Chakkoli is a dish made with rice flour balls and curry spices with meat, usually shrimps. This is a well-known dish among the Muslim population in Kanyakumari District in Tamil Nadu, India. It is a rare traditional dish, and it is usually consumed along with ginger-flavored black tea. Making Chakkoli is a very time-consuming process. The dough for the tiny rice balls is prepared by adding roasted rice flour in boiling water with grated coconut and salt and kneading thoroughly.
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