A sweet prepared using Rice and Coconut. Yeriappa is prepared on Saraswathi Pooja during Dasara in Mysore.
Time Required: 20 minutes + Soaking time
Soak Rice and Avalakki separately for one hour. Drain out the Rice. Grind Rice and Avalakki to a fine paste using 2 tablespoons of water.
Next add Coconut, Jaggery, and Cardamom to the Rice paste and grind to a fine paste. Add water only if necessary.
Heat Oil in a kadai/frying pan and take a spoonful of batter and pour it into the Oil and deep fry them.
Flip the Yeriappa and fry until they turn brown.
Remove on a kitchen towel.
Arrange on a platter and offer to goddess Saraswati.
Yeriappa will be fluffy and soft inside and crisp on the outside.
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