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4/16/2010

Saggu Biyyam Murukku / Sago Murukku / Sabudana Chakli



Indgredients:-

Rice flour-3 cups
Sago/Sgubiyyam-1 cup
Red chilli powder-2 tsp
Seasme seeds-1/2 cup
Butter or Ghee-3 to 4 tbsp
Salt to taste
Oil for deep fry
Water- 2 cups



Method:-


Steam cook the saggubiyyam add water for 5 to 6 whistles.When it cool down.


Mix the riceflour,red chilli powder,salt,sesame seeds and heat butter or ghee add to the flour.Now add cooked saggubiyyam to the flour mix well.Make a soft dough.If u need add some water.
Use the murukku press with star nozzle.
Now put the dough in murukku press and squeeze out over a plate or tissupaper in circular shape.
Now heat oi in a kadai,When oil is hot drop the murkku in the medium hot oil n fry on both sides until they turns brown color and crisp transfer to a tissu paper.

Enjoy.






20 comments:

priya

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SathyaSridhar

Heyy,,Divya. Murukku looks great asusual kalakkeetenga with well illustrated pics..super kalakkareenga paa...

Sushma Mallya

looks crispy and so nicely done too...step wise pics are really so helpful...

Gulmohar

they look so perfect...love to munch on them with a cuppa...

Kanchana Praveen

I Love ur step by step description. Good Creative... Looks yummy!!!!!

Sharmilee! :)

Crispy and perfect murukus!

Malar

hey Divya,
this muruku is really yummy yaar..super demonstration dear

Pavithra Srihari

yeah superb murukku .. it indeed has come out well . was waiting for urs for this step by step pics .

Nithya

Lovely muruku. I love the step by step pics. It will help a lot. :)

Kamalika

lovely and crispy muruku...I always love the step by step followups....BTW the new look of ur site is very attractive...

Divya Vikram

Murukkus look perfect. Awesome snack with tea!

shahana

Looks so crispy!

Priya

Sago murukku looks tooo crispy...

divya

Hello friends thanks for your valuable comments and support.

Aruna Manikandan

Thanks for visiting my space dear :-)
U too have a lovely blog with illustrated recipes...
Murukku sounds new to me and very interesting....

Fathima

nice 'n crispy murruku

knk

wow yummy food i love this actually in my home my mom do this she like it too



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PALATABLE

So crunchy and lovely shaped murukku, well done dear...

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divya

Thanks u all for lovely comments and thanks for visiting my blog.

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