There are two thirattupal .One is prepared by milk (Pal thiratupal) another one is from coconut(Thengai Thirattupal) . Thengai Thirattupal is a traditional tamil iyer sweet . This sweet is must in our weddings. For Vinayakar Chaturthi along with other Neividhyam I made Thengai Thirattupal.
Grated coconut - 1 cup
jaggery - ½ - ¾ cup
Cardamom powder - ½ tsp
Ghee - 1 tbsp
Grate only the soft white portion of the coconut. Put the jaggery in a heavy bottomed vessel and add ½ cup water and keep on low flame. When the jaggery completely melted, strain it and put it in a heavy bottomed vessel and allow to boil . Add coconut gratings and Cook till the mixture just starts leaving the sides of the vessel and become solid. Add cardamom powder and & ghee mix well & remove from the heat.
Aval Vilayichathu is an all time favourite! It is made with aval, coconut and jaggery as the main ingredients. This is a very delicious snack and nutritious too! IAvil Vilayichathu is served as prasadam in temple sand in home for ganapathi homam/pooja.
Pressed rice (poha) 250 grams
Jaggery (gur), grated 750 grams
Ghee 2 tablespoons
Grated coconut -1 cup
Sesame seeds (til) -1 tsp
Coconut, scraped -2
Green cardamom powder -1 tsp
Banana -1 cut into small pieces
Dissolve jaggery in one and half cups of water over low heat. Strain.
Heat ghee in a pan and fry coconut slivers, sesame seeds and set aside.
Heat this syrup in a heavy bottomed vessel. Add scraped coconut and cook over low heat, stirring continuously, till one-thread consistency is reached’
Add the aval , sesame seeds ,and cardamom powder. Mix well for 2 minutes till the aval is well coated with the jaggery and coconut. Remove from heat and allow it to cool slightly .
Garnish with Slices of bananas . Cool and store in a dry container. It remains for several days
Note : If we want store more days then don’t add banana.
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Thengai thiratupal looks simply delicious, never tried yet at hom..aval vilayichathu seems very easy and delicious..Nice to know more about you through ABC tag..
Tempting dishes Jaishree...this thiratupaal is new to me...I love sweets with coconut..cant wait to try this :)
WOnderful and delicious jaishree...Nice to know more about you through ABC tag..
தேங்காய் திரட்டிபால் பார்க்கும் பொழுதே வாய் உருது...மிகவும் ருசியாக இருக்கும் போல...
இப்பொழுது டய்டிங்கில் இருப்பதால்,கண்டிப்பாக என் பொன்னுக்காவது செய்து கொடுக்கவேண்டும்ம்...(எப்படியும் ஒரு வாயாவது சாப்பிடுவேன்ல...)..இப்படி ஆசையினை தூண்டுவிட்டிங்டிங்லே...
theratupal looks super delicious Jaishree and nice to read about you through the tag
Hmm,mouthwatering!! coconut and jaggery makes a great combo!!
Oh wow that's looks delicious....so yum....
this looks irresistibly tempting......ur article is very informative...and a lovely sketch....
Thank you for the lovely entry for the event
Its been a while I blogged.Perfect recipe.....never tried thengai therattipaal.Wonderful one.Nice to know more about u.Hopes all with u Jaishree:)
Thengai thirattu pal ....I m drooling:) Aval vilaichathu recipe is so perfect and I m always looking for this prasadam recipe.
Thanks for letting know these delicious recipes. Guess u can write a cook book for those tasty prasadams.. U have a nice collection dear. Bookmarking it.
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