Thursday, August 13, 2015

SPICY MALABAR SNACK MUTTA ADUKK / PRAWNS STUFFED PANCAKES


Mutta adukk is an exclusive Malabar snack and is mainly prepared for the newly wedded groom . It is also known as Mutta pathiri or Sweet pancake .
Mutta adukk is normally prepared as sweet snack .But here i just made a  spicy adukk.For sweet mutta adukk, you should  add sugar , nuts, coconut and scrambled egg as the fillings. And the batter too , should be sweet. So add sugar instead of pepper powder and salt.


INGREDIENTS


Egg                                       - 6 nos (1 egg for filling)
Maida or All purpose flour  - 1 cup
Milk                                      - 1 cup (instead of water , for making                                                   thin batter)
Pepper powder                    - 1 tsp
Salt                                      - as required
Cardamom powder              - a pinch
Prawns                                 - fried and  minced
Coconut                               - half cup
Onion                                  - 1, finely chopped
Green chili                         -1 ,chopped
Tomato                               - half , finely chopped
Oil
Ghee
Coriander leaves


PREPARATION

  • Beat  5 eggs till soft. Now mix maida slowly to it and beat again.
  • Make a thick batter and add cardamom powder, pepper powder and salt.
  • Now pour 1 cup of milk to it, to  make thin batter.
  • For the filling, Heat oil and saute onion, green chili and tomato.
  • Saute for a while and pour 1 beaten egg to it with salt.
  • Scramble it finely and add fried minced prawns, coriander leaves .
  • Mix well  and cook it for few minutes.
  • Keep it aside.
  • Heat a Neer Dosa chatti( cast iron appachatti) and apply some ghee evenly.
  • Make the flame low, and pour the batter to make thin neer dosa.
  • Put the egg prawn filling all over the dosa evenly.
  • Now fold it through the mid line, so that half  part of dosa gets folded over the other. (suppose you are  folding to the left side)
  • And press the edges , so that two layer get attached.
  • Now one side of the dosa chatti is empty.(ie..the right side is empty)
  • So apply some ghee  on the right empty side and pour the  batter in the empty right half side of the dosa chatti , with close contact to the middle of first layer.
  • Put the fillings and keep it for some time.
  • Now slowly fold the first layer (from left to right) over the second fillings and press tightly at the ends.
  • Next the empty side is left side. So pour on the left side with contact to the middle line , put fillings and turn to left side.
  • Repeat until as much adukku you need.
  •  When cooled, cut into small pieces.

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