Thursday, November 08, 2012

HOW TO MAKE SUZHIYAN / SUZHIYAM / DIWALI SWEETS RECIPES

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Suzhiyan or  Suyyam  are one of the traditional dish which we make during  festivals. 
My Mil used to prepare this sweet during Deepavali day, and I always enjoyed eating it.  This authentic recipe is very simple to make and is delicious.  
The inside stuffing poornam is prepared using chana dal, jaggery, coconut and dipped in slightly thick batter and deep fried in hot oil to dumplings.
Try this healthy sweet and drop me a word about your tasty experiences..)
Check out the Diwali Sweets & Savories recipes here.
Ingredients:
For Poornam / Inside stuffing:
·Chana dal                     - 1 cup
·Jaggery                        - ¾ cup
·Cardamom pwd             - ¼ tsp
·Ghee                            - 2 tsp
·Coconut shreds             - ½ cup
For outer wrapping:
·         Besan flour                      - 2 tbsp
·         Maida / all purpose flour    - 1 cup
·         Salt                                - ½ tsp
·         Oil for deep frying
Method:
1.   Wash and soak chana dal for 5 minutes.
2.   Cook chana dal with enough water till soft.
3.   Drain water and keep it aside.
4.   Grind cooked chana dal, jaggery, cardamom pwd to coarse paste.
5.   Heat ghee in a skillet / non stick pan.
6.   Add coconut shreds and sauté for a minute.
7.   Add the coarse  jaggery paste and cook well in medium flame.

8.   When the mixture gets dry, turn off flame.

9.   Allow to cool and make small balls using the mixture.
10.Filling for making Suzhiyan is ready.
11.For outer wrapping, mix besan flour, maida, salt and water to make a paste of dosa batter consistency.
12.The batter consistency should not be too thick or thin.
13.Dip the prepared balls one by one in this paste.
14. Deep fry them in hot oil.
15.Simmer and fry till golden.

16. Drain it in a tissue paper.
17.Enjoy your healthy and delicious Suzhiyans..:)
Similar Sweet Recipes:
·         Diwali Special Sweet Recipes
·         Boondhi Ladoo
·         PuranPoli
·         Thirattipal
·         Soan Papdi &  Kaju Katli

32 comments:

  1. this is new to me.. sounds tasty!

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  2. suzhiyan looks very perfect...and tempting...

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  4. a favourite lovely pictures of susiyam

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  5. hi jay, never tried suzhiyan before. they look delicious. have a nice day

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  6. Looks delicious Jay!, hope you have lovely festive season

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  7. Looks too good. Loved all your Diwali special recipes !!!

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  8. wow very festive suyyan!!! we do it with urad dal batter for the outer layer.. this is very interesting!!
    Sowmya

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  9. Thank you friends..:)
    wishing you a lovely festive season..!

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  10. hmmm this brought memories of college days at the canteen...it has come out perfect ...

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  11. my all time fav snack..looks yummy Jay..Wishing u and ur family a happy deepavali

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  12. Love this ever Jay !!!
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  13. wow if u hadnt said its sweet i thought its batata vada

    this looks totally new to me

    ur dishes are always new and fantastic



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  14. This recipe is very new to me but sweet looks so delicious and perfect.



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  15. new to me but super delicious Jay ..wish you and all your loved ones a very happy Diwali!

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  16. Authentic recipe... Looks inviting

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  17. Very traditional snack... Bookmarked this one..
    Reva

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  18. Lovely Diwali treat indeed! YUM! :)

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  19. wow ma fav.. looks very delicious..
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  20. Very delicious snack jay..... we call this sukrunde.

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  21. such a lovely recipe...looks so delicious :)

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  22. Simply awesome...Happy Diwali in Advance Jay..


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