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Local Family Appetizer

Pani Walalu

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120 Min
Intermediate

Ingredients

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20 Portions
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250 g
White Ulundu
1.5 cups
Rice
2 tbsp
MAGGI coconut milk powder
1 cup
Oil, coconut
2 g
Salt, table
2 cups
Sugar
1 cup
Water
2 g
Rose Hips, wild (Northern Plains Indians)

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Nutrition Value

Energy
256.54 kcal
Protein
2.98 g
Sodium
45.56 mg
Carbohydrates
33.26 g
Fiber
2.27 g
Fats
12.54 g
Information per serving
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Instructions

120 Minutes
1st Step
10 Min
Grind the Ulundu with1/4th the amount of MAGGI Coconut Milk.
2nd Step
4 Min
Mix the ground Ulundu, rice flour and the remaining MAGGI Coconut Milk to make the thick batter.
3rd Step
60 Min
Leave to rise for 1 hour.
4th Step
6 Min
Heat the coconut oil till medium hot.
5th Step
10 Min
Using the hole in the cloth as a nozzle squeeze the batter to the oil in circular motions to make a coiled pattern.
6th Step
6 Min
Fry until golden brown.
7th Step
8 Min
Meanwhile boil water and add sugar and rose essence until small bubbles can be seen erupting out of the liquid. Do not overheat.
8th Step
4 Min
Dip the coils in hot sugar syrup after draining the oil and allow it to soak for a few minutes.
9th Step
12 Min
Take out the Pani Walalu coils and store in a pot filled with treacle for up to a week.
Pani Walalu

1st Step of 9

Grind the Ulundu with1/4th the amount of MAGGI Coconut Milk.

Pani Walalu

2nd Step of 9

Mix the ground Ulundu, rice flour and the remaining MAGGI Coconut Milk to make the thick batter.

Pani Walalu

3rd Step of 9

Leave to rise for 1 hour.

Pani Walalu

4th Step of 9

Heat the coconut oil till medium hot.

Pani Walalu

5th Step of 9

Using the hole in the cloth as a nozzle squeeze the batter to the oil in circular motions to make a coiled pattern.

Pani Walalu

6th Step of 9

Fry until golden brown.

Pani Walalu

7th Step of 9

Meanwhile boil water and add sugar and rose essence until small bubbles can be seen erupting out of the liquid. Do not overheat.

Pani Walalu

8th Step of 9

Dip the coils in hot sugar syrup after draining the oil and allow it to soak for a few minutes.

Pani Walalu

9th Step of 9

Take out the Pani Walalu coils and store in a pot filled with treacle for up to a week.

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