Menthya Jolada Mudde Recipe - Methi & Jowar Balls Recipe
Healthy North Karnataka specialty made with Jowar Flour and methi leaves is a must try recipe. Serve with sambar or any other curry of your choice for a wholesome meal.
Menthya Jolada Mudde Recipe - Methi & Jowar Balls Recipe is one of traditional, dish from North Karnataka which may not be known to many. It is a twist to regular ragi mudde recipe that is a common inclusion in Kitchens of Karnataka and Andhra. If you love to include healthy millets to your diet then you should be thinking of using jowar, and give this jolada mudde a try too. It super simple to make and delicious too.
Here are more recipes to make with healthy jowar
- Jolada Roti Recipe (Jowar Bhakri)
- Jolada Ganji Recipe (Jowar Savoury Porridge)
- Jowar Dhani Chivda Recipe
- Vegetable Jowar Upma Recipe (Gluten Free Diet)
- 1 cup Jowar Flour (Sorghum)
- 1 cup Methi Leaves (Fenugreek Leaves) , finely chopped
- 1 teaspoon Salt
- 2 teaspoons Cooking oil
- 1 cup Water , and few tablespoons more
- 1 teaspoon Ghee
How to make Menthya Jolada Mudde Recipe - Methi & Jowar Balls Recipe
To begin making the Menthya Jolada Mudde Recipe - Methi & Jowar Balls Recipe, in a deep bottom saucepan, boil water. When the water starts to boil, add salt and oil and mix well.
Now add the jowar flour to the boiling water, cover and let it simmer for about 2 minutes.
After 2 minutes using a strong wooden ladle, mix the flour from the middle vigorously until no lumps are left and continue to cook for about a minute.
Add finely chopped fenugreek leaves and mix. Keep mixing for about 3-4 minutes till the mixture forms a lump.
You’ll know it’s cooked with you touch the mudde mix it should not stick to your fingers.
Once done turn off the heat, cover and leave it for a minute.
Grease a clean dry plate with ghee. Grease your palm with ghee and transfer a few spoons of the mix on to the plate and start mixing and bringing the ball together until you get a smooth ball and serve.
Repeat for all the Menthya Jolada Mudde mix.
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