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All Recipes > BreakfastPosted On: Thursday, November 3, 2011
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         Gojju Avalakki/ Kuttu Avalakki

Gojju Avalakki/ Kuttu Avalakki is a very delicious poha (beaten rice) dish which can be prepared for breakfast as well, you can also serve this as prasadam during hindu festival days for your friends and relatives. A purely Karnataka dish which is a combination of spicy, sour and sweet (hulli, uppu, khara, sehi).


Avalakki: 1 cup

Tamarind paste: 2 spoons 

Sambhar powder: 2 spoons

Grated Jaggery: 1 spoon

Salt to taste

Oil: 6 spoons

Mustard seeds - 1 spoon

Jeera - 1 spoon

Urad dal - 1 spoon

Dry red chillies - 2

curry leaves - few

Turmeric Powder - 1/2 sppon

Asafoetida - a pinch

Grated Coconut - 1/2 cup

Groundnuts - 1/4 cup

gojju avalakki

1. Grind avalakki/beaten rice coarsely. Wash and drain the water completely.

2. Soak tamarind in water for few minutes and prepare thick juice.

3. Take a vessel add tamarind juice, 1 - 2 cups of water, sambar powder, salt to taste, Asafoetida, Jaggery, grated coconut, mix well and lastly add the washed coarsely grinded avalakki. Keep it aside for 10- 15 mins.

gojju avalakki

Heat the Oil in a pan, add Mustard seeds, once it splutters, add urad dal, groundnuts, curry leaves, cut red chillies, soaked avalakki. Mix it well.

5. Simmer the flame and cook for 5- 10 mins.

Gojju Avalakki/ Kuttu Avalakki is ready to serve. You can serve Gojju Avalakki/ Kuttu Avalakki with Happala and Sandige, a very good combination.

gojju avalakki

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suma on November 7, 2011 said:

my favorite dish. v can keep this for two to three days while we r on journey. i like v.much


lalitha raju on December 18, 2011 said:

yumm this sounds too good