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         Hittina Hollige/ white hollige

Hittina Hollige/ white hollige is a very traditional dish learnt from our sarojamma ajji. It is a very delicious and stomach filling dish.


Recipe Requested by Harshala Rajesh.

hettina holige

Ingredients:

Chirotii Rava/Fine Semolina : 1/2 kg

Rice Flour: 1/2 kg

Oil: 1 small cup 

Procedure:

1. Make a dough with chiroti rava and rinse dough in the oil. This oil can be used later while preparing holige. 

2. Soak this dough for 2 hours. We call this "Kanaka" in Kannada.

hettina holige  hettina holige

3. Place pan/griddle on the medium flame. Rice flour and water quantity should be 1:1. Now pour water in the pan. Bring it to boil. Slowly add the rice flour to it. Switch off the flame after a min. Mix well so that no lumps are formed.

4. Knead the rice flour dough.

5. Make small ball of rava dough and spread with hand. Keep a ball of rice flour dough and cover it with rava dough and seal the ends as shown in picture. ( It is nothing but stuffing the rice flour dough with rava dough).

hettina holige  hettina holige

6. Roll this stuffed ball like chapathi as shown in picture.

hettina holige

7. Roast it on hot tava (low flame)  on both sides by spreading little oil. Make sure not to over heat this , colour should always be white even after roast ( as shown in picture).

hettina holige  hettina holige

Your delicious Hittina Hollige is ready to serve.

Serve with Badanekayi palya/Brinjal Sabzi,  Banana Seekarne. 

hettina holige

Sending this recipe to Vardini's LGSS - Stuffed Parata event and Vatsala's LGSS event




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Harshala on September 29, 2011 said:

Brings back memories of Ajji and the wonderful taste of Hittina Holige is unbeatable... Wow ... I gaining weight seeing all the recipees and pictures :)

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Jayasri on October 19, 2011 said:

This one is new to me, I want to try this out, as I make kanikalu just like you do.., and use Rice flour the way you have described to make my kozukottais, never thought of using this like this :), thanks for sharing

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Savitha on October 19, 2011 said:

Vani, Hittina Hollige is very tasty with Badanekayi palya, try out and let me know your feedback.
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Eftychia on November 3, 2011 said:

This looks and sounds very tasty! Thanks for sharing.

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Savitha on November 3, 2011 said:

hi Eftychia, Thanks for visiting our site, try out the other recipes and let us know your feedback.
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vandana on November 28, 2011 said:

lovely dish appreciated by one and all in the family. liked by all at home. it has become a sunday breakfast item at home. gud for health. thankx

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Vardhini on December 2, 2011 said:

This is a new one for me. Never even heard of it and love the simplicity of the dish and pictures of course. Thx for linking to the event. Vardhini Event: Sinful Delights Event: Stuffed Paratha

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Barani on January 22, 2012 said:

Its so perfect. Easy adjustable for the teeth. thanks a lot

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