Kube Mutlin with Coconut

Mangalore - Goa - Seafood

 You can substitute chicken or mutton for "kube".


Quantity Measure Ingredients Description
10 Large Chillies Red Dry For Grinding
100 Nos Cockles (Kube) Wash, clean and boil
1, 1/2 Nos Coconut For Grinding
  As Required Cooking Oil For frying
2 Tablespoon Coriander/Dhania For Grinding
4 Flakes Garlic For Grinding
1 Teaspoon Jeera/Cumin Seeds For Grinding
1 Teaspoon Mustard Seed For Grinding
1/2 Small Onion For Seasoning
1 Medium Onion For Grinding
6 Nos Pepper Corns For Grinding
250 - 1000 Grammes Rice, Boiled (ukda chawal) Cook and Steam (Use according to your need.)
  As Required Salt For Taste
  Little Tamarind For Grinding
1 Piece Turmeric/Haldi Small piece, For Grinding



Wash and soak the rice for one hour. Grind it fine with salt to taste. The dough should be sufficiently dry and soft. Keep the dough on fire, stir continuously till it is dry. Then make small dumplings of even size. Steam for about half an hour till cooked.


Wash the cockles well, open them in two halves, separating the two shells and bring the flesh on to one shell. Alternatively, you can boil the cockles and when cooked, the cockles will open. Remove the shell with the flesh and discard the other. You may also save the liquid left over after boiling the cockles.
Roast chillies, sliced onions, coriander, and half scraped coconut. And extract one cup thick juice, and three cops of thin juice out of one coconut. Grind all the masala including the roasted coconut in the thin juice.
Warm ghee or oil, put in half sliced onion and fry. Then add masala and its liquid. Put the cockles liquid also. When boiled well, put in the rice dumplings. After five minutes add cockes, and lastly thick coconut juice. Simmer for a few minutes.
Add salt to taste.

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