Tuesday, August 25, 2009

MURUKKU

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INGREDIENTS:

Rice Flour--------------1.5 Cups
Besan/Gram Flour-----1/2 Cups(Both in 1:3 ratio)
Ajwain seeds-----------1/4 tsp crushed
Red Chilli Powder------1/2 tsp
Salt--------------------to taste
Oil---------------------1 tbp + for deep frying

DIRECTION:

1.Ina bowl combine both the flour, Salt, Red chilli powder, Crushed Ajwain and mix well.

2.Add 1 tbsp of slightly heated Oil to the above flour mixture and make a crumble mixture.

3.Now add enough water and knead into a soft dough. Heat Oil in a frying pan.

4.Place the dough in presser with medium sized round holes disc fixed to it and when Oil is ready slightly press the presser to release the dough into the oil.

5.Fry them till nice light brown in batches on medium flame and place them on tissues to absorb oil.

35 comments:

Pavithra said...

wow lovely one and gr8 shot as usual.

sowmya said...

we call it thenkuyal and add a little udid dal to rice flour..looks yummy..

Sireesha said...

Looks yummy and tempting:)

Priya said...

Crispy murukkus looks prefect for evening snacks.

DEESHA said...

wow. lovely murukku .. great for some tea time munchies

Priti said...

Pls pass that bowl here....looks so tempting

srikars kitchen said...

LOoks yummy & crispy.. nice click..

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G.Pavani said...

hi raaji
iam fine
boy baby is born to me on 12th aug

rekhas kitchen said...

raaji you made this muruku? looks so crisp mouthwatering.

Hari Chandana said...

Wow... mouth watering murukku.. looks perfect.. :)

Priya said...

wow..moru moru murukku..its tempting..

Chitra said...

wow , murukku looks very nice..drooling.I've never tried with besan flour..will surely try this out & let u know :) have a look at my blog when u find time:)

Chitra said...

wow , murukku looks very nice..drooling.I've never tried with besan flour..will surely try this out & let u know :) have a look at my blog when u find time:)

Usha said...

The murukku looks tempting !

Hema said...

Neat shot..

Sara's Corner said...

Hi first time here. Great blog. congrats on your winning in Rice feast:-)

Do drop in sometime Sweets & savouries event going on in my blog do participate.

Divya Vikram said...

Crunchy snack with tea!

Varunavi said...

Looks so tempting raaji.

My kitchen skills said...

Hi Raaji...

Mee recipes chala bagunnai..

And photos are really good..

Kalyani said...

looks tempting & delicious snack ........

kitchen queen said...

lovely crispy murukus.you can visit my blog and give ur comments.

Aruna Manikandan said...

Hi Raaji,

First time here...
U have a lovely space dear

Murukku looks very crispy.never tried with besan flour.
Will give a try soon..
Check my space when u find time

with luv,
ArunaManikandan
http://ensamayalkuripugal.blogspot.com

Padhu said...

Feel like grabbing muruku from the screen .It is tempting me so much.
http://padhuskitchen.blogspot.com/

Madhuri said...

LOvely shots and very neat blog.

SriLekha said...

lovely and favorite snack for everyone!

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Hi, This is my 1st time here, I always want to try muruku, will look for the special flour from the Indian grocery shop here and will try this out. I will come back for more.

simply.food said...

Lovely crispy murukus.My 1st visit here following your blog.Do drop by simply.food sometime.

Padhu said...

Muruku is so tempting !! Would like to have it with evening tea

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Cheese Cube said...

Excellent Indian snacks. Tasty as well as traditional items of Indians. Good post Q!!

Anonymous said...

This is a amazing post. I truly do enjoy the outstanding efforts done by yourself

Kitchen said...

Its to yummy. I like this recipe and its gives the healthy body, Thanks for shearing this picture and great shot.

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maha said...

really healthy n yummy one.looks nice.1st time here.nice blog vth good recipes.visit mine when u find sum time dear.
Have a nice day..
maha