Mutta Sirka is a traditional Malabar item which can be served with any non-veg curry. The batter is made with very few ingredients, which involves mainly rice (both raw and cooked) which is then deep fried until nicely puffed up and crisp.
Servings: 4 People
- 1 cup Jeerakashala rice/ Basmati rice/ Raw rice (Pachari) I prefer jeerakashala rice
- ½ cup cooked parboiled rice
- ½ cup Water
- Salt to taste
- Oil For deep frying
Soak Jeerakashala rice in water for 3 hours.
In a blender, add drained rice, cooked rice and water. Blend it until you get a smooth batter.
Add salt and mix well.
Add oil in a pan. Pour a ladle full of the batter into the hot oil.
Let the mutta sirka cook well in the oil. Pour hot oil on top the mutta sirka and move it slightly. You will see that it puffs up really well.
Flip it and cook on the other side too for a minute. Take it out and place on an absorbent tissue.
Serve with curry.