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Nov 9, 2015

Sweet Kara Sev Recipe - Inippu Sev Recipe - Cheeni Sev Recipe

My diwali posts comes to a end by today. These are my final diwali post for this year. I really feel proud, because i have totally made 26 new post for this diwali, which is really a great achievement for me. Make sure you check all those posts.

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This is a sweet version of the spicy kara sev and it is very popular in my place. It is coated in a thick sugar and taste really good. Hubby loves it so much..It is so easy to make as well.

Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you..

Preparation Time : 10 mins
Cooking Time : 15 mins
Makes: 3 to 4 cups


Besan / Gram Flour / Kadalai Mavu - 1 cup
Rice Flour / Arisi Mavu - 1/2 cup
Salt a pinch
Ghee / Vanaspati / Butter - 1.5
Water as needed
Sugar - 3/4 cup
Water - 1/4 cup
Cardamom Powder - 1 tsp
Oil for Deep Frying


Take gram flour, rice flour, salt and vanaspati in a bowl. Crumble it well. Now add water and make it into a sticky dough. 

Put a kara sev mould in the murukku press. Pour the dough in a murukku press and press it straight into the oil. Fry till the shh sound subsides in oil. Drain and set aside.

Now in another pan, take sugar, water and mix well. heat and cook till it is thick. Now add in sev and keep tossing, it will get thick and start to crystalize.

Now make sure the sev is well coated in the sugar. Set aside to cool.

Once it is cooled, store in a air tight container for over 10 to 15 days.

Take all your ingredients

You need this big sev mould

take gram flour in a bowl

add in rice flour

add a pinch of salt

add in some butter or ghee or vanaspati

crumble it well

add water

make it into a sticky dough

put the dough into the mould

press it to form kara sev

fry them

while you are frying, break them lightly using the spoon

fry till the shh sound subsides

drain it

now makes the sugar syrup..take sugar in a pan

add a splash of water

mix well
cook till it gets thick..

add in cardamom powder..

once it is thick, 

add in sev and mix well

keep tossing

the sugar will thicken and start to crystalize

now it is done

set aside to cool down..

store in a air tight container



  1. Wow u made our Diwali easy. My request is to update your recipe index with all these posts links so that we can go about trying the recipes from there.

  2. I haven't never seen such an updated Indian food blog, u r so dedicated to this. Congrats and keep it up, very good and neat presentation too

  3. Excellent work.Keep going.Wishing you and your family Happy Diwali.

  4. Aarthi, Ghee is 1.5 what? 1.5 tablespoon? or teaspoon?


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