Monday, July 17, 2023

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 The beauty and sanctity of Number 3

Well....for a simple recipe, I am bringing in such spiritual topics!!! 😊

Trimurti ........Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva

Trishul.........denoting Creation, Preservation and Destruction

Thrayambakam..........the three eyed Shiva, denoting Sath, Chith and Anand

The 3 Devis...Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswathi...

The sacred Triveni Sangam at Prayag of the rivers, Ganga, Yamuna and the Gupth Saraswathi

The sacred Bilva Leaf, which has 3 leaves 

Trikaala Sandhyavandhanam be performed prior to Sunrise, Noon and just before Sunset

The 3 generations' names mentioned during Gaya Srardham..

The three the mangalyam, which a man ties to a woman at the time they both enter the sacred Wedlock......

The 3 Gunas...Sattva, Rajas, Thamas...

The three colors in our National Flag

The three colors in the traffic Signal...

Sa Pa Sa...the shruthi tuning...

The three dimensional effects

The 3 Musketeers

Am the proud GRANDMA of  3 Grandchildren!!!!!!

The 3 Important meals....Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner...

And, similarly……3 very interesting  varieties of Ammini Kozhukkattais

I have already posted Plain and Karamani Ammini kozhukkattais

These are superb and tasty varieties, which transform the plain Amminis into extremely flavorful and colorful ones!!!

The one on top is Sesame & Jaggery Amminis. 

The one on the left is Moong Usili Amminis

The one on the right is Urad Amminis

Kozhukkattai maavu made from store bought Idiyappam flour. 1 cup flour : 1 1/4 cup water. Click here for detailed stepwise instructions.

Kozhukkattai maavu made into small balls, steamed for 12 - 13 minutes. Then allowed to cool, before mixing various mixtures.

Sesame & Jaggery Amminis

For stepwise and detailed pictures of this recipe, please click here. 

Moong Usili Amminis

Details and stepwise pictures and instructions here

Urad Amminis

For stepwise and detailed pictures of this recipe, please click here

So, make these 3 varieties of Ammini kozhukkattais, for neivedhyam, snack or tiffin!!!!

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