Thursday, 16 February 2012

Vatilaappam (Egg Pudding)

egg - 8
grated coconut - one medium size coconut.
sugar - 300 gm.
ghee - 2 tsp
cashew nuts - 10
salt - pinch.

Serves 6- 8

Sprinkle some hot water in the grated coconut and grind it in the mixie , make sure it doesn't become like paste.

Extract thick coconut milk from it, when you extract the first time you'll get approximately 250 ml.

Take a bowl add eggs then the coconut milk and add the sugar and a pinch of salt.

Mix it well until the sugar dissolves.

Pour the mixture through a sieve and keep it aside.

Pour three cups of water in a pressure cooker and place a base plate in the bottom.

Keep the vessel containing the mixture with lid in cooker. After you hear two whistles, simmer the flame and leave it for another half an hour.

After the cooker cools down, open it.

Add the cashews roasted in ghee to it.

You can serve our traditional dish as a dessert.

Idiyappam Vatilaappam is very famous in our Home Town.

Now I am linking this recipe to Kids Special Giveaway Event  @Gurus Cooking .


angelin said...

This is my hubbys favorite dessert .
looks yummy .good luck in the challenge event

Asiya Omar said...

Thank very much Angelin for your visit and nice comments.

Sumi said...

I have had this pussing in my native place during ramzan times ..looks yummy

ஸாதிகா said...

healthy steamed version.super recipe.

faseela said...

wow...yummy sweet....superb

Julie said...

Had these some time back..tastes really good!!
You have an award at my space,please collect it,Asiya:)

Erivum Puliyum

Ramya said...

i have never had this before...very new dish to me. should give it a try. thanks for sending to my event.

PrathibhaSreejith said...

That sounds like a yummy dessert, nice texture.
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DD said...

really new to me looks yummy!!!!!happy to follow you, stop by mine when you find time dear!!!!

DD said...

really new to me looks yummy!!!!!happy to follow you, stop by mine when you find time dear!!!!

Asiya Omar said...

Thank you all friends for the Nice Comments.

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Jaleela said...

nice recipe , our traditional recipe, i am also post soon

Asiya Omar said...

Thanks jaleela for your comments.

maha said...

Lovely presentation!!!!yummy

Princy Vinoth said...

wow this sounds good Asiya!

shooting star said...

wow..i dint know about this at all...very cool..shall try out this sometime!!!

mymoon raheema said...

Dear asiya akka,
If I dont have base plate means,what should I have to do?
Can I use any small plate or small cup?

mymoon raheema said...

Tried with kalavadai instead of plate....I opened with fear at first but after that 1000 watts lights came on my face...waw waw waw exactly I got...thank u sooo much asiya akka...
Have a blessed eid to you and ur family...