grinding stone kozhavi

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     · Rotating the kozhavi in the cavity of attukallu crushes the softened grains easily .and it is a common practice to initiate little into this art of grinding early in life so that the overworked mothers have some respite. If it could speak our attukallu would surely have many tales to tell –both poignant and interesting. Tons of grain

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  • Memories and Musings

     · Without mixies all the grinding had to be done on stone the ami-kozhavi for crushing masala and coconuts for curries and the attukal for making batter for dosai etc. Grinding the masala was not very hard but it took somewhere between one-and-a-half and two hours to make dosai batter especially for a large family. It was really a grinding

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  • Madras Day The aatu kallu might still have its day yet

     · But even as you lose some you win some — making a strong comeback riding the organic wave is the enna chekku — places where edible oil is extracted using huge stone pressers.

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  • Reminiscing on Kalathu Podi (Parippu Podi)

     · Process Make sure the ingredients are clean and have no small stone pieces/sand. Roast each one INDIVIDUALLY without burning them. (Add the hing to the horse gram when it gets roasted and take care not to burn it.) Mix everything and let it cool. Put in a blender and blend it to a fine powder.

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  • Thoughts and Voices The Grinding Stone

     · This kozhavi rests with broad end into the attukallu s cavity.The narrower end of the kozhavi is held using the cupped palm over it to move it clockwise for grinding soaked grain.It is an intelligent device to manually grind large quantities of soaked grain into batter.

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  • Chiselling notes fade in sculptors workshopThe Hindu

     · Various forms of grinding stones Ammi Kal Kozhavi Kal Aatu Kal Ural Enthiram have all been replaced by mixer grinder so not many are now engaged in making grinding stones either they said

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    Reminiscing on Kalathu Podi (Parippu Podi)

     · Process Make sure the ingredients are clean and have no small stone pieces/sand. Roast each one INDIVIDUALLY without burning them. (Add the hing to the horse gram when it gets roasted and take care not to burn it.) Mix everything and let it cool. Put in a blender and blend it to a fine powder.

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  • Memories and Musings IILife in Pondicherry 2010

     · Two tablespoons of ghee. Cook the thuvar dal in the pressure cooker. wait for one whistle turn the gas low for 15 minutes. wait till the cooker is well cooled and then only open it. Grind the coconut well in the grinder then add the cooked dal and run the grinder for ten seconds.

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  • Thoughts and Voices

     · Rotating the kozhavi in the cavity of attukallu crushes the softened grains easily .and it is a common practice to initiate little into this art of grinding early in life so that the overworked mothers have some respite. If it could speak our attukallu would surely have many tales to tell –both poignant and interesting. Tons of grain

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  • Memories and Musings

     · Without mixies all the grinding had to be done on stone the ami-kozhavi for crushing masala and coconuts for curries and the attukal for making batter for dosai etc. Grinding the masala was not very hard but it took somewhere between one-and-a-half and two hours to make dosai batter especially for a large family. It was really a grinding experience till wet grinders and mixies started appearing in the

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  • Sacred Cows and Chicken Manchurian The Everyday Politics

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    Not forgotten that painstaking solid-stone grind from

     · Two important devices the aattukkal and the ammikkal both grinding stones used to play important roles.The aattukkal a round wedge-shaped stone with a pit in the middle and a

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  • Memories and Musings

     · Without mixies all the grinding had to be done on stone the ami-kozhavi for crushing masala and coconuts for curries and the attukal for making batter for dosai etc. Grinding the masala was not very hard but it took somewhere between one-and-a-half and two hours to make dosai batter especially for a large family. It was really a grinding

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  • A for AvialSouth Indian Curry Recipe Saffron Trail

     · In modern times the grinding would happen in the chutney jar of the mixer and in older times on a stone built into the end of the kitchen counter with a thick stone kozhavi (rolling pin) with the aid of sprinkles of water. Once the vegetables were

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  • Madras Day The aatu kallu might still have its day yet

     · But even as you lose some you win some — making a strong comeback riding the organic wave is the enna chekku — places where edible oil is extracted using huge stone pressers.

