Sago Murukku

When I first heard about ICC Challenge I thought I must join but I was hesitant if I cud or no…. But I told srivalli tht I will join when I m completely ready….. In April when she had recipe ready for ICC sago murukku I decided I must give it a try but was hesitant bcoz I tried murukku only once…. Then priti… posted it in her blog I saw the murukku in almost many blogs so decided to put my hats on to make it…. I made it tht day itself….. its been a month its lying down in my draft I thought lemme not waste time nd lemme post.

The pictorial recipe of Sago Murukku is here : 

I used Half the qtty Srivalli Used

We need:
  • Rice Flour  - 1 cups
  • Besan flour / Gram Flour -  1/4 cup
  • Fried gram flour - 1/4 cup
  • Sago - 1/4 cup
  • Oil-25 gms + for frying  
  • Salt to taste
  • Curd - 25 gms (half of half cup)( My curds ver a bit sour but do not use sour one apart from this everything was ryt in my murukku)
  • Chilly powder - 1/4 tsp or as per taste
Method to prepare :
  1.  Soak the Sago in Butter milk for 3 hrs, I noticed the more we soak less chances of bursting.
  2. Mix all the flour together, heat 25 gms oil, mix to the flour along with salt and chili powder. Then add the buttermilk soaked sago slowly and knead into a chapati dough consistency. 
  3.  Heat oil for deep frying. In the murukku acchu, add the dough. When the oil is hot, press down directly as you do for chaklis/ murukku.
  4.  Cook on medium flame to ensure the murukku is cooked well.

Tastes Yum Yum Face Eating Yellow Smiley Decoration Images when u add lozza loveYellow Smiley Face In Love Decoration Images in it.

Mind me  I was successful in doing the murukku nd my happiness had no bounds JJJJJJ

Ok  time to say C ya,

Signing Off,


Priti said…
Just taking flashback of muruku tht u reminded me...hehe and said yes mine was same time link up my name :p
Priya said…
I tried this murukku many times at home, everytime its a big hit here..crispy murukkus looks prefect and tempting..
looks perfect and crispy !!!!
Sushma Mallya said…
Its come out perfect aps, i have not tasted this type of murukku till now but seems a worth trying one ...
Nithu Bala said…
Crispy and perfect murukku..great snack.. said…
Lovely and crispy .These look delicious a brilliant effort.
Rach said…
Looks so cripsy. Great to snack recipe :)
Asha said…
Delicious, I can even see the those Pearls of sago there, good one.
Aps said…
Thnk U gals for the lovely comments :)
Divya Kudua said…
Crispy and crunchy..looks so pretty with those pearly white spots!!
Kairali sisters said…
Wow, crunchy and yummy murukku..Looks too good Aps..

Kairali sisters
divya said…
looks perfect and crispy !!!!
Yum..Yum..looks very crispy...
Rachana Kothari said…
This looks Wow!!! So crunchy and yummm :-)
Nitha said…
Looks crispy n crunchy... love them..
Yummy Team said…
WOW!! Crispy and tasty murrukku..
Mallugirl said…
never had this but ur recipe looks so simple, have to make it.
Malar Gandhi said…
Murrukku luks very crispieeeeeeeee:)Love it:)
Roopa said…
looks perfect Aps, murukku is one of my fav snacks of all time !
Red Chillies said…
looks delicious and hats off to you for trying this.
Aps said…
Thnk u gals!!!! :) :)
Keep Blogging Keep ROcking :)

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