Thursday, April 14, 2011

Suzhiyam/Maida Sweet Balls - தமிழ் புத்தாண்டு நல் வாழ்த்துக்கள்


   Wishing You All a Very Happy Tamil New Year 2011.Suzhiyam/Kalla paniyaram is traditional south indian sweet..My mom n grandma use to make this for Feast n Padaiyal. I love this very much i use to eat lot during my childhood days,but now because of toothache and health conscious i m not able to eat any of my favorite sweets. This is my 1st try..This is my 150th Post !
jaggery and chana dal mixture dipped in maida batter n deep fried...so this not for diet and health conscious people kids can enjoy this ..and once a while for special occasions can enjoy this traditional sweet... right??
Ingredients
  1. Maida   1 cup
  2. Channa dal  1 and 1/4 cup
  3. Jaggery   1 cup
  4. Cardamom   5-6 (powdered)
  5. Nuts (cashew n almonds)    1 fist (finley chopped)
  6. Salt   1/4 tsp
  7. Cooking soda   a small pinch
  8. Turmeric powder   a small pinch
  9. Oil   for deep frying
Method
  • Pressure cook chana dal and allow to cool and keep aside.
  • Powder the jaggery and put the cooked chana dal n jaggery in a blender and blend well to smooth paste without water.
  • Then transfer the grounded paste to a bowl and add chopped nuts and cardamom powder, mix well.
  • Divide it into small lemon size balls (come around 25 balls) and keep aside.
  • Take a wide bowl,add maida,salt,turmeric powder and cooking soda stir well and using water make it to the little thick batter (thicker than bonda mix).
  • Heat oil in a wok for deep frying.
  • When the oil gets really hot,take one ball at a time n dip inthe maida batter and drop carefully in to the hot oil , fry till light brown on both sides.(just like puri for for few minutes only..don't let it in oil for long time).
  • Do for all the balls and drain it in paper towel.
  • Thats it...yummy kalla paniyaram is ready and serve warm.
Note:
If the maida batter is thin ..you will get thin crust...

7 comments:

  1. இதை நாங்க சுழியம்னு சொல்லுவோம்...நல்லாயிருக்கு,எனக்கு ரொமப் பிடீகும்..150வது பதிவுக்கும்,சித்திரை திருநாளுக்கும் வாழ்த்துக்கள்!!

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  2. Wishing you many more milestones. This is really a new recipe to me.Wonderful.

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  3. I did before this Paniyaram in Paniyaram pan.,(Instead of deep frying)..less wrk right :).,

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  4. Paniyaram looks awesome. Never tried this version...must be a great tasting one. Congrats on 150th post...mile stone. Keep up the good work:)

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  5. Nice of you to stop at my place dear and for your sweet comments - Thanks for following, but I don't see you on my list :( can you please change your following settings to public...? thanks dear ans will certainly drop by your space - already following you too :)

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