Sago Potatoes balls (Savoury Indian Snack). Wash and drain off excess water. Boil Potatoes, peel and coarsely mash them up. Potato and Sago Balls by Tarla Dalal.
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Ingredients of Sago Potatoes balls (Savoury Indian Snack)
- You need 250 grams of Sago rice (medium sized).
- You need 500 grams of Potatoes.
- It’s 1/2 bunch of Fresh Coriander.
- Prepare 4 of Green Chillies.
- It’s 1 tsp of Ginger Garlic paste.
- You need 1/2 liter of Oil.
Mashed potatoes, onions, tomatoes, yogurts, green and sweet chutney and sev are all you need for this chaat. This is a list of Indian snack foods. Snack foods are a significant aspect of Indian cuisine, and are sometimes referred to as chaat. Murukku is a crunchy, savory Indian snack.
Sago Potatoes balls (Savoury Indian Snack) instructions
- Wash and drain off excess water. Cover and soak it overnight..
- Boil Potatoes, peel and coarsely mash them up..
- Check if your Sago rice is soaked and swollen. If not, add a dash of water and cover. Keep checking until all the sago rice is soft, then you are good to go.
- Chop the coriander finely after removing hard stalks. Retain the tender ones for earthy flavour..
- Chop the Chillies finely and set aside.
- Add to Sago rice all the prepared ingredients along with ginger garlic paste. Do not overmix else the potatoes will become very soggy. Do not forget salt!!.
- Check the salt and heat, if you are satisfied then shape them into small balls and deep fry them..
- Serve with green or mint chutney..
Its name comes from the Tamil word for "twisted", which refers to its shape. They are very crispy and can be a good tea time snack or munched at any other opportunity. Sago is a starch extracted from the spongy centre, or pith, of various tropical palm stems. Idli Chaat is a tasty twist to traditional South Indian Idli. This can be served as an appetizer or an afternoon snack.