Sunday, October 23, 2011

sagu

sagu is a recipe for the combination of chapati or puri. I would like to relish the taste of sagu with hot puri.
Sagu is prepared with aloo and besan flour. A different combination to fulfill the taste buds.



Ingrediants:


  • 4 medium size potatoes boiled,peeled,slightly mashed
  • 1small cup besan flour
  • 2medium size onions long sliced
  • 4 green chillies
  • 1tsp mustard seeds
  • 1tsp cumin seeds
  • 1 bunch curry leaves
  • 3tsp oil 
  • pinch turmeric
  • salt to taste


Preparation:

  1. Mix besan flour with 2cups of water without any lumps.put it aside
  2. Pour oil in a pan,add mustard,cumin seeds,onion slices,green chilli pieces,curry leaves.saute it well.when onions turn golden brown colour ,add slightly mashed pototoes add salt fry for a minute.
  3. add the besan flour batter cook for 5-10min. when raw smell of the besan goes out and forms like slightly thick soup,switch off the flame and serve hot with puri or chapati.
  4. You can garnish the recipe with chopped coriander leaves.

9 comments:

magiceye said...

Puri sagu quite common in south right?

seems yummy

Kokz @ Love poems said...

This is a wonderful dish. Never tried it before but it seems so easy to prepare. Though I don't know cooking but I guess I can prepare this one, you've explained it very well .. Good work :)

layaa said...

Perfect sidedish for puri....we use call it as purikilangu...

Arti said...

Just looks divine, never had this combination myself but love to try out different ones! You are a master chef, Kranthi... keep the recipes coming! :)

MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

Classic recipe.In TamilNadu they serve it as taste-match to Puris.Luv it Dear.hanks for ur relentless sweet comments at my space.

Shirley said...

Yes its THE side dish for a puri.

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sriramnivas said...

'Sagu' should be a perfect alternative for 'smashed & fried' potato, which we usually use as a side dish for puri/chappati....
your dish makes me salivate & wish u a happy & prosperous Diwali!!!

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Amy said...

looks yummy!!
& Wish you a Happy Diwali!!!!

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