Sunday, May 2, 2010

Sweet Sev / Sweet Murukku


Ingredients :
Chick Pea Flour / Besan / Senaga pindi - 1 cup
Hot oil / Butter - 2 tbsp
Grated Jaggary - 1 cup
Oil for deep fry
Murukku maker
Method :
1.In mixing bowl add flour,pour the hot oil on the top of the flour.mix well and add water make a soft dough.
2.In a wok heat the oil for deep fry.
3.Take  murukku maker use medium sized holes mold,fill the dough in murukku maker and close it.
4.When oil heat.hold the maker,with other hand press or rotate the maker to fall the dough like noodles and slowly move into the circular motion.
5.Fry both side sev till it turned into light golden color.
6.Remove from the oil,drain into tissue to observe excess oil and let it cool.Then crush the sev into small pieces.
 Step By Step Pix For Sev
Jagary Syrup  :
7.Now Prepare Jaggary syrup.In a cooking pan add jaggary and few water,dissolve the jagarry in water,remove impurities.cook the jagary till the syrup become thick.To know the consistency take a small bit from the syrup drop it into a glass of water,if the syrup dissolve in the water need to continue the process.if the bit form as ball,then the syrup is done.turn off the flame.
 Step By Step Pix For Jaggary Syrup
8.Now add the crushed sev to jaggery syrup stir well.after few the sev will separate.
9.Keep it in airtight container to store longtime.....

44 comments:

VineelaSiva said...

Wow nice recipe swapna.My grandma used to prepare the sweet murukku.I never tried this.will try soon.Thank u for sharing with us.

Nithu Bala said...

great recipe Dear..just get to taste it in one of my friends place but never thought of giving a try..will try sometime..loved the pictures too...

Gita Jaishankar said...

Sweet murukku is new to me...looks very crispy dear....nice clicks :)

Kalai said...

Wow Spicy and sweet crunchy Murrukku! Never tried it or tasted it. Will try this sometime!

Jay said...

This is wonderful buddy. You have managed to cook a awesome classic. Lovely clicks.

Cool Lassi(e) said...

Nice sweet murukku.I would have never guessed it was sweet if you haven't mentioned it. Looks perfect!

Ms.Chitchat said...

Perfect sweet murukku,although never tried at home. We used to make cones of this and keep for weddings or any auspicious occasions. Clicks are good.

shahana said...

Sounds so yummy!nice presentation!

Swathi said...

Swapna,
Sweet murukku lookw really awesome. I like very much. I need to make some time.

Sushma Mallya said...

Never heard of sweeter version of murukku, using jaggary is such a new thing...but looks very yum, perfect snack

Hari Chandana said...

I too make this recipe.. looks perfect n tempting!!

Aruna Manikandan said...

Yummy murukku dear...
Will try this soon :-)

Priya said...

Sweet sev looks super delicious and my fav...beautiful presentation dear!

Krishnaveni said...

tempting recipe. great presentation

SathyaSridhar said...

Sweet sev is new to me dear,,ur's came out nice looks crispy n like caramelised sev..

simply.food said...

Never tried sweet murruku before ,these sound delicious nad perfect.Beautifully illustrated with step by step instructions.

Life is beautiful!!! said...

This is my grand mom's favourite...you get them in shops in Sivagasi, Sathur area...I just loved your post. My grandma used to make it using sugar syrup.

kamalabhoopathy said...

Looks yum.

Smitha said...

Yummy.... brings back childhood memories!!

Swapna Sree said...

Thank you all for your comments.....

Panchpakwan said...

OMG!! i love these..
Jaggery syrup is very tough to make..Everything depends on it..
But you made it so perfect..Hat off to you..

Thanks a ton for sharing this recipe.

Ramya said...

This is my fave!!Looks yumm!!

Pavithra said...

Beautiful and mouthwatering snack.. looks so yummy and ur platting is awesome too...

Jagruti said...

Never heard or seen sweet sev..looks tempting..must have tasted yummy..

Alisa said...

I love your step by step photos, it will really help me when I try making this dish.Your site is really wonderful,If you wont mind I'd love to guide Foodista readers to this post.Just add the foodista widget to the end of this post and it's all set, Thanks!

Faiza Ali said...

never tasted sweet murukku..must try next time...looks soo tempting dear.

knk said...

wow looks making this snack item is very easy i had this this is very crispy my mom did it but not the same process i like this post

craftlicious said...

Wow this looks yummy
i love blog esply your food display
keep the good work up

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Shahana

sangi said...

my mouth is watering just looking at these pictures...luv it dear..tnx 4 sharing

Divya Vikram said...

Have never tried making sweet murukku. Looks crispy and perfect.

arthi said...

I love this murukku..but have never tried..nice clicks :)

Preeti Kashyap said...

sweet murku is something new to me...looks yummy!

Chetana said...

Hey Swapna,
First time to ur lovely space...liked the yum murrukku n ur cool presentation.
Chetana.
www.myrecipegalore.blogspot.com

Swapna Sree said...

Thank you all for your comments.....
@Thank you Alisa for visiting my blog....I will try to add your widget....

@Thanks craftlicious for visiting my blog....I loved your space and your crafts.....

@ Chetana for visiting my blog....will visit your space too....

Hamaree Rasoi said...

First time I'm seeing sweeter version of murukku. These are so difficult to make. Hats off to you for pulling it off so well!!! Looks perfect dear

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

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Welles Tan said...

Interesting blogging! Nice photo!

Hailey N said...

Nice stuff here! I appreciate hearing your thoughts.

Swapna Sree said...

Thank you all for lovely comments...

snapscanspeak said...

I like this sort of Indian bloggers.,..

dining tables said...

I really wanted to try making this one out of scratch. I can't wait! Thanks a lot.

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