Friday, March 27, 2009

Happy Ugadi And Kova Kajjikayalu


What you need:

For covering:
Kova or khoya-1 cup
Sugar-1/4 cup
Ghee-1 tablespoon

Heat the ghee in a pan and add the koya and sugar. Stir it on a low flame until it thickens. Turn off the stove and allow it to cool.



For filling:
Fresh coconut powder-1 cup
Sugar-1/2 cup
Cardamom powder-1 teaspoon

Boil the sugar and ½ cup of water in a pan and make one string syrup. Now add the coconut powder and stir it on a medium flame. Once the mixture is thick enough to be made into balls, turn off the stove.






How to make:

Mix the kova into a dough and divide it into small balls and pat them into small circles. Now divide the coconut filling into small balls and put each one of them in a circle and join the ends. Delicious cute kova kajjikayalu are now ready…

12 comments:

Asha said...

Happy Ugadi. Khova Kajjikayalu looks yummy, haven't eaten Khova in a long time! :)

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Happy Ugadi!! Kova kajji kayalu sounds so simple to make and looks delicious too!

Daily Meals said...

Thank you Asha:) Making kova takes a long time on stove top...my daughter helped me in making kova and after that she enjoyed eating kova kajjikayalu...

Daily Meals said...

Thank you Raji:) Making kova kajjikayalu is simple but making kova only takes a long time...

Pooja said...

looking simple and delicious vijaya...Happy ugadi..

Bhawna said...

Hi Vijaya...If i'm not wrong Kova means Khoya right, U made it from scratch yeah! it takes lot of time. Sweat is really tempting.

Daily Meals said...

Yes Bhawna! Kova means khoya or mawa...

Preety said...

it looks so yumm

prasu said...

Kova kakkikayalu looks yummy..........

Usha said...

Happy Ugadi ! The kova kajjikayalu looks delicious !

Daily Meals said...

Thank you Pooja!

Thank you Preety!

Thank you Prasu!

Thank you Usha!

nath said...

this is new recipe for me, thanks for sharing.. i'll try.. :)