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Sweet Roasted Flat Rice Flakes

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Sweet roasted Rice flakes


The recipe is great for breakfast as well as snacks. It's called aval vilayichath. 'Aval' means 'flattened rice'. 'Vilayichath' means 'roasted'. The dish is very sweet and crunchy.

Preparation Time: 5 minutes
Cooking Time: 25 minutes
Makes: 4 servings

Ingredients
1 Cup Flat Rice Flakes
3/4 Cup Jaggery Powder
3/4 Cup Coconut Powder
1/4 Cup Water
2 Tbsp Ghee
1/4 tsp cardamom powder
Raisins and nuts to garnish

Method

Mix jaggery and water in a bowl and heat in a medium flame. Boil to form almost a thick syrup. Switch off the flame.


Sweet roasted Rice flakes


Heat a pan. Add ghee into the pan. When the ghee is hot, add coconut powder into the ghee and stir well.


Sweet roasted Rice flakes


Then add the jaggery syrup into the coconut- ghee mixture. Mix well to combine.


Sweet roasted Rice flakes


Then add the flat rice flakes into the pan and mix well. Stir until the rice flakes absorb all the syrup.


Add rice flakes to jaggery - coconut syrup


Add cardamom powder and mix well.


Add rice flakes to jaggery - coconut syrup


Garnish with raisins and nuts. We can add sliced banana to make it more delicious.

Categories
#Sweet
#Easy
#Gluten Free
#Rice Flakes
#Breakfast
#Snacks
#Toddler
#Vegetarian
#Simple
#Coconut
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