Tuesday, March 30, 2010

GODAMBU ADA / GODUMAI ADA / WHEAT ADA



Ingredients :


Wheat flour : 2Cups
Salt
Coconut Oil : 1tsp
Ghee : 2tsp
Banana Leaf : without central strip
Grated coconut : 1 1/2Cup
Jaggery : 200g
Ghee : 2tsp
Cardamom Powder : 1tsp
Jeera : 1tsp
Ripe Plantain : 1, chopped


Method :

1. Make "Sarkkarappavu" by melting jaggery with enough water. Melt jaggery on a medium flame for 15minutes. Filter this when it becomes cool. Heat it again on a low flame to make it thick.

2.Heat ghee in a pan and add coconuts, jaggery liquid (step1), chopped plantain and cardamom powder and mix well.






3. Add wheat flour to the above mixture and add enough water to make the dough. Check the consistency.

4. Now on banana leaf spread coconut oil. From the dough take a handful and spread it on banana leaf. If you find difficulty in spreading the dough dip your fingers in water and then try to spread again.


5. Fold the leaf carefully. Press the sides of the ada carefully to seal it and place them in a steamer.

6. After 15minitues ada will be completely cooked. To check whether its completely done, you just try to remove the sides of the leaf from ada. if its coming out clean, then ada is done and you can enjoy a sweet breakfast.

7. Same way you can make ragi ada.You can get recipe of rice ada Here.
im sending this to JIHVA - Breakfast event.

im also sending my other berakfast recipes :

42 comments:

  1. thanks for the quick comment Shama :)

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  2. Mouth watering ada. Mom used to make this at home, totally forgotten recipe for me. Thanks for recalling :):)

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  3. I love this sweet ada! It's excellent and groovy! I'm drooling! Slurp!

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  4. I have never had this Lena, looks too good. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Wow goduma ada looks awesome..

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  6. This is Mahi's fav,njanum photo eduthu vachittunde,will post soon....looks adipoli

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  7. I have never had this dish before .Sounds interesting.But what can be used instead of banan leaves??

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  8. Lena,

    Godambu ada nannayitu undu, enikku ishtamanu,

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  9. The adai looks so yummilicious dear :)..how is your baby doing :)

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  10. Thank you for this traditional feast. This event is intoducing me to some unknown (to me)
    treats.:)

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  11. thanks all.. :)

    Gita... baby is doing fine..but im not getting time in blogging.. :) only 2posts in one month..god knows how i manage to post it with a 2monthbaby. :)

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  12. Lena...Kollam nalla recipe..evide vahayila kittuna season aytund..njngal try cheythitte parayame...Love n hugs to vava..

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  13. Very tempting...the sight vazhayila making me nostalgic...i'm from cochin...Lena evidunna? waiting for ur kozhukatta post... :D

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  14. yummy adas.never tried this.will try this soon.

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  15. wat a tempting click nte?!!!luks perfect dear
    da wheat ada nnu vacha enikku jeevana

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  16. delicious and yummy ada...adipoli anno!

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  17. Very unique one, never heard abt this before but would love to try this one as its different and seems delicious

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  18. Looks delicious and yummy .
    http://padhuskitchen.blogspot.com/

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  19. Sounds interesting, never had them before' very tempting pictures.

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  20. Fabulous ada..I love this...My mom makes this and the rice version..Wish I had some banana leaves,now :(..

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  21. Awesome ada.. I have never tried making this.. looks so tempting.

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  22. Wow your breakfast collection is awesome !!!

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  23. Hello Lena... nice to hear from you... good to hear about you...I know how the baby might be keeping you busy... take care dear... and also take rest... this is the time;)
    godhumba ada looks very tempting...

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  24. woww..this looks delicious.. snap is too tempting..

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  25. I ve seen in blogosphere but never tasted one of this delicious ada :)

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  26. Love this healthy ada..Looks delicious!

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  27. And great entries for the event :)

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  28. That looks and sounds healthy and delicious! Thank you for sharing such a very interesting recipe, Lena!

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  29. Looks delicious and mouthwatering. Do visit my blog when time permits.http://shanthisthaligai.blogspot.com/

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  30. Wow!!! YUMMY. must be very tasty. this reminds me of MYSORE PAK.
    http://rumanarawat.blogspot.com/

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  31. Lena, you have a lovely blog..Following u...

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  32. kothiyavunuuuuuuuu..Hope ur baby is doing fine :)

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  33. Hi Lena...this is something very new to me! Looks yummy! hows the baby? what did u keep her name?

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  34. thanks all... :)

    Padma... thanks for those lovely words. baby is doing fine..and naming ceremony is on 12th.

    Vineetha..baby is doing fine and troubling me alot...

    Parita... name we decided as "Rithika"...

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  35. hey .. thanks for dropping n my blog. interstingly i didnt add you but i follow ur blog from quite some months....

    do keep in touch

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  36. sherikkum delivery kaznjappol foodinodilla ishtamekuranju enikku...ee ada kandappol pazhaya memories okke recollect cheyyan pattinduttoo....howz ur baby dear....

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  37. Godumai ada looks delicious, wish I could taste some right now :-)

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  38. Coming from Suma's Breakfast event..This is totaly new to me..Looks yummy.

    Gald to follow you..:)

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  39. lovely treat for eyes. :) love this.. :)

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