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Sweet Roasted Rice Balls

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Sweet roasted rice balls

This is my grandmother's recipe. She used to make these sweet rice balls in large quantities during the vacation time and we all loved it.

I have tested it, messed it up, tried again and finally perfected it since I wanted to recreate the exact taste of that sweet rice balls my grandmother used to make.

Adjust the amount of jaggery according to your taste.

Preparation Time: 40 minutes
Cooking Time: 30 minutes
Makes: 20 rice balls

Ingredients
1.5 cup parboiled brown rice
1 cup grated coconut
1.5 cup jaggery powder
1 cup water
4 cardamom
1 tbsp ghee

Method
Grind the cardamom into a fine powder. You can also use cardamom powder.


Sweet roasted rice balls

Wash and drain the rice using a colander. Let it sit for 10 minutes to remove any excess water.


wash and drain the rice

Heat a pan on medium flame. Roast the drained rice. After 10-15 minutes, the rice will start to pop up. Lower the flame and continue roasting until all rice pops and become a light brown colour.


wash and drain the rice

Remove from heat and let it cool. Then ground the roasted rice into a fine powder in a mixer. You can store it in a container and can be used later.


wash and drain the rice

Mix the jaggery powder with water. Bring to boil and reduce the flame to medium.Continue boiling with occasional stirring until a thick syrup is made. Always make more syrup than what you will need.


Sweet roasted rice balls

Mix the grated coconut and syrup. Cook for 2 minutes and remove from heat.


Sweet roasted rice balls

Add the cardamom powder, ground rice powder and ghee. Mix well with a wooden spoon or spatula while hot so that the flavour will be well combined.


wash and drain the rice

You should get a crumbled soft dough. If you feel like the dough is hard, add a little jaggery syrup and mix again. If it looks watery, add the roasted rice powder.

While warm enough to handle, take a little mixture in your palm and press gently to make small lemon size balls.


make small rice balls.

The sweet rice balls are ready. Store in an air-tight container. This will stay fresh for up to 3 days.

Categories
#Snacks
#Gluten Free
#Healthy
#Vegan
#Rice
#Sweet
#Coconut
#Indian
#Low Fat
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