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Sago Muruku - For Indian Cooking Challenge

Sago Muruku - For Indian Cooking Challenge

So here comes my first post for Srivalli's Indian Cooking Challenge, though I wanted to participate for long &  it never happen but this month was quite tempting so I thought why not and here am.  Before moving over to muruku let me declare that what am sharing below might not be upto many of your standards.

I never made muruku before and in my first attempt itself I tried something new, well I do this most of the time :-).  I had issue with muruku shape but what's there in shape ;) all matters is the taste right? And also their were bit hard, I'm not sure where I really went wrong, perhaps need to knead the dough more.





I followed Srivalli's recipe with just little changes required. 

Ingredients:

Rice Flour - 2 cups
Besan/Chickpeas flour - 1/2 cup
Fried gram flour - 1/2 cup [daliya flour]
Sago - 1/2 cup
Salt to taste
Curd - 50 gms (half of half cup)
Chili Powder - 1/2 tsp [according to taste]
Water - 1 1/2 cup [more if required]


Method:

1. Soak Sago in Butter milk for 3 hrs, do ensure that you soak it enough else there's risk having the sago burst.
  •  I soaked the sago for 6hours; first in 1/2 cup buttermilk [buttermilk little more than just covering the sago]  I check the sago after  1 hour and found it has soaked all the buttermilk, so I added 1/2C more water and added another 1/2C water after 2 hours of soaking since the sogo was not fully soaked by then.  So do keep checking the sago or add enough buttermilk.  Though I didn't had any sago bursting problem. 

2. Fried gram flour is daliya/fried chana dal flour.  One can grind daliya at home. For me 1/2C of daliya makes 1/2C+3tbs of daliya flour, so I kept side extra 3tbs of flour.

3. Mix all the flour together, heat 50 gms oil, mix to the flour along with salt and chili powder. Then add the buttermilk soaked sago slowly and knead to a chapati dough consistency.

4. Heat oil for deep frying. In the muruku achu/maker add the dough.

5. When the oil is hot, press down directly rotating the achu/maker forming circle. [Alas....which I couldnt :-( ]

6. Cook on medium flame to ensure the muruku is cooked well.





So here is our Sago Muruku...so the highlight is ofcourse the cute looking sago.



Other Sago (sabudana) Recipes you might like
Enjoy your day...

28 comments:

  1. Nice attempt:) I have never tasted sago murukku,i am seeing fo rfirst time,I am big fan of murukku!

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  2. Thanks for the quick reply Raji...ahh I tried for the 1st time..so couldn't get the shape ..perhaps next time I can make some for U ;)

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  3. Just like u m thinking of joining from a long long time... but couldnt
    They luk super crunchy.... :)

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  4. I have never tried this type of muruku, but looks so crispy and delicious...

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  5. Yummy muruku, looks crispy and delicious.

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  6. I have never seen,heard or eaten this before. Sure to try soon.Looks very tempting dear. i love Murukku very much. Thanks for the tips of soaking the sago.

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  7. Thanks Gals..

    @Suhaina..sure try..and share with us..so we can enjoy the muruku too :)..inbtw u dont reply to mails :(

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  8. Guess u have enjoyed making them na..even i dont bother about the shape Priti, u r absolutely rite about the taste, truly they tasted fabulous and i prepared them already twice..

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  9. looks yummy i missed the cute looking sago in it because i grinded it but the taste was good nonetheless

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  10. oh your murukku looks fab...the sago look like lil pearls!great collection of recipes...will be back to check out more!

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  11. These murukus look delicious.My 1st visit here.Following your blog.

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  12. The sago murukku looks yummy...

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  13. The sago in murukku looks very beautiful :)

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  14. I have not tasted sago murukku till now, looks good!

    http://ruchikacooks.com

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  15. U guys are tempting with sago murruku now. Looks good!

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  16. Oh I love this sago murukku, yumm :))

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  17. muruku look just fine to me... :) as for teh shape, I could not get teh shape either... I thought it was my muruku press..

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  18. The murukku looks so yummy..sure will try this .

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  19. The sago looks so cute, like little pearls!!, lovely crispy murukkus!!

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  20. That's so true, who cares about the shape when it tastes great :D But these look too good Priti. I love sagoo mostly for it's appearance :-)

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  21. came here from srivalli's roundup page. the murukku looks perfect and yummy. glad to follow you..

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  22. Thanks ladies...it's gr8 to see encouraging words :)

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  23. Hi....looks so crunchy and delicious, beautiful click too...

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  24. Wow.. super tempting and a new recipe. Looks yummy

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  25. murukku looks crispy and yummy..

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  26. I've never heard of it before...looks so inviting...yumm!
    enjoyed looking through your blog and
    happy to follow you
    do visit my space when time permits

    Cheers,
    Binitha
    yourstastefully.blogspot.com

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