A dish prepared using beaten rice. The taste is sweet, sour and spicy. This dish is prepared during festivals as offerings to gods.
Time Required: 30 Minutes
4Cups thick Avalakki/Beaten Rice
3tbsp Grated Jaggery
2Cups thin Tamarind Juice
4tsp Sarina Pudi/Rasam Powder
4tsp Sesame Seeds
3tbsp Dry Coconut, Grated
Salt to Taste
For the Seasoning:
2tsp Mustard Seeds
1/2tsp Turmeric Powder
Few Curry Leaves
A pinch of Hing/Asafoetida
Grind Avalakki to a coarse powder and remove to a mixing bowl. To this add
Tamarind Juice, Jaggery, Rasam Powder and Salt and mix well using hands.
Let it stand for 30 to 40 minutes. Dry roast Sesame Seeds and powder it and keep aside.
Now heat Oil in a pan and and add Groundnuts and Mustard Seeds. When the Mustard Seeds starts to splutter add Turmeric Powder, Asfoetida and Curry leaves. Add this to the Avalakki mixture along with Coconut and Sesame Seeds powder. Mix well and serve Huli Avalakki.