Tapioca Inipu urundai

Written by S.Priya

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  1. abhimuthu

    I always have hard time peeling the skin of Tapoica before boiling. Is there an easy way to do it. Or you just scrap it with knife? MAy be I have to use a sharper knife? Please let me know.

  2. Suganswami

    Wow, Priya! Looks very yummy…great recipe…So different and new recipes from you…It looks like baked coconut balls which is a special from a bakery in my native…

    Can we store it for a day or two, in the fridge?

  3. Mullai

    Priya, how long did u cook the kizhangu. Did u pressure cook ??? most variety which I get takes more time and still look hard. Traditional dishes share panrathuku romba nandri!! Parthavuden veetu knyabagam vanduchu!! Thanks !!

  4. shan

    Priyasudha, wow !! Yummy receipe. Going to make this on friday and let you know for sure. Your receipes are different and tempting to try…

    Have a great day

  5. vijayalakshmi mahalingam

    priya receipe pakkavay nalla irukku. udanay pannanum pola irukku. ennga vittula tapiocala dosai & poriyal pannuvanga. friends vittula ithula halwa pannuvanga.

    1. priyasudha

      Yea absolutely sadhana, ithu paatinga panni ammanga learn panni namaku solli kodukura oru pazhaya recipe..thanks  sadhana..

  6. Manoo

    we usually smash grated coconut, sugar, elam, then tapioca and make balls. :D:D:D we make balls like this with boiled kadalai paruppu, boiled moong dal, boiled chickpeas & boiled rajma :D:D:D

  7. Manoo

    Nice recipe. We sri lankans also make it….

    Btw, Ppl usually say not to boil maravalli in closed vessels as it release cyanide. Its wise to boil in open vessels. so cyanide can go out.

    Do not use even if it has a small blue spot or slight blue shade as its poisonous. Grand parents advised not to take maravalli & ginger. Its harmful so better avoid it.

    1. shan

      Manoo, cyanide ah ??  Appo pathu thaan cook pannanum…thanx for your info. Hey onaku ellamee theriyithu paa…Nee oru puthagam (book)…more things to learn from you…

       Have a great day

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