On Ashadha Amavasya is also called as Deepaanvit Amavasya lamps are worshipped. This simple and delicious recipe where Whole Wheat Flour Lamps are used to worship lamps. A simple and healthy steamed recipe from Maharashtra underlines that even lamp is worshipable.
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Blogging Marathon is a great family place for exchange of recipes, ideas and most importantly comradeship. Each one of us when we are looking for ideas turns to one others blog to hunt for recipes or if you cannot find a specific one we ring each other up.
Last month we had our MegaMarathon and Vaishali had compiled a list for me to follow as I was a last minute entrant. One of the breakfast dishes was Sindhi Koki.
That reminded me of one BM where Vaishali had posted Chawaran ji Koki now that is an interesting way to use leftover cooked rice. Though I made it I never got round to posting it.
This must have been an innovation to use the leftover rice.
For this recipe, you need soft mushy rice so you could either pulse the rice or use the potato masher. I have followed Vaishali’s recipe to the T, but next time plan to use different spices and herbs too.
The Koki is soft and delicious and can be rolled up and eaten. I served with a pickle.