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Friday, August 3, 2012

Stuffed Wheat pancakes / Gothambu Ada

Mom used to serve the hot steaming adas as we (me and my bros) get back home from school. This used to be one of our favorite breakfast/snack item. My Mom makes this often and now I miss this a lot. This is a traditional and popular snack of Kerala. This is usually made with dough made of rice flour, stuffed with coconut and jaggery mixture and steaming them in banana leaf, as it gives a special and unique flavor to the dish.



Being the lazy person I am, I think that making with rice flour is a long process so I made this with wheat flour and roasted them on tawa just like how we make chapatis. This is a perfect dish for iftar as we will be full after eating two adas.




The stuffings can be varied according to one's taste and preference. So, here is the recipe. I hope you will try this mouth watering, easy dish.

Ingredients:

  1. Wheat flour- 1 cup
  2. Salt- as required
  3. water- as required to knead
  4. Coconut (scraped)- ½ Cup
  5. Jaggery (grated)- ½ cup
Method:
  1. Mix the grated jaggery and coconut and keep it aside.
  2. Mix wheat flour, salt and water and make a dough. Make lemon sized balls out of the dough.
  3. Roll the lemon sized balls in the form of chapati and spread the coconut- jaggery mixture in this and fold the chapati ada into half and seal the edges by making design or with a fork.
  4. Heat a dosa pan and add little oil. Place this ada in the pan and let it roast well on both sides.
  5. Yummy and delicious ada is ready.




13 comments:

  1. one of my favourite we also make it slightly different dough with white flour

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  2. These look so yummy, like the idea of stuffing coconut.

    http://shwetainthekitchen.blogspot.com/

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  3. Yummy and mouthwatering ada...

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  4. hi zareena, how are you doing. simple to follow recipe, looks yummy too- for tea.. oops , i am fasting. have a nice day

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  5. wow.. this looks delicious.. bookmarked!!

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  6. Delicious looking and yummy pancakes.
    Deepa

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  7. This ada has brought back several memories for me..Nicely made.

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  8. loooove this..you've put together a pretty mouthwatery recipe
    Tasty Appetite

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  9. Mouthwatering & yummy, looks perfect for Iftar!

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  10. I love anything with sweet coconut...
    I agree with Ambreen above ~ perfect for iftar :D

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  11. Swee coconut filling? It must be delicious. Love the look of the ada.

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