Thursday, April 15, 2010

Sagu Biyyam Murukku/Sago Murukku~~ICC

Sago Murukku, the name itself tempted me a lot..Last month coz of my poor net connection i couldnt participate our every month's challenge, but this month i was quite ready to prepare this Indian Cooking Challenge without any fail, when Srivalli announced this month's challenge as Sago Murukku, i was quite anxious that how am gonna prepare this crispy snacks as i never ever tried murukku with sago, its was quite a thrilling experience to learn and experiment this crispy snacks since the name sago murukku was quite not familiar for me..But for my surprise i got a medium box of crispy and super delicious murukkus which we didnt stopped munching last weekend..Finally i have prepared this sago murukku yesterday and enjoyed twice already.. This murukku is really very easy for me to prepare anytime as this murukku needs just the soaking sago otherwise its really very easy..I have soaked a small packet of tiny sagos which i got from chinese store and prepared this murukku again yesterday, i have doubled the quantity given by Srivalli and we enjoyed again along with a cup of coffee, even my hubby went to his work with a box of this murukku to munch during his break, Yeah we loved it that much....


2cups Rice flour
1/2cup Gram flour
1/2cup Fried gram flour/pottukadala maavu
1/2cup Sago
1/2cup Buttermilk
3/4tsp Chilly powder
Salt
Oil for frying

Soak the sago in buttermilk for atleast 3hours (soaking time depends upon the size of the sago)sago should be soaked well else they might burst while frying the murukku..Mix all the flours together and heat a 50grms of oil and add the heated oil along with salt and chilly powder to the flours..then add slowly the soaked sago along with the buttermilk and slowly knead them to a soft and stiff dough..

Heat oil for deepfrying ..Drop sufficient dough in a murukku press with any nozzle and squeeze out the dough directly to the hot oil..Fry until they turns golden brown..strain the excess of oil with tissure paper and conserve them in an air-tightened box...

Enjoy with a cup of masala tea..

56 comments:

  1. Very crispy and yummy murukku.Nice click too. Will try and let u know the result.

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  2. Priya,,,Murukku looks soo super n crispy..today only i was thinking abt my amma's murukku ..

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  3. Looks very crispy and delicious. I really miss murukku. We can easily buy them back home. It's very addictive. I better start making. Thanks for sharing. MaryMoh at http://www.keeplearningkeepsmiling.com

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  4. Priya,,,kandippa verum vayathoedayae vaanga appathaan neenga nirya sapda mudium,,, India la irukkum poedhu idly oeda arumaye therila poedhum poedhumnu irukkum, ippo Idli naa periya saapada theriyuthu enakku.

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  5. lovely crisp murukku...yet to post my murukku for event!

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  6. Looks perfect Priya...u had made it again..hmm interesting..

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  7. Your preparation looks yumy too :) How long did they last? In my home it got over in a couple of days :) Thanks for visiting my blog :)

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  8. Crispy and crunchy murukku...

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  9. This has come out perfect for your :) I too love musrukku a lot priya,but lastly i made only for diwali,now every one tempting me to do !

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  10. perfect murukku..looks crispy and ummy...

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  11. Murukku making my mouth watering....mm..yummy

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  12. முறுக்கு நல்ல க்ரிஸ்பியா சூப்பராயிருக்கு...

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  13. Crispy and yummy murukku, perfect evening snack.

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  14. looks crispy and my fav snack anytime...

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  15. Wow! Everyone must have finished this! This is so lovely! Awesome!

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  16. crispy! pass me some Priya :)

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  17. Those turned out quite good, looks nice and crispy.

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  18. அருமையாக மிகவும் கிரிஸ்பியாக இருக்கின்றது...வித்தியசமான குறிப்பு...சூப்பர்ப்...

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  19. They look crispy & delicious! I am yet to make the murukus... I soaked the sago yesterday but could not make them... will try to make them today..

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  20. Very crispy murukku for sure' never tried sago murukku so far', bet it tasted great.

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  21. yum yum...they seem to be very crispy and tasty for sure..

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  22. a different twist to the traditional preparation of murukku but definitely worth trying..crunchy murukku to be munching away:)nice entry for the ICC

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  23. I have been planning to give murukku a shot for a long time now ,got to do it asap.Crispy n a great evening snack to munch priya.

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  24. Murukku looks crispy and perfect Priya.

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  25. Yummy moru moru muruku........excellent with hot tea

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  26. They look crispy and delicious.

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  27. Crunchy snacks. Must enjoy with cup of Chai on rainy day.

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  28. Hi Priya, ur tiny sago have completely disappeared in the muruku. The muruku looks nicely crisp.

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  29. Nice, yummy and crunchy...
    Smitha

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  30. way too tempting..guess you enjoyed the challenge..

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  31. Your murukku has come out really well...looks very crisp.

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  32. Murukku looks crispy and tasty..

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  33. Looks yummy and crunchy, Priya. It was indeed prefect evening snack.

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  34. Looks crispy & delicious.Nice click.

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  35. Priya,

    Murukku looks yummy and delicious. I enjoy making too.

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  36. Addition of sago made it more tastier, right?

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  37. Murukkus look so crispy and yum Priya :)

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  38. Priya, they have come very very well. Looks really crunchy.

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  39. Never tried murukku with sagu! looks crispy and crunchy!

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  40. wow Priya!!!
    Those look so yummy and crunchy.
    Great job.

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  41. Priya, good to hear that you did not have any bursting episodes.

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  42. Wow, they are perfect looking sago murrukku!

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  43. wow..yummy murukku...looks crispy and tempting !!!!

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  44. Muruku looks lovely, crunchy and nice!!, thanks for the comments dear!

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  45. அட ஜவ்வரிசியில் முறுக்கா அருமை வித்தியாசமாக இருக்கு, நான் தேன் குழல், மற்றும் மனங்கொம்பு, கடலைமாவு முருக்கு செய்வேன்.

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  46. wow nice cripsy murukkus priya..nice with addtion of sago

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  47. they hv come out really good..

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  48. Looks perfect!..thanks for joining..:)

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