07 September 2013


A power packed multi grain n millet sweet kozhukattai for tis Ganesh Chathurthi... 
What you need:
Varagu Rice - 1 tbsp
Wheat kernels - 1 tbsp
Barnyard Millet - 1tbsp
Finger millet / Ragi -1 tbsp
Pear millet / Kambu -1 tbsp
Barley Kernels - 1 tbsp
Corn Kernels - 1 tbsp
Green gram - 1 tbsp
Split Fried gram - 1 tbsp
Groundnut - 1 tbsp
Almond - 6 nos
Cardamom powder - gen pinch
Palm Jaggery / Jaggery - 3/4 cup, grated
Coconut Kernels - 3 tbsp
Water -3/4 cup
How to make:
Dry roast the all of the above until nice aroma comes butdont let it burn, except jaggery, coconut, cardamom and grind to smooth powder.

This powder makes approx 1 cup to this add grated palm jaggery, cardamom powder, coconut kernels and mix well.

If using jaggery soak it in 3/4 water, once it disoolves sieve it thru and use the jaggery water to cook the powder mixture.

Boil jaggery water / water add the mixture, cook in low heat until it forms a mass and soft dough add ghee a teaspoon if needed,

Mold them into modak shapes and steam for 10 mins in a pre heated cooker and perform the Naivedhyam.

*Any millet + dals + lentils can be added or omitted based on the avilability.


  1. wow aks... what an innovative and full of nutritious kozhukattai... Super idea... i have seen healthy queue of menu here...;)

  2. Very very healthy and delicious kozhukattais...

  3. what a healthy modak ! perfect for the festival !

  4. delicious and innovative modak

  5. Healthy kozhukattai. love to taste some ;)

  6. Ohh mine, that's a power packed one.. Absolutely healthy & delish !!

  7. one power packed kozhukattai looks yummmers