March 15, 2015

Kadalai Urundai / Peanut Balls

     According to me Kadalai Urundai = Everyone's childhood (G)Olden memories. Yes, there will be noone especially southindians, who never tasted this during their childhood days. I am a big big crazy fan of "Peanut Balls". Generally you know my way of eating this, it will bit Yuck but still will not leave without telling this :) First will lick completely the outer portion which is the jaggery, if i keep on do that, the peanut will automatically get loosen and finally will start chewing the peanut.. He he... Even now i follow this ;) Without taking much of your time, here comes everyone's favorite "Kadalai Urundai"


ALL YOU NEED:
Roasted Peanut 1 cup
Jaggery 1 cup
Cardamom Powder Pinch
Dry ginger Powder Pinch
Warm Water 1/2 cup
Salt Pinch
Oil To grease hands

METHOD:
     Take a bowl mix both jaggery and 1/2 cup of warm water. Keep mixing until the jaggery gets dissolved. Now take a non-stick pan, pour the jaggery syrup by filtering it. Let it boil, add dry ginger powder, cardamom powder and pinch of salt, just to enhance the sweetness. Keep on stirring inbetween. To check jaggery consistency, take a water in a small bowl, place a drop of jaggery mixture into the small bowl. If you could able to make it as small balls. Its the perfect texture. Put off the flame. Add the roasted and skinless peanuts, mix well with the jaggery syrup until it all coats the peanuts. Now grease your hand with oil, take some peanuts and make it as balls. Be careful, the mixture will be too hot. If its become hard to make balls, keep the pan in flame for 2 mins, it will get loosen. Now keep repeating the process. Store it in air tight container.

♬ Sangeetha♡Nambi ♬

15 comments:

Ms.Chitchat said...

Awesome peanut balls, with just jiggery, does it not dry up after a few days? A dash of glucose syrup keeps it crunchy, what u say?

Rafeeda AR said...

love this...

வை.கோபாலகிருஷ்ணன் said...

Mouth watering Products.

Thanks for sharing.

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Ms.chitchat: No, it was fresh even its more than a week. Glucose syrup ?! Not sure abt this, will try next time.. Thx for ur tip and keep visiting !

Julie said...

one of my fav snack,looks crunchy n yumm :)

Anonymous said...

Looks yummmmmmmm
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Maha Gadde said...

that`s a beautiful guest post fr me dear,thank:)
happy weekend

yathavan nambi said...

அன்புடையீர்! வணக்கம்!
அன்பின் அய்யா திரு. வை. கோபாலகிருஷ்ணன் அவர்கள் இன்று (01/07/2015) தங்களின் பதிவுகளில் சிலவற்றை அவரது வலைத் தளத்தில் அடையாளம் காட்டி சிறப்பித்துள்ளார்கள் என்பதை மிகவும் மகிழ்ச்சியுடன் தெரிவித்துக்கொள்கிறேன். பாராட்டுகள். வாழ்த்துகள்.
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நன்றி!
நட்புடன்,
புதுவை வேலு
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FRANCE

GAURAV KUMAR said...

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kenz said...

hi,
dis my favorite snack dat i munch on all the time but store bought ones..nvr tried at home though..will try dis..thanks for posting...

http://novicescuisine.blogspot.in/

Adam said...

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Anonymous said...

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Ayshwarya Singh said...

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Tanisha Singh said...

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Jacque Ojadidi said...

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March 15, 2015

Kadalai Urundai / Peanut Balls

     According to me Kadalai Urundai = Everyone's childhood (G)Olden memories. Yes, there will be noone especially southindians, who never tasted this during their childhood days. I am a big big crazy fan of "Peanut Balls". Generally you know my way of eating this, it will bit Yuck but still will not leave without telling this :) First will lick completely the outer portion which is the jaggery, if i keep on do that, the peanut will automatically get loosen and finally will start chewing the peanut.. He he... Even now i follow this ;) Without taking much of your time, here comes everyone's favorite "Kadalai Urundai"


ALL YOU NEED:
Roasted Peanut 1 cup
Jaggery 1 cup
Cardamom Powder Pinch
Dry ginger Powder Pinch
Warm Water 1/2 cup
Salt Pinch
Oil To grease hands

METHOD:
     Take a bowl mix both jaggery and 1/2 cup of warm water. Keep mixing until the jaggery gets dissolved. Now take a non-stick pan, pour the jaggery syrup by filtering it. Let it boil, add dry ginger powder, cardamom powder and pinch of salt, just to enhance the sweetness. Keep on stirring inbetween. To check jaggery consistency, take a water in a small bowl, place a drop of jaggery mixture into the small bowl. If you could able to make it as small balls. Its the perfect texture. Put off the flame. Add the roasted and skinless peanuts, mix well with the jaggery syrup until it all coats the peanuts. Now grease your hand with oil, take some peanuts and make it as balls. Be careful, the mixture will be too hot. If its become hard to make balls, keep the pan in flame for 2 mins, it will get loosen. Now keep repeating the process. Store it in air tight container.

♬ Sangeetha♡Nambi ♬

15 comments:

Ms.Chitchat said...

Awesome peanut balls, with just jiggery, does it not dry up after a few days? A dash of glucose syrup keeps it crunchy, what u say?

Rafeeda AR said...

love this...

வை.கோபாலகிருஷ்ணன் said...

Mouth watering Products.

Thanks for sharing.

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Ms.chitchat: No, it was fresh even its more than a week. Glucose syrup ?! Not sure abt this, will try next time.. Thx for ur tip and keep visiting !

Julie said...

one of my fav snack,looks crunchy n yumm :)

Anonymous said...

Looks yummmmmmmm
www.sailajakitchen.org

Maha Gadde said...

that`s a beautiful guest post fr me dear,thank:)
happy weekend

yathavan nambi said...

அன்புடையீர்! வணக்கம்!
அன்பின் அய்யா திரு. வை. கோபாலகிருஷ்ணன் அவர்கள் இன்று (01/07/2015) தங்களின் பதிவுகளில் சிலவற்றை அவரது வலைத் தளத்தில் அடையாளம் காட்டி சிறப்பித்துள்ளார்கள் என்பதை மிகவும் மகிழ்ச்சியுடன் தெரிவித்துக்கொள்கிறேன். பாராட்டுகள். வாழ்த்துகள்.
இணைப்பு: http://gopu1949.blogspot.in/

நன்றி!
நட்புடன்,
புதுவை வேலு
www.kuzhalinnisai.blogspot.com
FRANCE

GAURAV KUMAR said...

Your blog is very informative and gracefullyyour guideline is very good and yammy and testy your food.Thank you.
restaurant in satya niketan

kenz said...

hi,
dis my favorite snack dat i munch on all the time but store bought ones..nvr tried at home though..will try dis..thanks for posting...

http://novicescuisine.blogspot.in/

Adam said...

Your Blog is very informative and attractive, keep it aup.
Cheap Sticker Printing

Anonymous said...

Excellent. Thanks for share.
www.unnatisilks.com

Ayshwarya Singh said...

Good to know about soya chaap. That's very new to me :) Online Food Order

Tanisha Singh said...

this was a such very nice blog and providing to much information on this blog.chowringhee satya niketan

Jacque Ojadidi said...

Thanks for share this article
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