Sunday, January 9, 2011

Sukhiyan


Sukhiyan is yet another tea time snack of Kerala. It is sweet balls made with green gram dipped in batter and deep fried. It is made somewhat like the bonda but it is a sweet version. This is a simple and easy recipe.

Ingredients

For the batter
Maida- 1 cup
Rava/sooji- 2 tsp
Baking powder- a pinch
salt- a pinch
Egg -1 (optional)
Water- 1 1/2 cup


Filling
Green Gram cooked- 1 1/2 cup
Grated coconut- 3/4 cup
Jaggery powdered- 1/2 cup
Cardamon powder- 1/2 tsp


To prepare the filling dissolve jaggery in half cup of water strain and remove impurities. Heat this liquid and reduce to one thread consistency. Add coconut and cooked green gram and cook till all water is evaporated and it leaves edges of the pan to become one mass. Add cardamon powder and allow to cool. Make small balls and keep aside.
Mix all the ingredients under batter to form a smooth batter ( Idli consistency). If you like a softer and crunchier outer crust you can add egg. Heat oil in a pan and dip these ball one by one and drop carefully into the oil and deep fry. Strain in paper towel and serve.

Try this..
Hope you will all enjoy..

34 comments:

  1. Feel like having some rite now, my favourite sukhiyan..

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  2. We call this soyyam,looks super yummy Suja.

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  3. My mother makes this also..My favorite..
    Thanks for sharing..

    RecipeRaaga

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  4. This is so new to me...looks awesome and yumm.

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  5. Sukhiyan,I love the name and the look and the sound of it and can bet on the taste as well.South of India has so many amazing ways to make sweets and they also have such healthy ingredients,these would definately take away half the guilt that usually comes with desserts & sweets :)

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  6. Love this sukiyan very much. we say it as susiyam. Awesome pictures dear.

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  7. Great snack, this reminds of mum version made without egg, yummy...

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  8. Simply YUMMY. Wish I could grab one of those.
    Thanks for sharing Suja :)


    US Masala

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  9. I think I had this...looks yum ...feeling like grabbing those ;)

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  10. Suja, we call it as suzhiyan.Mom prepares in same way .......u made me think those days

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  11. suja adipoli ente fav anithu looks superbbb

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  12. Hey we too make this but a different version! This sounds and looks great too!

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  13. sukhiyan with tea..yum...wish to have it now....

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  14. Love them...I wish I was your neighbor :-)

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  15. You put so much love and time in everything you make. Your family is blessed to have you.

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  16. this is new looks great...lovely finger food :)

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  17. perfect sukhiyan! love the click..

    Also,there is a small giveaway in my blog.. Do participate in it!

    http://rasoithekitchen.blogspot.com/

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  18. Ahha, sukhiyan adipoli..Pictureum superb!!

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  19. It looks out of the world. I have all the ingredients at home, I shall try to make it this weekend.

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  20. Kidukkan sukhiyan..Natil avumpol enikishtalarunnu, but epol ente fav anithu...Njan undaki nokame...

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  21. adipoli....perfect with a cup of tea..

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  22. my fav, tea time snack in our hostel during college days, yumm

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  23. Adipoli suja!! this is my all time fav..wish to taste rite now!!

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  24. I never heard of this before! Thanks for sharing this great snack dear!!! Wish to grab some now ;)

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  25. These look like poornalu that we make in andhra with chana dal

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  26. healthy n delicious snack.. v used to get it at hostel.. loved it!

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  27. Thanks all for the encouraging words..Do visit often :)

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  28. Oh. i miss those sukiyans I used to buy from chayakadas at home
    beena

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