Monday, November 19, 2012

Sago Murukku / Javvarisi Murukku

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Generally I require fried food like murukku or chips only when I eat sambar or rasam rice. In fact it has so much become a habit to eat rice with these fried stuff, that now I am not able to eat either of them plain :P 

There are few exceptions to the above habit and one of it is this murukku. This tangy murukku that mom made for diwali has really become a hit. Its so nice to have at tea time and while it is chill outside. It has the subtle spice along with the tang of curd and lemon and definitely a hint of sago taste which makes it really unique. 

I am sure it sounds pretty new to a lot of you here just like how it was for me and I thoroughly enjoyed eating them. Come on, lets do 'same pinch' once you try it out :)

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Ingredients:

Sago / Javarrisi / Sabudana - 1 cup
Curd - 1 1/2 cups
Rice flour - 3 cups (aprox)
Green chillies - 10
Lemon juice - 2 limes (optional)
Asafoetida - a pinch
Salt - for taste
Oil - 1/3 cup

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Method:

Soak sago in curd over night. 

Grind it into a smooth paste along with green chillies, salt and asafoetida. If its too dry, add 1/2 cup of curd and grind it into a smooth paste. Don't add water while grinding. 

Now take the ground paste into a large mixing plate and add rice flour to it, little by little and mix well. Keep adding rice flour and kneed it until it is firm enough to squeeze while it is put in the murukku maker.  This quantity would approximately take in 3 cups of rice flour. 

Heat 1/3 cup of oil and add it to the dough along with lemon juice and kneed again. 

Now put the dough into the murukku maker and squeeze in hot oil. Keep the flame in lower medium and fry until it is crisp and golden evenly. 

Remove from oil and pat it dry on a news paper. 

Store in air tight containers and enjoy the murukku for a week :)

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Written by: Nithya
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15 comments:

Suman Arthy said...

Wow such a different and unique muruku...

APARNARAJESHKUMAR said...

very different :) now a days i am also addict to murukku :)

divya said...

Looks so yummy!! Nice inviting clicks..

Mina Joshi said...

Never used sago for murruku. But I like the idea as it must help bind the rice flour.

Angie's Recipes said...

Never had sago prepared this way..so very interesting and tempting!

Faseela Noushad said...

murkku with sago....great

Kitchen Queen said...

Very different murukku.
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priya satheesh said...

wow...Interesting n very innovative!

Priya said...

Quite different from mine, beautifully done Nithya.Will definitely give a try.

Mayuri's jikoni said...

will definitely try out this recipe as my husband is allergic to chickpea flour and can't have the normal murukku.

Zareena said...

My mom prepares this and my fav one. Nice presentation...

Nivedhanams Sowmya said...

a very unique and interesting murukku!!! love the combination of bw and color shades in the same pictures!!!
Sowmya
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Archana Potdar said...

Looks delicious.Now that all the Diwali sweets are over I can make some of these.
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Sharmilee! :) said...

Looks very different...nice twist to the usual murukku...tangy and yummy

Pathma Annamalai said...

the muruku looks unique, never tried with sago but why use lemon juice?




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