My response to all the comments abt Kova Kobbari Laddo.
Thank you all. The reason why I have not replied for so long is I have been trying to see how long I can stay away from my own blog.:):)Lasted all of 4 days.:):). For all who want to make these, It's not hard at all. Its fairly simple process and uses even more simple ingredients. All you need is a little patience. CD, Can i list this one as Low-Oxalate?? And do try them out when you have some time. I highly recommend it for you. Lakshmi, Anjali, RP,Vineela,KA,Tanuja Thank you guys. I get a kick of reading all your comments. :). You say that it is my "blog fuel". Wheresmymind, If U like macaroons, you cant go wrong with these. You will surely like them. Karthi, I know the kova kajjikaya you are talking about. and you got the name exactly right!!!!!Its different from this. Kova is used as stuffing in that I have used kova as covering. L2C, I know what you mean. He is held as an example in my house too.:) Jasmine, Its so amazing to see one spice being used in so many different ways by different people right? I am learing so much from all the blogs. Genevive, I am not sure if you can buy something like this from a store. If you decide to make it, I promise you will not be disappointed. Sailu, What a compliment!!!!!!!!!. I am honored. Indira, my parents live in Punjagutta, very close to the pulla reddy store in Somajiguda. We can walk there. Two of my cousins are coming form India today and stopping over in our place for a couple of days. I am HOPING that they will carry some pulla reddy sweets. :) Lera, You got carried away by the pictures!!!!.I am just kidding:):). The post has the recipe for kova. Its very simple.