A traditional sweet that hails from the state of Karnataka
Much like pancakes and doughnuts, dumplings are an almost universal type of food. Just a pocket of dough filled with a sweet or savoury filling, there are lots of different types of dumplings around the world.
Kadubu is one such traditional dumpling that hails from the state of Karnataka, India. Kabudu excels in the segment of flavours as it has two versions, one is Sihi Kadubu meaning Sweet dumplings and other one is Kara Kadubu (spicy dumplings). Sweet Dumplings has coconut - jaggery as a filling and savoury dumplings have lentils, herbs and spices as its filling. These steamed rice dumplings make a healthy and protein packed breakfast recipe.
Today, we will be preparing the Sihi Kadubu, which is the sweet variant of this dish because it's normal for people with a sweet tooth to crave sugar—that is, after all, what having a sweet tooth means!
A Short Story Of Dumplings
Dumplings have been around for a long time in the cuisines of many different cultures. The first dumpling recipe appeared in a Roman cookery manuscript called Apicius, which was assumed to have been written sometime in around A.D. 400, and archeologists have found evidence of dumplings being eaten in China during the Tang dynasty and in Switzerland as far back as 3,600 B.C..
Cooking Time: 40 Mins
Procedure for the preparation of Sihi Kadubu:
Kara Kadubu and Sihi Kadubu are mainly prepared during Ganesha Chaturthi, Vara Mahalakshmi and Nagar Panchami festivals and offered to God. So it is popular during festivals and is made in large quantities for the entire family. So, this Ganesh Chaturthi makes this Sweet and juicy dumpling for your loved ones.