Mangalore style huli avalakki recipe | Mangalore style gojjavalakki | kayi sasuve avalakki | Chitranna bajji avalakki

By Latha on June 13th, 2016

huli avalakki, managalore gojjavalakki recipe

Mangalore style huli avalakki or gojjavalakki recipe explained with step by step pictures. This huli avalakki is also known as "kayi sasuve avalakki" or "chithranna bajji avalakki". Gojjavalakki is a quick and tasty breakfast recipe. The masala for mangalore style gojjavalakki is prepared by grinding coconut, red chilli and mustard seeds.

"Gojju" translates to "curry" and "avalakki" translates to "beaten rice or poha" in kannada language. So is the name "gojjavalakki". And for gojjavalakki thick beaten rice is used. If you are looking for thin poha or thin beaten rice recipes then check my avalakki upkari and sihi avalakki recipes.

I am so glad to write this post. Because this post is created upon repeated requests from one of the valued reader of this website. I have promised her that I will post all types of gojjavalakki recipes I know. So today I am posting this mangalore style gojjavalakki recipe. I have already posted Malnad style gojjavalakki recipe.

If you are looking for more mangalore style breakfast recipes then do check neer dosa, masala dosa, sheera, sajjige uppittu, mangalore buns, soft idli and mangalore bajji recipes.

Mangalore style gojjavalakki recipe

Preparation time: 10 min
Cooking time: 20 min
Serves: 3

Ingredients: (measuring cup used = 240ml)

  1. 2 cup thick beaten rice/poha/gatti avalakki
  2. 1/2 cup grated coconut
  3. 2 - 4 red chilli
  4. 1/4 tsp mustard seeds
  5. 1 small lemon sized jaggery
  6. 1 gooseberry sized tamarind
  7. 1 tbsp chopped coriander leaves
  8. Salt as per your taste

Ingredients for tempering:

  1. 1 red chilli
  2. 1/2 tsp mustard seeds
  3. 2 tbsp ground nut
  4. 1 tsp urad dal
  5. 1 tsp chana dal or gram dal
  6. 4 - 6 curry leaves
  7. 1/4 tsp turmeric powder
  8. 4 tbsp cooking oil (coconut oil preferred)

Instructions for making mangalore style gojjavalakki:

  1. Take coconut, red chili and mustard seeds in a mixer grinder jar.grind masala for mangalore style huli avalakki or gojjavalakki
  2. Use required water and grind it into a fine paste. Set it aside.grind masala for mangalore style huli avalakki or gojjavalakki
  3. Rinse and soak the poha or beaten rice for 5 minutes. Soaking time might vary depending on the thickness of poha or beaten rice. Also soak the tamarind.grind masala for mangalore style huli avalakki or gojjavalakki
  4. Now parallely let us prepare tempering. In a wide frying pan prepare tempering using oil, red chilli, mustrad seeds, urad dal, gram dal (chana dal) and ground nuts.grind masala for mangalore style huli avalakki or gojjavalakki
  5. When the tempering is done add in turmeric powder and curry leaves. Switch off the stove.grind masala for mangalore style huli avalakki or gojjavalakki
  6. Now add in ground masala paste, salt, jaggery and tamarind extract.grind masala for mangalore style huli avalakki or gojjavalakki
  7. Mix well and bring it to boil. Now at this stage you can use this as chutney and is called as "chithranna bajji".grind masala for mangalore style huli avalakki or gojjavalakki
  8. Add in soaked poha or beaten rice by squeezing out the water.grind masala for mangalore style huli avalakki or gojjavalakki
  9. Mix well.grind masala for mangalore style huli avalakki or gojjavalakki
  10. Close the lid. Cook the poha or beaten rice under low flame for 5 minutes.grind masala for mangalore style huli avalakki or gojjavalakki
  11. After 5 minutes open the lid and add in finely chopped coriander leaves.coriander leaves for mangalore style huli avalakki or gojjavalakki
  12. Mix well and serve tasty mangalore style huli avalakki or gojjavalakki.how to make mangalore style huli avalakki or gojjavalakki

Dear reader, We have a Kannada version of this recipe. Click here to read this recipe in Kannada.

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