Tuesday, September 14, 2010

SUKHIYAN

This is made using either Moong dal or Green gram.
If you are using Moong dal, then slightly dry roast the Moong dal and then soak in water for an hour. Roasting gives a nice flavour.
In this post, I used Green gram.

 INGREDIENTS:

Green gram------------------- 1 cup ( soaked in water for an hr and pressure cook it)
Jaggery------------------------ 2 large pieces
Water-------------------------- 1/2 cup
Cardamom powder---------- a pinch
Grated coconut--------------  1 cup
Ghee---------------------------- 1 tbsp
Oil------------------------------- for frying
All purpose flour(Maida)-- 1 cup
Baking powder---------------  1/2 tsp
Rice flour----------------------  2 tsp
Salt------------------------------ a pinch (or to taste)

METHOD:
  1. Boil the green gram and drain it.
  2. In a medium heat pan add a tbsp of ghee and roast the grated coconut to slightly golden brown.
  3. Melt jaggery in 1/2 cup of boiling water.
  4. Now, mix in the roasted coconut and melted jaggery in a bowl. Add cardamom powder to it.
  5. Next, in a flat pan stir in cooked green gram and coconut and jaggery mixture. Bring the heat to medium high and keep stirring, till all water is evaporated .
  6. Let it cool. Then make balls or dumplings .
  7. Now prepare the batter. For this, mix Maida, rice flour , baking powder and salt. Then add needed water and mix it without lumps. The batter should be thick.
  8. Next, dip each dumpling in the batter and fry in oil till the colour changes to slight golden brown. Do this in medium heat.


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9 comments:

  1. Usually i do sukhiyan with channadal, greengrams sounds very interesting and yummy..

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  2. Suzhiyan with greengram is very new to me..We make suzhiyan with channa dhal...first time to your blog..happy to follow you..
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  3. Soyyam is a delicacy during Diwali for us.Love your soyyam...Looks perfect...

    Pushpa @ simplehomefood.com

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  4. suzhiyam luks very nice sowmya,love the stuffing.

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  5. I make this with chana dal SO it';s new thing that I have learned today here that it can made by greengram also. Yummy stuffing

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  6. These look absolutely delicious ..Great recipe !!

    Best Regards
    Sulagna
    http://e-senseofspicenfragrance-sulagna.blogspot.com/

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  7. this is something i really love for an evening chai!!! i am making it at home .....

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  8. A very new n interesting recipe..will love to try sometime !!
    nice to have come across you site, hope to come more often.
    Do drop by my space sometime.
    best wishes.
    Aipi
    US Masala

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