Ariselu Recipe | Kajjaya | Athirasam | How to Make Ariselu Recipe
Ariselu is one of the famous sweet recipes of south India, they are prepared during Makar Sankrati. In different parts of India, this recipe is called as Kajjaya, Athirasam. Making use of equal amount of ghee and oil not only gives you exotic smell but also crispy outer and soft inner flavour.
For garnishing we used sesame seeds for this recipe. This is not a instant recipe, we soak rice one day before and make it semi dry and then powder it. From times, it is believed that Ariselu recipe doesn’t effect our body temperature. In south India, especially in villages i have seen people making this recipe during marriages as a sweet treat.
Rice – 2kgs.
Jaggery – 1 ½ kgs.
Oil – 1 kg.
Til/ Sesame seeds – 100 gms.
Cardamom powder – required
Water – required.
Preparation of Ariselu:
- Soak rice a day before.
- Drain rice on next day and dry it on a cloth.
- Grind the rice to the powder, distil and cover the powder without losing moisture.
- Cut jaggery into small pieces and put in a thick bottom vessel and add water.
- Boil jiggery until you get thick consistency syrup.
- Meanwhile fry til coarsely and keep aside.
- Once you get thick consistency of jiggery, add til, cardamom powder and powdered rice.
- Stir constantly and make sure you don’t get balls formed. Once it is done, let it cool.
- On other hand heat oil in a kadai.
- Make balls and press on a polythene sheet into your desired shape.
- Deep fry ariselu such that oil oozes out from it and are golden brown in colour.
- Once done, transfer to a skillet and drain excess oil and later put them on a paper.
- Once cooled, store in a container.
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