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  • It's that time of year again where you can eat all the kokis you want and no one can judge you! So instead of buying tons of it (which will save you time, but still), why not make some at home.

Difficulty rating 3/5 Serves 30 Takes 01:15

It's Avrudu! Let's get down to making kavili.


  • grams of Rice Flour
  • tbsp of Sugar
  • Eggs
  • cups of Coconut Milk
  • tbsp of Turmeric Powder
  • tsp of Salt


  • 1 Kokis Cutter
  • 1 Bowl
  • 1 Thaatchi


  • Put the flour, salt, turmeric powder in a bowl and mix. Mix the eggs and coconut milk in to it until it forms a smooth batter.
  • Fill the thaachchiya with oil and heat it up.
  • Dip the Kokis cutter in the hot oil.
  • Once they are heated dip them in the batter - the batter will stick to its surface.
  • Immerse into the hot oil.
  • Use a thin stick to gently remove the stiff batter from the cutter.
  • Let the Kokis deep-fry till golden brown.

(You can also get adventurous and mix some chilli into the batter). Enjoy!


Make sure Kokis cutter is hot before you dip into the batter.

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