Thursday, August 1, 2013

Ragi Sago Fryums/Kezhvaragu Javvarisi Vathal~~Vegan Thursdays

Its been a year, i prepared vathals aka fryums at home, this time i dont want to miss the opportunity to make some homemade fryums since the weather in Paris is super hot since few days.Instead of making usual rice based fryums, i tried my hands in making a healthy version of fryums with ragi aka finger millet and sago. In fact i never tried this, but somehow i want to give a try to this combo, and tried with small quantity of sago and ragi. Trust me, these fryums turned out extremely tremendous and prefect as like the usual sago fryums.

These fried fryums looks cute with a different colour, everyone at home loved munching them, they tastes even more delicious when served along with some hot piping sambhar rice. Next time while making your fryums dont forget to give a try to this ragi sago fryums, am sure you guys will love it.


1cup Sago/Sabudana/Javvairisi
3tbsp Ragi flour
3nos Green chillies (grind as paste)
A pinch Asafoetida powder
6cups Water

Wash the sago and keep aside.

Bring boil water in a heavy bottomed vessel, add the washed sago, salt, let it cook until the sagi becomes transparent.

Meanwhile make a thin paste with ragi flour and enough water.

Finally add the green chilly paste, asafoetida powder,ragi flour paste,give a stir and cook for few minutes,put off the stove.

Once the mixture gets cool completely, it will turns thick.

Spread a plastic sheet and drop a spoonful of this mixture with enough spaces in between and let them dry under the sunlight.

After a day remove the partially dried fryums from the sheet and transfer it to a plate.

Let them dry completely under the sun light for 2-3days.

Once they dried completely store them in an air tightened box.

Fry them in hot oil and enjoy.

23 comments:

  1. Love to have vathal anytime akka.. Addition of ragi to this vathal makes it more interesting..

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  2. Totally new to me, such a healthy choice :)

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  3. Nice healthy snack :) Looks delicious too priya

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  4. Crispy and crunchy looking snack. Wonderfully prepared.
    Deepa

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  5. Delicious and healthy vathal.

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  6. fryums with ragi...sounds good

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  7. Wow this should be great... I always bring vathals from India only

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  8. wow ragi fryums.. pls lend me ur ideas jee..

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  9. looks yumm n super healthy Priya,something to enjoy without the guilt of oil :)

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  10. Very new recipe. I have never tried any fryums before. Looks crispy :)

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  11. Ahh, home made vadams.. I am looking this Akks :)

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  12. very very delicious and crispy snacks akka...

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  13. Home-made vadams are always super.. that too addition of ragi is new to me.. Very healthy fryums..

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  14. Never have I made vathal at home, it's something I thought was a long hard process. You've made it look so simple and with ragi, sound wonderful. Thanks

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  15. Fryums from scratch in Paris!! Now thats an amazing feat!

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