Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Rice flour Æbleskiver sweet and Mancala board game

rice flour snack
Rice flour Æbleskiver sweet (also known as nei paniyaram)

1 cup rice flour *
3/4 cup jaggery
3/4 cup water *
1/4 tsp cardamom ground
1/8 tsp salt optional
1 ripe banana mashed
1 to 2 tbsp ghee to grease the pan *

Melt the jaggery in the water and mix the rice flour or ground rice and banana. Make a smooth thick paste. Heat up an abelskiver pan in medium heat, put about 1/4 tsp of ghee to each hole and put about 1/2 to 3/4 full batter. Flip the snack with a skewer once it is easy to turn it and cook the other side. Enjoy warm.

* For this nei paniyaram (ghee fried snack) I used store bought roasted rice flour, can also used unroasted rice flour or soak the raw rice for about 3 hours then grind it.
* May need to add more or less water depends on if you are using the flour or grinding the rice.
* Can also grease the pan with oil or butter as well.

While enjoying these snacks we played with Mancala.

I bought this Mancala game by Schylling from Amazon. A very ancient game that is addictive and lots of fun. I played this with my grandma and aunts as a child, and buying one brought back lots of wonderful memories of late afternoon fun. This is a solid wooden board with glass beads. The glass beads can be replaced (from any craft or dollar store) if you misplace.
mancala board game
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11 comments:

  1. Two very cool things. I have seen Ebleskiver before and am always completely intrigued.

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  2. I am big fan of rice flour. Nei paniyaram looks delicious. Fun game, sometimes old fashioned games are the best:)

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  3. Hi, never heard this kind of dessert, sounds yummy!

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  4. rice flour sweet sounds so delicious...we too love this kind of games :)

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  5. Koreans have a similar dish, it's called pul-bbang.:) http://www.koreaforniancooking.com/2010/11/recipe-pul-bbang-korean-pancake.html

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  6. This is such a yummy one...I would love to try it..

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  7. Very delicious sweets. doller box looks awesome.

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  8. wow I love it, I have to try it for sure!

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  9. These look delightful! I have never seen this board game before...looks fun :)

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  10. These sound so flavorful...reminds me of my grandma's neyyappam:)

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  11. I haven't played Mancala is forever! It was one of the first games my parents bought us =)

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