Monday, March 8, 2010






Rice flour - 2 cup
Jack fruit (thin sliced) - 2 cup
Jaggery (grated) - 1 cup
Cardamom powder - 1 tsp
Vazhayila/vazhanayila/foil paper - 3 no s
Grated coconut - 1 cup
Hot water - as required
Salt - to taste
Ghee - ½ cup



How to Prepare:

Take rice flour in a bowl ,add little bit of salt to taste and add hot water as required for

Making a nice thick batter as we prepare for making idiyappam or noolappam and mix with little ghee also for getting the texture soft, while mixing add cardamom powder also for getting a flavor.

After preparing the batter take one vazhayila /vazhanayila /aluminum foil paper a long Piece, and take a ball texture and with hands or fingers make smooth round shape just like we make chapatti and put this on top of vazhanayila and add little grated coconut first, then thin sliced jackfruit, then grated jaggery, little bit ghee spread it over and fold half layer and close with vazhanayila.

You can make like this each illayappam.

Take a steamer, put this illayappam inside the steamer and steam for about 15 to 20 minutes for well cooking.

Serve it hot as a snack item with tea.

44 comments:

  1. i love this sweet and i make it in a similar way except adding jackfruit...recipe sounds good and dish looks wonderful

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  2. Looks very nice... We call this as poorana kozhukkattai.. By the way , u too have a nice blog..Thanks for dropping by my blog and for ur sweet comment.. :) plz be around !

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  3. Slurpppp!!illayappam sounds truly divine...

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  4. Entammooo..ente fav anu...eppo kittiyalum kazhikkum kothivarunnu dear...

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  5. This is healthy and yummy snack with addition of jack fruit really enhance the taste....

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  6. That looks so yummy with jaggery oozing out of it mmmmmm delicious
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  7. Lovely recipe ..thx 4 sharing with all

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  8. This is so new to me...it looks great and the recipe is very interesting:)

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  9. Reshmi, this looks so delicious, absolutely mouthwatering dish...cant find jack fruits here, but sure want to try this using canned fruits...

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  10. Yum yummmmmmmmmm...looks mouthwatering dear

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  11. thanks susham for ur valuable comment..

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  12. thanks chitra for ur lovely comment...

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  13. thanks malar..yes it is a mouthwatering dish...

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  14. ayyo..kothiyakunnu....kidu ayittundu..

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  15. This is a totally new dish to me . However the pics of the preparation looks interesting..Had no idea that by using jack fruit such a dish can be prepared.

    Deepa

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  16. wow Reshmi..my fav recipe, we call it kolzhu kattai! We add sesame seeds instead of jackfruit! Its just keeps vanishing, when my mom gets them out the steamer!
    Lovely pic with the vazhayila..

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  17. OMG..One of my most fav...vaayil kappalodikkanulla vellam undu :D

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  18. enthamo!!kandittu thannia vaayil vellam varunnu.Kazhicha kaalam marannu

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  19. Sweet looks very nice and delicious. Something new and I will definitely try it.

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  20. naattil pokumbol njanum undakkarundu...kandittu kothi vannu sahikkan vayyeda......

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  21. congrats reshmi,ethra month aayi..ennanu vava varunna date?

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  22. Thanks Rashmi for dropping by. You have a lovely space too. I'll back often :)

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  23. Adipoli reshmi..enikum vayi kappal oodunne :D

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  24. Ilayappam looks so tempting and awesome :)

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  25. Lovely.. I miss all these goodies from back home.

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  26. such a nice and yummy snack with jackfruit! I really miss jackfruit here, wish I would atleast get it in frozen aisle :) Thanks for stopping by my blog, Reshmi, you have a wonderful space here with delicious recipes. I'll be sure to visit often.

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  27. I think this is a authentic dish,looks and sounds great!

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  28. I think this is an authentic dish,looks delicious!

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  29. Thanks for visiting my blog n lovely comments. I love this dish. looks yummy.

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  30. that's a great sweet recipe..never made it before..but surely give this a try

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  31. yummy snack.. haven't tried it. but i think it will be like kozhakattai/modak.

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  32. Never had this snack...looks so yummy and mouthwatering!!

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  33. thanks to gulmohar,jagruthi,mahima,preety ,sarah,raks,pj,nostalgia,gita and nisha for the lovely comments which is so valuable for me...yes,its a traditional n authentic dish of south kerala....and here this z the season of jackfruit..thtz why i made this and share this for my all friends here...

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    iam following u...

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