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    Does anyone know how to make Manovellam?
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    is this the one with rice grains and vellam ? ...
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    I thnk its like karachov coated with jaggery....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sruti View Post
    Does anyone know how to make Manovellam?
    ... its a famous chettinad snack you came to right person. MSG taa PM panna sollava??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sruti View Post
    I thnk its like karachov coated with jaggery....
    indha rendu cone senju mariyaadhaikku vaippangale adhuva .... I can find out from amma if you want ..
    Well-timed silence has more eloquence than speech....

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinker View Post
    indha rendu cone senju mariyaadhaikku vaippangale adhuva .... I can find out from amma if you want ..
    No dude.. what you are mentioning is maavizhakku.... ithu vera...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sri_gan View Post
    No dude.. what you are mentioning is maavizhakku.... ithu vera...

    nah ... you are wrong ...
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    Sruti - I guess this is what you are asking for ...

    Here it is

    Manoharam


    Ingredients:


    Bengal gram flour - 1 cup
    0il - to deep fry
    Grated jaggery - 3/4 cup (Dark brown jaggery)
    Rice flour - 1 Tbl.sp.
    Water - 1/4 cup
    Cardamom powder - little
    Cooking soda - a pinch
    Chopped, fried cashewnuts - 1 Tbl.sp.

    Method:


    Mix bengal gram flour,rice flour a pinch of salt, a pinch of cooking soda together.
    Add just enough water to prepare a batter of pouring consistency.
    Heat oil in a broad kadai.
    Using a boondhi ladle on top of oil,pour a ladle full of batter.
    Deep fry boondis till crisp.
    After preparing all the boondhis allow it to cool thoroughly.
    Heat grated jaggery with water in a heavy kadai.
    Stir till is dissolved completely
    Take out from fire and strain it through a fine sieve or thin muslin to remove dirt.
    Wash the kadai,pour back jaggery syrup and boil without stirring till soft ball consistency is reached.
    Switch off the stove,add cardamom powder,fried cashews,fried boondhis and quickly mix with the syrup.
    Apply little ghee to a broad basin and transfer the prepared manoharam to that.
    Allow to cool,break into big pieces and keep in airtight tin.
    Note:

    Do not use white jaggery which contains salt. Dark brown jaggery only gives best results.


    Source :http://forumhub.com/southfood/14903.13.06.26.html
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    From the same place ...

    This is the way to make manoharam in Tirunelveli side for marriages.

    incrediants:
    4 cups : Besan (kadalai mavu)
    2 table spoon : rice flour
    1 pinch salt
    2cup Jaggary
    cardomam
    oil for deep fry

    Mix the flour,water and salt to make dough. make thenkuzhal in oil with the help of thenkuzhal achu. Then make pahu Strong (Uruttu pahu) ,put cardomam and remove from the fire and put the thenkuzhal and mix well.
    Well-timed silence has more eloquence than speech....

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    Well-timed silence has more eloquence than speech....

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    From the same place ...

    This is the way to make manoharam in Tirunelveli side for marriages.

    incrediants:
    4 cups : Besan (kadalai mavu)
    2 table spoon : rice flour
    1 pinch salt
    2cup Jaggary
    cardomam
    oil for deep fry

    Mix the flour,water and salt to make dough. make thenkuzhal in oil with the help of thenkuzhal achu. Then make pahu Strong (Uruttu pahu) ,put cardomam and remove from the fire and put the thenkuzhal and mix well.
    Tinker got it! Thanks...I wil let her know
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    Tinki... neenga thaana ithu.....

    Enga castela girls vayasukku vantha sevvanga....my mom or aunty knows....kettu parkaren....:D

    yaso

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    Quote Originally Posted by yasodha View Post
    Tinki... neenga thaana ithu....


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    hello this is manoharam sruti did just now.....just tasted.....

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    Tinku..Thanks a lot.....I tried and it came out yummy...pic konje nerathule post panuvar msb.....

    ethu tirunelveli dish and they used to make for Diwali or any kind of festival/function...
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    Quote Originally Posted by emyesbee View Post
    hello this is manoharam sruti did just now.....just tasted.....

    kakkakku vaikkaradhukku munnadi ..... sruti adikka poranga ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sruti View Post
    Tinku..Thanks a lot.....I tried and it came out yummy...pic konje nerathule post panuvar msb.....

    ethu tirunelveli dish and they used to make for Diwali or any kind of festival/function...
    Ya ya ... remember it and ate a lot last time when I was in India ....

    I confused it with kapparisi ... I like that too .....

    PS: I am sure shy would have known the receipe if she was around ....
    Well-timed silence has more eloquence than speech....

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    ya...my patti used to make this...this is very famous in south india..instead of jaggery thy also used to dip the karichov in sugar syrup..it will be white in color ..bt i dnt rem the name of tht dish....
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    kapparisi- Wht is this?..Is this is the one thy used to make whn the baby is hvng kappy @ 3 months....they used to soak rice and thn mix it with jaggery....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sruti View Post
    kapparisi- Wht is this?..Is this is the one thy used to make whn the baby is hvng kappy @ 3 months....they used to soak rice and thn mix it with jaggery....
    I am not sure abt the 3rd month ... they usually do it on the 11th day or punjyaajanam ...
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