Tapioca Murukullu/ Saggubiyyam Karallu With Yogurt || Tea-Time Snacks || winter treats

Snack : South Indian tea time snack : Saggubiyyam karallu

Servings : 12

Duration : 30 mins

Rice flour is made out of rice, often used in South Indian dishes and you can prepare many recipes out of it such as snacks and breakfast recipes.

As if you noticed I posted many tea time snacks which they turned out tasty and delicious πŸ˜‹Β and also I mentioned recipes with rice flour in my previous post.

I would like to share those recipes in this post too, you can checkout. Coming to Recipe I’m huge fan of tapioca or saggubiyyam any dish which can be prepared with tapioca will tastes great and mouth watering 😊

Today, I prepared Sabudana karallu which is an authentic South Indian snack recipe main ingredients are rice flour, curd/ yogurt, tapioca, salt, red chilly powder etc.,

I made these Murukullu with very less amount of water because as I soaked tapioca in yogurt for hours so mostly it doesn’t require more water. The texture becomes crispy and you could feel crunchiness while having them.

I explained and shown step by step with pictures in below sections. Tapioca Murukullu is my favorite Evening snack but I like to have them any time not only Evening β˜ΊοΈπŸ˜‰

You can also pack them in your kids lunch box for snack at evening or with rice.

Hope you like it, let’s start with Ingredients and follows Procedure

Ingredients:

Rice flour – 450 gms

Soaked tapioca/ Sabudana – 120 gms

Curd / Yogurt – 240 ml

Cumin seeds – 1/2 tb sp

Sesame seeds – 1/2 tb sp

Red chilly powder – 1/2 tb sp

Turmeric powder – 1/4 tsp

Salt – 1/2 tb sp

Water – 1/4 cup – 60 ml

Oil – To deep fry

Things:

Murukku Maker

3 holes round shape stainless steel jali ( shown in picture)

Procedure:

Pre-Preparation:

  • In a bowl Add yogurt/ curd
  • Mix well
  • Let them soak for 5 hours
  • After 5 hours Take one tapioca and press it mashes well
  • Soaked well

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Saggubiyyam / Tapioca Murukullu:

  • In a mixing bowl add soaked tapioca, rice flour, salt, red chilly powder, cumin seeds, turmeric powder and sesame seeds
  • In meantime, heat oil for deep fry on medium heat
  • Squeeze and mix well
  • Add little amount of water
  • Mix well
  • Make soft and non sticky dough as shown in picture
  • Divide dough into equal cylinder shape
  • Put prepared cylinder Shape dough in Murukullu maker
  • Once oil is hot drop the dough like Murukullu by using Muruku maker
  • The dough comes out easily from 3 holes round shape plate
  • Let them fry and flip the other side
  • Fryboth sides equally
  • When bubbling reduces Take out tapioca Murukullu from oil
  • Transfer them on paper towel
  • Repeat the same process till dough completes
  • Let them Murukullu become cool
  • Store them in an airtight container
  • Serve with rice or snacks at evening
  • Happy cooking & enjoy your day 😊
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Tapioca Murukullu πŸ˜‹

Note:

  • While making dough don’t add so much of water. This dough requires very little amount of water. If by mistake if you have added more water then level it by adding 1/3 cup of rice flour . Try to avoid adding more water
  • This turned out beautiful texture and crispiness because of yogurt/ curd
  • Store in an airtight container and consume at tea time snack/ evening. This tip is to maintain same taste and crunchiness of tapioca Murukullu
  • You can preserve upto 3 weeks
  • Prefer sunflower oil to deep fry than canola, olive , ground nut oil etc.,

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28 Comments Add yours

  1. Very interesting recipe πŸ‘Œ

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    1. Ramyarecipes says:

      It’s an authentic snack in South India and also it has amazing taste πŸ˜‹ Thank you surbhi πŸ‘

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  2. Looks delicious! I dont recall every having tapioca muruku, I’ll have to give making these a try!

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    1. Ramyarecipes says:

      If you don’t like to miss the taste of tapioca Murukullu must try and let me know, I ate them while making ☺️

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    2. Ramyarecipes says:

      Thank you 😊

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  3. jyo says:

    Looks super delicious…a perfect evening snack Ramyaβœ”βœ”

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    1. Ramyarecipes says:

      Yes dear, I finished eating half of Murukullu

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    2. Ramyarecipes says:

      Thank you 😊

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  4. Mouth watering! Murukullu is my favorite snack! Will definitely going to give this recipe a try. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Ramyarecipes says:

      Good to know, checkout my other snack recipes hope you like it. Thanks for reading my post πŸ‘πŸ˜Š

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      1. You’re most welcome! Very nice blog with great recipes!

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      2. Ramyarecipes says:

        Ohh best compliment thank you so much 😊

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  5. InspiresN says:

    wow, have never had this before .Sounds so delicious!! great share

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    1. Ramyarecipes says:

      Ohh ok, you should try nisha they are super tasty πŸ˜‹.. thanks for reading πŸ˜€

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      1. InspiresN says:

        Hope to sometime, its my pleasure!

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  6. Megala says:

    Delicious murukku !

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    1. Ramyarecipes says:

      Thank you megala πŸ˜€

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  7. I am a big fan of all these snack items along with my evening tea… such a lovely share.

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    1. Ramyarecipes says:

      Good to know vidya and happy you liked all snack recipes πŸ‘πŸ˜€

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  8. Crispy and perfect tea time snack!

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    1. Ramyarecipes says:

      Yes my fav Murukullu n thanks for reading 😊

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