Friday, December 01, 2006

Ginger brittle (Alam Moraba)


Alam (ginger) moraba (brittle) is a famous snack in Hyderabad. People who are born and bought up in Hyderabad will know about this snack. When I was a kid, I remember people selling it on streets. I love them, they are delicious and good for your health. Here is my version of the recpie...

Ingredients:

1. 1 oz Jaggary
2. 1/2 oz Sugar
2. 1/2 oz Ginger
3. 1 tsp Cardamom pwd
4. Water as needed
5. 1 tbsp Ghee

Method:

1. Grind ginger to a fine paste, if you want can add 2 teaspoons of water.
2. Put jaggary pieces and sugar in a non sticky pan and add little water, just to sink it.
3. Keep it on a medium flame, keep stirring.
4. When it comes to one string consistency, add the ginger paste and cardamom pwd.
5. Keep stiring, until it starts leaving the sides of the container.
6. Switch off the stove.
5. Grease a plate with ghee and pour the mixture when it is hot.When it is warm make marks to cut in a squares or use a cookie cutter for any kind of shape.
6. When cold store it in a air tight container.

This is my entry for JFI-Jaggery hosted by Kay of ‘Towards A Better Tomorrow’


Picture courtesy: web
Kitchen Notes: I’ve prepared mildly sweet moraba. Adjust jaggery quantity to suit your taste.All quantites are approx., changes should be made according to the taste.
Recipe Source: My own creation..

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13 Comments:

Blogger Vini K said...

Hello Hyderabadi,

Allam murabba looks nice.very innovative entry for JFI-Jaggery.Keep up the good work.:-)

6:50 AM  
Blogger John said...

Hahahaha.. not just people selling, they would go around, early in the morning with those big suitcases on their heads.. Damn, this brings back the good ol memories.

7:17 AM  
Blogger RP said...

I didn't know we could make brittle with ginger. Sounds good. Nice entry.

7:53 AM  
Blogger Hyderabadi's said...

Thanks Vini, John and RP for visiting

9:03 AM  
Blogger Asha said...

Hey another Jaggery recipe!! YUM!!

Great entry, Hyderbadi:))

10:13 AM  
Blogger Lakshmi said...

Hi,
a perfect entry for jhiva, i luv allam muraba. naku chala ishtamu, will try your recipe one day.

2:31 PM  
Blogger Sandeepa said...

wowww..a very different recipe indeed, never heard of it
Great entry for JFI

9:51 AM  
Anonymous Linda said...

Hi Lavanya, came by from your comment on my blog. This is similar what I was trying to make yesterday! I will try it with your recipe and see if I can't get it right this time. The fresh ginger is more appealing to me than dried. Looks delicious :)

10:16 AM  
Anonymous Indira said...

Hi Hyd,

My husband Vijay's favorite sweet snack is this allam murabba. Love it! Great entry for Jihva and thanks for participating.

4:40 PM  
Blogger mandira said...

Hi - your allam murabba looks delicious. Thanks for sharing.

8:14 AM  
Anonymous bhargavi said...

Hi!
I am from hyd,....
I tried this one in hyd. Good one.
After seeing ur post , I am feeling nostalgic...hmm I miss hyderabad....

7:31 PM  
Blogger Krithika said...

First time here. Great recipe.

10:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is very good for health, it is recommended for people who has cold and cough

6:46 PM  

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