Jan 11, 2012

Kakka Pathiri/Kozhi pidi/Thikkidi....Steamed rice dumplings in chicken gravy




Ingredients:-

For Pidi / Dumplings

Rice powder - 1 cup ( roasted) 
Cumin seeds/jeera - 1/2 tsp
Grated coconut 1/2 cup
Small onions - 4 nos.
Water - 1.5 - 2 cup
Oil - 1 table spoon (optional)

Salto taste

For Kozhi / Chicken gravy

Chicken - 1/2 kg
Onion chopped - 2 medium
Ginger crushed - a small piece
Garlic crushed - 3-4 cloves
Green chili chopped - 2
Tomato chopped - 1 large
Garam masala - 1 tsp
Red chili powder - 1 tsp
Turmeric powder - a pinch
Coconut milk - 2 cup
Curry leaves - 2 strings
Coriander leaves paste - 2 tbsp
Salt to taste

Preparation:

Pidi



             Bring to boil Water and salt.When it is bubbling hot add rice flour,crushed coconut,small onion and cumin seeds.Mix it well.Cover it with a lid and switch off the flame. Let it stand for 2 minutes. Add oil and using the hand of a (wooden) spoon combine very well.knead it to a dough like we do for idiyappam with hands.Make small balls with the dough.Steam it in an Appachembu or steamer for 15 minutes or till it is done and keep aside

Chicken gravy



               Clean and cut the chicken thighs into small pieces .Wash well and pat dry.Heat oil in a heavy bottomed cooking vessel,add curry leaves.Now add chopped onion and saute for 6-7 minutes and add crushed ginger , garlic and green chiles.Fry it for sometimes till the onion becomes smashed and add chopped tomato and saute till the oil separatesMake a paste with chili and turmeric powder , by adding a little water and add to the pan.Fry it for a minute or two and add the chicken pieces. Now add the coriander leaves paste and boil.Add coconut milk and cook for 20-25 minutes or until chicken is thoroughly cooked through.

Method for making Kozhi pidi


               

       Add dumplings into the chicken gravy and combine well. Cook covered for another 5-7 minutes and simmer for 2 minutes uncovered.Remove from fire and serve warm.

Love,

Roshu

19 comments:

Ramya said...

lovely recipe..i love pidi either sweet or spicy. thanks for dropping by my blog.

divya said...

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Sobha Shyam said...

very interesting recipe, looks delicious..Thanx a lot for sharing the award with me..thanks dear :)

Julie said...

Yummilicious n tempting..

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Neetz said...

superb!!! tastes awesome!!!!

Urmi said...

Very interesting and innovative recipe. Kakka pathiri looks lovely and mouth watering. Wonderful presentation.

faseela said...

bookmarked ....my fav....didnt try yet

Amy said...

looks so delicious...mouthwatering recipe...
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Amina Khaleel said...

wow... very innovative recipe... looks delicious...

maha said...

this very new to me, sounds gud....vl try this soon 4my kid n hubby dear..

Treat and Trick said...

This looks so good and perfectly done!

Jay said...

oh...such a yummmy recipe...very tasty..
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Kalyan said...

Just mouthwatering...looks so fresh & delicious!

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suhaina aji said...

We say TAKKIDI...it takes such a long time to prepare this and u must be really patient to prepare it...we always make with mutton in India but after coming to Singapore I make with chicken and some time prawns...ur looks very very tempting....i know how good it would have tasted...this is really a traditional dish..love it.

Roshni said...

love this recipe. thanks for connecting with me. happy to follow you