Fryums as these are locally called are usually found in almost every traditional Indian house hold. Growing up, I remember those summers when all the women in the building decided on a day when they would prepare these early in them morning and leave them to sun dry for a couple of days. All the kids used to help out with a rider that when these were eventually ready to be fried, we would get the first preference. However, we always stole some for good measure. Good old days!
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Your photo makes me want to taste them! Never had anything like that, I don’t think —
its made from sago and rice flour…its yumm…. come down here i’ll make sure you have some 🙂
I used to eat one of those too. Oh wow , I forgot how it was then. Just wonderful trip to memory lane. thanks.
I ate these just today at my mom’s…good old memories…thanks for stopping by!