Sunday, October 28, 2012

Saggubeeyam Majjiga Jantikalu / Sago Crispies

With dewali just around the corner I prepared one of my favorite snacks today, a traditional savory andhra snack whose main ingredients are curd and sago.

Its crunchy and tangy flavor and the little pearls that burst out at the end give it a very unique appearance.


  •     4 cups homemade rice flour
  •     1 cup Saggubeeyam (Sago/Sabudana/Tapioca)
  •     2 cups curd
  •     10-15 medium size green chilles paste
  •     2 tbsp roasted channa dal powder
  •     salt to taste

Soak the rice for 4 hours, drain the water completely and pat it dry and make it a fine powder. Keep aside

Soak the sago in 1 cup curd for 2 hours.

Now mix the rice flour, soaked sago , green chillies paste, salt, roasted channa dal powder nicely. Then add little by little curd and check the consistency.Blend nicely until the prepared dough should not stick to the side of the vessel.

Heat oil to fry in a deep bottom pan,set the three hole plate in the jantikalu gottam/murukku press and now fill the dough in jantikalu gottam and slowly press one inch over the hot oil.

Fry on medium flame and flip it occasionally till it becomes golden brown and looks crispy. Remove it and place on a paper towel to absorb the excess oil.


Store it a air tight container once its completely cooled.


1. Oil should be properly heated initially medium to high flame and it should not be too hot as it will get charred and if too cold will not fry properly.

2. Adding roasted channa dal powder makes it more crispy.

3. The green chilli paste should be very fine otherwise it will stick to the plate inside the murukku press and dough will not come out smoothly

4. Sago should be properly soaked.To check if it is soaked properly press it between your fingertips and it should be completely soft.


Beena.stephy said...

Looks beautiful

kitchen queen said...

very innovative and tempting crispy sago murukkus.Thank u so much Satya for sharing.

PT said...

new to me and interesting too..

Arti said...

To eat snacks like these during Diwali when the entire family is together is so much fun. Beautiful presentation, looks very deliciously crispy :)

Santosh Bangar said...

new idea of using sago looking beautiful

Shabitha Karthikeyan said...

Never seen something like this. Looks super cute !!

Sangeetha Priya said...

Very Innovative snack!!!
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jeyashrisuresh said...

Very tempting and innovative recipe. No wonder must taste yum

Food Online Delivery said...

here after this is my favorite snacks alternate of Manaparai murukku!!!

Swasthi said...

loved these, they look so cute

Nivedhanams Sowmya said...

wow love these cute murukkus!!! the sago is looking like the beautiful pearls!!
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Premalatha Aravindhan said...

wow yummy murukku,luks tempting...

Priya said...

Feel like munching some, love those white pearls like fried sagos in this fried beauties.

Vimitha Anand said...

Crunchy and yummy beauties

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Shanthi said...

Very innovative and crunchy crispy snack.


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