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Ariyunda or Rice balls a traditional kerala snack.


  • Row white rice( Pachari ) : 2 cup 
  • Copra or coconut : 1 cup ( take small pieces from copra )

for balls: 

  • Jaggery- 4 to 5
  • Cardamom : 2 to 3

Instructions to prepare putt flour:

In heavy bottom pan ( or uruli) add rice and roast it. Once rice turn its color to brown, off the flame and allow to cool.

Using a mixer make smooth rice powder.

From copra or dry coconut, or you can use coconut itself, take small pieces with a knife. Taking care your hands while doing this.

In a mixer crush the coconut pieces.

Preparation of Jaggery syrup:

In a vessel add jaggery and 1/4 glass water. Make thick syrup. Take care to prepare it without sticking on bottom.

Add cardamom powder into this while making syrup.

Preparing balls:

Into rice flour mix crushed coconut .

Then add jaggery  syrup slowly and make a thick dough.

Then make lemon sized balls from it.

Once cooled serve the ariyunda or rice balls.


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