Thursday, May 10, 2012

Sago Fryums / Sabubiyam Odiyalu / Javarisi Vadam

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Crunchy and crispy fryums is for sure the favorite of kids. why not adults?!!! I simply love it with sambhar rice :)

There are many varieties and shapes of fryums, but this is my most favorite one. The tiny balls make it look extra attractive.

My mil's mom had come and making these fryums is her forte :) She made it just like a breeze and I loved learning it from her and helping her out in the process.

It is so simple to make them at home and this is the right season to do it too. It super hot summer and it hardly takes few hours to make and two days to get it done completely. Grab the chance right now and I am sure you would make it and enjoy them as well :)

We also made two other varieties which I shall post soon :)

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Ingredients:

Sago - 2 cups
Water - 10 cups
Green chillies - 10
Asafoetida - 1 tsp
Salt - for taste
Food color of your choice

Plastic sheets to dry the fryums.

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Method:

Take the water and sago in a heavy bottomed vessel and cook on medium flame until it is 3/4th done. The sago would become big in size and would become almost transparent. This process could take around 20 - 30 mins.

Remove from flame and close the vessel with a lid.

Grind the chillies coarsely.

Add salt, asafoetida and coarsely ground chillies and mix well. Finally add the food color you require and mix well.

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Spread plastic sheets on the ground, under direct sun light. Spread half a ladle of the above made mixture into a circular shape. Do the same until all the batter is done.

Allow this to dry for two days under hot sun. Peal them out from the plastic sheet and dry it on a plate for two more days until it is completely dry.

Store in air tight containers.

Fry them in hot oil and enjoy eating crispy sago fryums :)

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Note:

Try eating one when it is half dried ;P you would love it for sure.

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Written by: Nithya
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29 comments:

Sudha Sabarish said...

This is one of my fav odiyalu.My mom use to prepare this regulary in summer.I use to munch on it instead of snacks.Love it.

Vidhya said...

Weather is hot here too.. This post reminds me, I should also go get javarisi from Indian store... awesome colors

ramya anand said...

When I was a kid I loved eating the half dried ones.me and my my sis would eat 3/4 of the vadam before its totally dried..sago vadam looks colorful and yumm..

REYAH said...

wow, this is new...i love to try this.

REYAH'S KITCHEN

Satya said...

super vadiyalu...these r my favorite too ...love the clicks ..
Super Yummy Recipes

Chitra said...

My mil is vadam specialist. Urs reminded her preparation :)

Hari Chandana said...

Perfect and tempting vadiyalu.. Awesome shots as usual !!
Indian Cuisine

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Delicious and crispy looking snack. Loved the look of it.

Deepa

Shobha said...

I remember helping mom making them when I was a kid.. here we don't have enough sunlight and open space to dry them.
They are so tasty and irresistible..

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Mom used to make this...Love this...You have used cute colors..

sailuspassion said...

great combo these odiyalu with sambhar

Zari(Nilam) said...

lovely.....my daughter's favorite.

Spice up the Curry said...

this one is my fav. nice photos

Rinku Naveen said...

Love fryums. Can go on having them.Nice colours.

Poornima Nair said...

Its been so long since Ive had this. Love the colors. My uncle in ahmedabad would make a huge batch for us, was our fav snack!

Kanchan said...

My work friend told me about this recipe and how easy it is to prepare .. now i trust her :), colors look perfect.

ANU said...

wow luv it dear...and awesome clicks...

Shabitha Karthikeyan said...

It is been so long since we made it at home. Lovely colors and crispy vadams.

Jayasri Ravi said...

They are so tasty with more chadam, my favourite, still waiting for the sun to show up so i can make them, i don't use colours, i use natural flavourings i have a blog post, do check when you have time.., as always beautiful clicks

Priya said...

Makes me nostalgic, missing all those summer days..Prefect fryums.pack me some Nithya.

Parita said...

so cute presentation..very summery!

Anshie said...

Incrdible pics.. yummy fryums!

Square Meals said...

Lovely dish and superb pictures :-)

Aparna

Rumana Rawat said...

Superb pictures dear...

M D said...

Beautiful! Love fryums with curd rice. I love the spicy ones... real spicy I mean! This one must be yum too!

Purabi Naha said...

Really mouth-watering! Loved the clicks and the recipe!! Bookmarked...
http://cosmopolitancurrymania.blogspot.com

Suja said...

I love this vadam any time...half dried is always yummy...

Suryaprabha Parthasarathy said...

My fav vadam. Love it with rasam rice. Good job!!

Sharmilee! :) said...

Crispy vadams..looks yum!

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