    Experiments in Kailas Kitchen Maa Vilakku Poojai /Paachai

     · To the left keep the Ammi Kozhavi (grinding stone) on a thambalam. First Abhishekam is done for Amman. 1) Nallennai/gingely oil. 2) Elaneer/Coconut water. 3) Paal/Milk. 4) Thayir/Curds. 5) Nellimulli paste (Dried gooseberries soaked in water and ground to

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  • Memories and Musings IILife in Pondicherry 2010

     · Two tablespoons of ghee. Cook the thuvar dal in the pressure cooker. wait for one whistle turn the gas low for 15 minutes. wait till the cooker is well cooled and then only open it. Grind the coconut well in the grinder then add the cooked dal and run the grinder for ten seconds.

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    Hence i was prompted from my usual lurking to posting a comment. One more thing the decked up pseudo baby is no gourd or melon o). It is a carved stone (ammi-kozhavi) that is part of the traditional hand operated blender. It was used traditionaly for grinding spices and condiments that need to

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  • India Ink Bangle CeremonyTypepad

    Hence i was prompted from my usual lurking to posting a comment. One more thing the decked up pseudo baby is no gourd or melon o). It is a carved stone (ammi-kozhavi) that is part of the traditional hand operated blender. It was used traditionaly for grinding spices and condiments that need to

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  • Experiments in Kailas Kitchen Maa Vilakku Poojai /Paachai

     · To the left keep the Ammi Kozhavi (grinding stone) on a thambalam. First Abhishekam is done for Amman. 1) Nallennai/gingely oil. 2) Elaneer/Coconut water. 3) Paal/Milk. 4) Thayir/Curds. 5) Nellimulli paste (Dried gooseberries soaked in water and ground to

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  • Thoughts and Voices

     · Rotating the kozhavi in the cavity of attukallu crushes the softened grains easily .and it is a common practice to initiate little into this art of grinding early in life so that the overworked mothers have some respite. If it could speak our attukallu would surely have many tales to tell –both poignant and interesting. Tons of grain

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  • Chiselling notes fade in sculptors workshopThe Hindu

     · Various forms of grinding stones Ammi Kal Kozhavi Kal Aatu Kal Ural Enthiram have all been replaced by mixer grinder so not many are now engaged in making grinding stones either they said

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     · The Art of Grinding Stone Grinders. Arti s grandmother sat at the aatukal and carefully poured in soaked rice little by little. She then took thekozhavi and began to grind it by moving the hands around over the pit. As the batter rose out of the pit it was

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  • Mamallapuram Breathing magic into stone the sculptors of

     · Utility items for purpuses like the ammi kallu kozhavi kallu aatu kallu and ural are all sculpted out of stones. "But there s no need for these items today.

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  • Reminiscing on Kalathu Podi (Parippu Podi)

     · Process Make sure the ingredients are clean and have no small stone pieces/sand. Roast each one INDIVIDUALLY without burning them. (Add the hing to the horse gram when it gets roasted and take care not to burn it.) Mix everything and let it cool. Put in a blender and blend it to a fine powder.

    Chat Online
  • Memories and Musings

     · Without mixies all the grinding had to be done on stone the ami-kozhavi for crushing masala and coconuts for curries and the attukal for making batter for dosai etc. Grinding the masala was not very hard but it took somewhere between one-and-a-half and two hours to make dosai batter especially for a large family. It was really a grinding

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  • Madras Day The aatu kallu might still have its day yet

     · Do you remember excitedly awaiting your chance to turn that kozhavi a few times every time our grandmother or mother would sit down to grind something Or begging for one chance to

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  • A for AvialSouth Indian Curry Recipe Saffron Trail

     · Some cumin seeds and 2-3 green chillies or more would be ground to a fine paste along with the coconut. In modern times the grinding would happen in the chutney jar of the mixer and in older times on a stone built into the end of the kitchen counter with a thick stone kozhavi (rolling pin) with the aid of sprinkles of water.

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  • blog_title FromIndia

     · The Art of Grinding Stone Grinders. Arti s grandmother sat at the aatukal and carefully poured in soaked rice little by little. She then took thekozhavi and began to grind it by moving the hands around over the pit. As the batter rose out of the pit it was gently pushed back in to be ground again and again into a smooth batter. The process was done with the entire batch of rice. Once the

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