Saturday, April 7, 2012

Sukhiyan/Moong gram sweet

Sukiyan is one sweet that reminds me of the vacations at my maternal house. My grandmother is a super library and recipe book of old kerala dishes. Even at this age she tries to make all these at home instead of buying from outside and to help her there is my aunt trying to follow each and every steps she says. So they're a team there and we get all the packed goodies once a while. The recipe below is my easy way of doing it. I do it whenever I get that nostalgic wave.


  Ingredients 
  • Cooked moong gram - 1 cup (avoid over cooking)
  • Grated coconut - 1/2 cup
  • Jaggery - 1/2 cup thick liquid (melted in little water and strained to remove dirt if any)
  • Cardamom - 5 pods
  • Cumin - 1/2 tsp
  • All purpose flour - 1/2 cup
  • Rice flour - 1 tbsp
  • Salt - a pinch
  • Oil for deep frying


Method
  • Powder cardamom seeds and cumin. (I used 1 tsp sugar and grinded all three in a mixer)
  • In a thick bottomed vessel pour jaggery. Add grated coconut and cardamom-cumin mix
  • Leave it on low heat until it becomes thick. 
  • Add cooked moong gram. Stir on low heat until the mix becomes dry.
  • Leave it to cool. 
  • When cooled make small gooseberry size balls. 
  • Make a thick batter of all purpose flour and rice flour. Add salt. 
  • Dip the moong balls in it and deep fry


Sending this to 
Raji's & Pari's Snacks and starters
Evening snacks recipes @ Dr sameena's
Gayathris's event @ Rasi's  space WTML


13 comments:

  1. Reshmi, adipoli......i too luv this so much...yummy

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  2. Nice authentic recipe... Would love to have this...

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  3. Parcel pls... mouth watering :)

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  4. I`ve never tried anything like this, but it looks super tasty! I should definitely try this!

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  5. innovative n interesting sweet....have a happy weekend dear..
    Maha

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  6. Look delicious
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  7. Looks great! So popular in Kerala...

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  8. Thanks for another wonderful entry Reshmi..love this snack anytime.

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  9. Looks good, I do this with chana dal..

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  10. thanks for sending this to kerala kitchen...this is my hubbys fave snack

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  11. they make this only on special occasions.. i love this.. thanks so much for linking this :).. reminds me of my patti too!

    Ongoing Event : WTML

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