Godhumai maavu vazhai elai adai | Wheat flour adai


Posted on May 11th, 2009

Godhumai maavu (Wheat flour) vazhai elai (plantain leaf) adai recipe comes from my mom’s kitchen :) Recently my mom had seen a cookery show in Vijay TV. She was so much impressed by this easy recipe that she tried it immediately and sent to me to be shared with all my readers :) (Thanks mom…so sweet of u!) Am posting this recipe as narrated by my mom.

Vazhai elai Godhumai adai | Wheat flour sweet adai

Vazhai elai Godhumai adai | Wheat flour sweet adai

Am sending this recipe to Srivalli’s “Mithai mela” event!

Ingredients
Godhumai maavu (wheat flour): 1 cup
Jaggery: 1 cup
Coconut (grated): 1 cup
Elachi (Cardamom) powder: 1/2 tsp
Vazhai elai (plantain leaf) : one
Cashewnuts: few
Milk: sufficient amount to prepare the dough
Ghee: little (for greasing the plantain leaf)

Preparation method

  • Mix wheat flour, grated coconut, jaggery and elachi powder.
  • Add adequate amount of milk and make a soft dough.
  • Make small balls out of this dough.
  • Cut the vazhai elai (plantain leaf) into small square pieces.
  • Take one piece of vazhai elai, apply ghee on it.
  • Spread the dough ball on this greased vazhai elai.
  • Place one or two cashews on it and close it with another greased vazhai elai.
  • Similarly spread all balls on the greased vazhai elai.
  • Place all these on idly plate and steam cook it for 4-5mins.
  • Godhumai maavu vazhai elai adai is ready.

As the dish is steam cooked with vazhai elai it is very good for health and also will be very yummy.

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11 Responses to “Godhumai maavu vazhai elai adai | Wheat flour adai”

  1. Pooja Says:

    Looking delicious Anu..Nice post..

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  2. Arjun Says:

    Hey… Wow!! was off this site for a little while and guess what happened… so many people came by here… and our very own Chef Anu has graduated and is on to fetch a doctrate in Cooking… So many mouth-watering recipes !! This blog has really come alive… :-) kudos..!!

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  3. sripriya vidhyashankar Says:

    wow.. looks nice & YUmmy… great entry..

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  4. Anu Sriram Says:

    Looks delicious! Yummy recipe..

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  5. mommyscuisine.com Says:

    Thats a delicious dessert. love it. sorry for the delay in leaving comments.

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  6. anudivya Says:

    Might be a challenge to go looking for plantain leaves here for me, but I am sure they taste awesome the authentic way you made.

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  7. lissie Says:

    a healthy and delicious snack! we make something similar to this in Kerala :)

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  8. Usha Says:

    Sounds absolutely delicious :-)

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  9. Srivalli Says:

    Looks wonderful ..thanks for the entry!

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  10. Gayathri Says:

    Anu…this looks very tempting, any chance of making this without the plantain leaf? Can make the dough watery enough so that I can make it like a regular dosa on a tava?

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    • Anu Says:

      Mmm… havent tried without plantain leaf. I guess its a very popular dish in Kerala! Am sure you make it as sweet dosa too. My aunt makes a similar recipe, I will find out and let you know.

      Reply

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