When I saw this dish as the first one in the combo meal list given by Srivalli, I decided right away that I am gonna take the combo meal theme. I love this tiffin very much, its easy to make and very light. I just follow my mother’s recipe for this. Koozh is something like thick pudding. But my mom makes it little thick and I got used to this taste and texture. I am interested to see other variations and method of making this koozh.
- Rice flour – 1 cup
- Butter milk – 2 cups (if you want thin consistency, add more buttermilk)
- Salt – 1.5 tsp
- Turmeric powder – 1/2 tsp
- Hing – 1 tsp
- Oil – 1 tbsp + 1 tbsp if required
- Mustard seeds – 2 tsps
- Curry leaves – 1 strand
- Green chilly – 1 (slit them into two halves)
- Mix the rice flour, turmeric powder, hing and salt together.
- Now add the buttermilk and mix it well. This could be either in dosa consistency or little thicker than that based on how you want the koozh to be.
- Check the salt and if required adjust accordingly.
- Heat the kadai and add oil.
- Once the oil is hot add, the mustard seeds and the chilly.
- Now add the buttermilk flour mix and the curry leaves.
- Keep stirring the mixture well for about 4-5 mts. It shouldn’t stick to the vessel.
- Once the oil gets absorbed, it will become like thick upma, if you want thin consistency, turn it off when it is in the halwa state.
Thats it, within 15mts yummy mor koozh is ready. Serve hot with mor milagai.
You can find the mor milagai recipe here.
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