Monday, April 23, 2012

Pumpkin Ada/Mathanga Ada Using Semolina/Steamed Pumpkin Appam


Ingredients:-
Pumpkin/Mathanaga,cut into medium pieces-2 cup
Roasted Rice flour-1/2 cup
Roasted Semolina-1 cup
Coconut slices-1/4 cup
Cardamom powder-1/2 tsp
Jaggery-1 cup
Salt-a pinch

Directions:-

·         Pressure cook pumpkin with enough water till becomes soft. Remove lid and mash the pulp well.


·         Melt jaggery in a heavy bottom pan.
·         Take a bowl and add the rice flour, rava, coconut slices, cardamom powder, salt, mashed pumpkin and mix well enough to form soft dough.


·         Places small amount on each leaf and wrap well.

·         Steam it for about 20-30 minutes.



Serve warm with tea.Enjoy




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37 comments:

  1. Love this, Looks yummy
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  2. Thanks for dropping by my blog... :D

    I am sold with anything wrap in banana leaf... looks delicious :D

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  3. Wow! very new to me....excellent recipe :)

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  4. wow, this is so new to me, pumpking in ada sounds great, looks yum dear :)

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  5. this is something very very new to me...........it looks so interesting,nd cooked in a banana leaf..super!

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  6. Wow...Appam looks so delicious.......I can taste them through the clicks...lovely clicks dear.

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  8. such a new things! i am always amazed by the different things u do :)

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  9. wow..this looks amazing..must have tasted divine..wonderful recipe dear!!

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  10. Looks so yumm!! Wonderful combo and sure would have tasted good too.

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  11. Lovely recipe..healthy and delicious..going to try it out soon

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  12. I feel like going home for having all this,... ur recipes are making me nostalgic

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  13. Wow..loved these pumpkin Adas!

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  14. Innovative recipe,sounds healthy and delicious..

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  15. Great idea, sounds very interesting. Fantastic recipe! Thanks for joining my blog and I am happy to follow you back :)

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  16. Delicious Ada...can smell the taste of the Ada wrapped in banana leaf :)

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  17. WOw wat a super delicious ada,wish you send me some..

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  18. hey..Appam looks so delicious...ur just awesum dear

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  19. Excellent dish, I love pumpkin, it gives such a great taste to most dishes.

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  20. This is very new to me, looks very delicious..

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  21. very new n interesting Ada...looks so delicious n tempting...

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  22. I would love to sample these with my tea!! I've never heard of these before...always something new and delicious when I stop in to visit~

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  23. looks so flavorful and authentic.

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  24. Wow, this recipe is really very tempting. Never tried using pumpkin like this!
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  25. wonderful recipe..must be very delicious too..very inviting!!

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  26. very delicious ADA....you made it very nicely..thanks for sharing

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  27. nice healthy ada...you could send this to my kerala kitchen event

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  28. wow.. new dish to me.. looks really good

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  29. This is totally new to me looks so good and filling.

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  30. Gorgeous!!I remember having this a long time ago in India!Would love to try this recipe!I can never find banana leaves here in NJ though :(

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