Coorg Style Kadumbuttu/Kadambuttu Recipe (Steamed Rice Balls Recipe)

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Coorg Style Kadumbuttu/Kadambuttu Recipe (Steamed Rice Balls Recipe)
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Coorg Style Kadumbuttu/Kadambuttu Recipe (Steamed Rice Balls Recipe) is a staple food in coorg which belongs to the Karnataka region. The dish is made from broken rice and coconut which is boiled till it becomes mushy and then shaped into round balls and steamed again to hold its shape. These are prepared in many of the special occasion in coorg. It is usually accompanied by Pandi Curry which is also one of the delicacy found in that region.

Serve the Coorg Style Kadumbuttu/Kadambuttu Recipe (Steamed Rice Balls Recipe) along with Chicken curry to enjoy your meal.

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Cuisine: Coorg
Course: South Indian Breakfast
Diet: Vegetarian
Prep in

0 M

Cooks in

60 M

Total in

60 M

Makes:

4 Servings

Ingredients

  • 300 grams Broken Raw Rice
  • 750 ml Water
  • 1/2 teaspoon Salt
  • 1/4 cup Fresh coconut , grated
  • 1 tablespoon Butter
  • Ghee , for kneading

How to make Coorg Style Kadumbuttu/Kadambuttu Recipe (Steamed Rice Balls Recipe)

  1. We begin making the Coorg Style Kadumbuttu/Kadambuttu Recipe (Steamed Rice Balls Recipe) by first boiling the broken rice and coconut with salt and butter in a sauce pan. Add water and let it boil in a medium heat till it becomes mushy and cooked. You can add more water if it dries up.

  2. Once the rice becomes mushy, switch off the heat and close the container with the lid and leave it for 5 minutes so that it cooks with the steam.

  3. Then later using a smasher, mash the rice coarsely, Keep a cup of ghee next to you for shaping the rice balls. Apply a teaspoon of ghee in your other hand and take a tablespoon of the rice mixture and start shaping them into round rice balls.

  4. Place the steamer on a medium heat. Keep the Dhokla pan with a plain muslin cloth or white cloth and place the shaped rice balls and wrap it completely with the cloth.

  5. Steam it for about 10 minutes or so and take out the steamed rice balls mixture and serve. 

  6. Serve the Coorg Style Kadumbuttu/Kadambuttu Recipe (Steamed Rice Balls Recipe) along with Chicken curry to enjoy your meal.

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