Sunday, August 10, 2008

Murrukulu


INGREDIENTS

1-1/2 cup rice flour
1/2 cup besan
4 tbs butter ( room temperature )
salt
1 tsp chilli powder
oil for deep frying



METHOD
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Dry roast besan on a low flame for 5 min
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Mix rice flour ,besan, chilli powder and salt in a bowl
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Add room temperature butter and rub to the flour
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Now sprinkle water and mix well to form a dough
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Fill in to murukku presser and press on wet cloth
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Heat oil in a pan ,fry murrukus on medium flame untill golden
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Cool them completely and store in a air tight container







33 comments:

aparna said...

They look so good. Iam definetely trying it. Thanks for the recipe

Uma said...

Yummy murukulu sagari! So tempting.

Cynthia said...

Oh you torture me. This is exactly what I feel like snacking on right now!

Priti said...

Hmm mouth watering muruku....looks crispy and soft...lovely...

bee said...

that's for the recipe. i'd love to try it, but i don't have the murukku press.

RavishSmile said...

Wow!! Looks so yum.. I have never used besan for murukku. Will surely try this.:-)

homecooked said...

This looks so yummy! I love murukku's but dont have the press. Will buy it the next time I go to India.

Illatharasi said...

Surprise for you in my blog;)

easycrafts said...

Perfectly shaped..nice one

usha said...

lovely murukulu... very tempting....

usha said...

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Vaishali said...

This has got to be my favorite snack. And I love your simple recipe. This I must try out.

Vanamala Hebbar said...

Looks like crispy ... nice pics

Nithu said...

Murukku looks absolutely perfect. Nice photos.

kamala said...

All time fav at my home Sagari..so tempting

Pearlsofeast said...

Wonderful and stunning pictures Sagari.The murrukulu are so tempting.

Laavanya said...

I make these every Diwali - and we love it.. Looks great Sagari.

Nidhi said...

Murruku/Chakli is one of my fav munch-on. I m definitely trying this as soon as I can get my hands on a Murrukku maker.
Thanks for sharing such a wonderful recipe

Madhavi said...

Murrukulu look divine Sagari, mouth-drooling entry dear !!!

LG said...

jantikalu chala baga kanipistunayi sagari..yummy!

SriLekha said...

excellent murukkus u have prepared! event going in my blog! jon it!

Rajani said...

hi sagari, my first time here, lovely & simple murukku recipe, already saved it!! do drop by my blog when you can.

Priti said...

Award waiting for you in my blog

SriLekha said...

a treat for u in my blog!

A_and_N said...

OMG! the pictures are simply mindblowing....and so is the Murukku! The texture is amazing and I bet they tasted great too! I am seriously drooling over them :)

VEGETABLE PLATTER said...

lovely murrukulu .. perfect for rainy season

VEGETABLE PLATTER said...

lovely murrukulu .. perfect for rainy season

Daily Meals said...

Murukulu look yummy and crispy Sagari!

Hima said...

Lovely looking murukulu.

Dershana said...

Cool murukkus :-) mine always end up broken. must be something i do wrong with the mixture.

sridevi said...

wow they look lovely and delicious gr8 work

meeso said...

Oh my goodness, I can eat these by the bag full, I can imagine how great they must taste fresh!

ANJALI J. said...

what an amazing picture.. i wish i had that murukku presser. im not able to find it in any of the indian stores here.. so bad :(