Alisa - Aleesa In Malabar Style

Alisa-Aleesa is serves as a starter dish of marriage ceremonies in north kerala region.It is prepared by cooking whole husked wheat with coconut milk and seasoned with fried onion,cashew nuts and raisins.Usually we prepare aleesa in a non-veg version,but here we have prepared with vegetarian version.

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Alisa - Aleesa In Malabar Style

Alisa-Aleesa is serves as a starter dish of marriage ceremonies in north kerala region.It is prepared by cooking whole husked wheat with coconut milk and seasoned with fried onion,cashew nuts and raisins.Usually we prepare aleesa in a non-veg version,but here we have prepared with vegetarian version.

Category : Vegetarian, Breakfast

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By Adeela Shamnas

Published On: 24 Mar 2017

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Step 1 Alisa - Aleesa In Malabar Style Recipe

Step 1

Take a pressure cooker,add wheat,shallots,pepper corn,cardamom,cinnaon stick,salt and water as required.cook for 1 hour or unti it become well cooked.

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Step 2 Alisa - Aleesa In Malabar Style Recipe

Step 2

When the wheat is well cooked add thick coconut milk,check the consistency and pour more coconut milk if required.Bring it to boil and remove from the flame.

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Step 3 Alisa - Aleesa In Malabar Style Recipe

Step 3

Heat ghee in a pan and fry onion until golden brown in colour and add cashew nuts,raisins and fry for 1 minute.

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Step 4 Alisa - Aleesa In Malabar Style Recipe

Step 4

Transfer it into a serving plate and pour little ghee fried onion and cashew nuts over it.

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