Special Ela Ada

A traditional Evening Snack

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Special Ela Ada

A traditional Evening Snack

Category : Snacks, Pure-Vegetarian

By Sobha Kesavan

Published On: 10 Aug 2014

Rating: 4
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25 Minutes
Served : 5
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  • Rice Flour : 2 cup
    Grated Coconut : 1 Cup
    Salt : to taste
    Sugar / Jaggery powder
    (only for making sweet Ada) : as reqd
    Plantain leaves : some

Directions (Click image to enlarge it)

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Step 1 Special Ela Ada Recipe

Step 1

Mix the rice flour with water (preferably hot water) and salt and make a dough of it.

Step 2 Special Ela Ada Recipe

Step 2

Take some of the dough and put it in the plantain leaf and spread it within the leaf by applying some coconut oil / ghee / water on the palm.

Step 3 Special Ela Ada Recipe

Step 3

Then put some grated coconut on half part of the spreaded dough .(if need sweet ada, then add some sugar / jaggery powder on top of the coconut)

Step 4 Special Ela Ada Recipe

Step 4

Fold the leaf as shown in the below picture.

Step 5 Special Ela Ada Recipe

Step 5

Heat the dosa making stone or frying pan and place the folded plantain leaf containing the dough, on it and cook it in low flame.

Step 6 Special Ela Ada Recipe

Step 6

After about 5 to 10 minutes, turn the ada to other side and cook it further and when both side of the ada is cooked well take it out from the stone / pan.

Step 7 Special Ela Ada Recipe

Step 7

Take the ada from the leaf and change it into a plate / casserole.

Step 8

This ada can be served with morning / evening tea as tiffin.

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