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December 28, 2011

Susiyam (traditional south Indian snack)


Susiyam or seeyam is a traditional sweet dish famous in south tamilnadu mainly in Nagerkoil,Trinelveli, Kariakudi & will be made for festive seasons.....My Mom method will be diff from my in-law method...but both tastes awesome...The difference is  the dipping batter.Its all time favourite for me & my hubby......Even in my mom's home its the favourite sweet for all of them ...We love when my mom makes this sweet,while she's preparing itself we will finish half of the pooranam....those r golden days.....Now same here in my home too we love it .....Its all time favourite sweet.....
this is my in-law method...

Ingredients:
  1. Channa Dal    -  2 cups
  2. Sugar       -  2 cups to 3 cups
  3. Cardamom - 4 to 5 nos
  4. Raw rice  - 1/2 cup
  5. Urad Dhal - 1/2 cup
  6. Shredded Coconut  - 1/4 cup(Optional)
  7. Salt a pinch
  8. Oil for frying  
Method:
        First soak the raw rice along with urad dal for 2 hrs. In the mean time pressure cook the channa dal with 1 cup of water for 3 to 4 whistles...Now grind the raw rice & urad dal like idly /dosa batter ( not too soft)& keep it ready . Check whether the channa dal is cooked well,mash it & allow it cool down for 15 to 20 mins.Then add the sugar & cardamom powder to it & mix all well together . If the channa dal is hot,the sugar will melt & leaves out moistuer in it,so add sugar after the dhal is cool down.
           After the dough( pooranam )becomes cool & easy to handle ,now make small balls (like size of a lemon)& set aside .Heat oil in deep frying pan ,once the oil is hot enough for frying ,take a ball dip it in the batter & drop it slowly in the oil .Make sure that the pooranam is coated well with the batter ,so that after dropping it in oil the inside sweet will not mess with oil.Fry golden brown,do not char the balls ,careful...    Continue frying other balls in same method....Instead of this batter(rice +urad dal) my Mom will make with maida(all pupose flour), it will also tastes heaven....Enjoy serving this traditional dessert.......



PriRaj

4 comments:

Hari Chandana said...

Very traditional and delicious recipe.. looks so perfect !!
Indian Cuisine

Priya said...

Yum yum,super tempting snacks,feel like having some.

Chitra said...

This is my hubby's fav .. Looks yummy..Wish u a very happy new year :)

Jay said...

my all time fav..your version sounds irresistable & divine
Tasty Appetite