This video takes you through the process of preparing Kaikuthal Arisi Kanji / Brown Rice Porridge recipe.
A healthy dish for people who are in diet and also for diabetic patients.
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+Gana Priya Kodampuli is Malabar Tamarind and will taste good when used for Fish kulambu . You have to soak this kodampuli in hot water , so that you can obtain tamarind puree(it takes longer time to soak and it will be hard) . Its good for people who are in diet.
Hello mam,really very healthy upload...can i make this kanji in pressure cooker mam or only in a open vessel?Mam actually why u dint grind it as coarse raw kurunai like instead u soaked n ground it?help me mam..thank u so much..:)
+asianlite6 Thank you for ur compliment. If you grind it as coarse raw kurunai .... it will take long time to cook and moreover if you prepare this kanji in pressure cooker there are chances in which the dish may be burnt at the bottom or may lead to lumps formation.
If you soak and grind the rice and use an open vessel you can stir it occasionally which prevents lumps formation and also prevent the dish from being burnt.It took only 5 min for me to prepare as I soaked the rice and then grinded it.
There is one option where you can dry roast the rice in a kadai (without adding oil) and grind it coarsely (kurunai) . Using this kurunai you can prepare in pressure cooker.(this method will not form lumps)
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