Diwali and no adhirasam? Ask any South Indian! Most likely the reply will be “chance illai”. Adhirasam or athirasam as it is called in Tamilnadu is a favourite of many of us. In Telegu, it is known as ariselu. This adhirasam sweet made out of rice flour and jaggery is like no other sweet. Though the ingredients required to make adhirasam maavu or adhirasam dough are few, to make adhirasam is an art. Many have tried and given up making adhirasam as the adhirasam turn out hard or they just break in hot oil and others don’t try it out for fear of failing. But no worries now. At Desilicious Kitchen, we have shown a complete guide on how to make perfect adhirasam.
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For Adhirasam you cannot use store-bought rice flour. We need flour made from wet rice. This is a very important tip. flour made from wet rice makes for soft adhirasams.