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Wednesday, September 07, 2005



Coarsely powdered rice 2 cups
Bengal gram(chana dal, senaga pappu) 1/4 cup
salt to taste
oil 1tbsp

Method of preparation:

Rice can be ground coarsely or rice ravva can be used in place.
Soak 1/4 cup of chana dal for 10 minutes.

Boil 4 cups of water. Now add coarsely oil, powdered rice, chana dal and salt. Cooked covered on a slow flame until done.

Cool it under room temperature. Now shape them into circular balls using some oil. Now ready to eat. They are favourite food of Lord Ganesha and a must recipe on Vinayaka chavithi.


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