This is one of the traditional recipe and such a healthy recipe for you..It is such a hot hot summer here, this koozh just cools you instantly. I have many more version of koozh recipes, will share all of them soon..
Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you..
For Making Koozh:
Shallots / Sambar Onion/ Chinna Ulli – 10 chopped finely
Green Chillies – 2 chopped finely
Sour Curd or Yogurt – 1 cup or as needed
Salt to taste
Put the balls in a bowl, cover with water and leave it in fridge as long as you need.
When making koozh, take the ball, mash it lightly with your hands, pour the water in which it was soaking.
Add in curd, green chillies, salt and shallots.
Mix well, Pour this in a earthernware pot and serve.
|I measure 1 cup of pearl millet / kambu|
|Poured that into a bowl|
|i just poured little water, say around 1/4 cup|
|rubbed with my hands really well, let this sit for 5 mins|
|now take them in a blender|
|i made it like rava consistency, but you can just
crush it little
|look at the consistency|
|I got around 2 cups of pearl millet rava from the
1 cup whole millet
|take them in a bleder|
|add in 3 cups of water|
|It will be bit runny at this stage,
but as soon it cools it will get thick
|i like to add little salt in my sadam|
|i poured it into a large plate to cool down faster|
|dip your hands in water|
|take a healthy portion of this millet mix|
|shape it into ball|
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