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Choco Steamed Balls Stuffed With Choco Chips n Butterscotch

Very happy to participate in Viji’s and Gat’s “Show me your styles to the world “ Series. Every month 2 ingredients will be listed and have to innovative dishes with that using either one or both. Being valentines month, we got a lovely two ingredients to try.. It’s nothing but yummy chocolates and choco powder. Very perfect for this season, right?  I tried using both the ingredients and prepared this choco steamed balls with choco chips and butterscotch stuffing….It tasted truly divine with the bite of melted chocolate n butterscotch.. I have prepared the outer layer with mild sweet so that it blends well with the choco sauce which was stuffed inside….  A perfect evening snack for kids and of course elders can include this in their menu since it’s made of less sweet..Variations can be done by stuffing dry fruits along with the chocolates to make it more delicious…  



Ingredients :
  • 1 Cup Rice Flour
  • 1 Tbsp Icing Sugar ( or powdered sugar )
  • 2 Tsp Choco Powder
  • Hot Water, as needed
  • ¼ Cup Choco-chips
  • ¼ Cup Butterscotch
  • 1 Tbsp Powdered Sugar, For dusting

Method :
  • Take rice flour in a separate bowl and add Chocó powder and icing sugar.
  • Add hot water little by little and mix slowly to form a dough.  (Do not pour water jus add little by little)
  • Prepare small balls using the rice flour dough.
  • Now take one ball and shape it like a small cup.
  • Fill the cup with few choco chips and butterscotch and close them to form a ball stuffed with choco chips and butterscotch.
  • Repeat the process for remaining balls.
  • Now steam all the stuffed balls in a steamer or idly cooker for 10 minutes.
  • Once done, remove from the flame.
  • Dust with powdered sugar and serve hot.

Variation or Innovation :  Adding chocolates and butterscotch in a choco steamed balls is an innovation in this recipe… Can also be called as choco version of kozhukattai J



Hope you all like this recipe and if you are interested in participating in “ Show me your styles to world “ series…
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Comments

  1. wow Priya, very yummy innovative dish... n thanks for the well explained of our series and really very delicious choco steamed balls...

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  2. interesting recipe sis................ steaming makes it healthy............

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  3. innovative recipe....steaming makes it healthy...

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  4. Very interesting...kids will sure love this.

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  5. Very unique and innovative steamed balls..

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  6. very innovative recipe dear.. neat presentation..

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  7. very innovative recipe n compltely new dear..

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  8. Very unique... Reminds me of kozhukatai... Looks like a fusion of western and eastern flavours

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  9. very innovative recipe dear, cute n delicious so...

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  10. Very innovative Priya..Loved the entire idea and am drooling here.

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  11. Very innovative Priya..Loved the entire idea and am drooling here.

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  12. Luv the way you have steamed and used it making it more healthy. Luv it.

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  13. Yummy and interesting recipe..

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  14. wow..delicious and tempting .

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    in my blog.

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  15. Yummy, Thanks for linking this recipe to my event and using the logo. Expecting more recipes from you

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