) in the future, then just do this one step.  Go to your favorite or fan page. e.g. https://www.facebook.com/GoJingalala. Click and do a mouse-over the… Continue reading »