Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Murukulu/Murukku/Manugupulu

Murukulu are our traditionl and fav. snack......the simple, tasty and standard recipe for Murukulu fallows........Mostly this recipe doesn't go wrong.

Things needed: Muruku Press
Ingredients:
  • 2Cup Rice flour, 1/2cup Urad dal, 2tsp.jeera, 4tsp.sesame seeds, Oil for deep frying+ 3tbsp.Oil (hot), 1tsp.Red chilli powder, Salt to taste.
Method:
  • Dry roast urad dal and grind it into a fine powder and keep it aside. In a wide bowl add rice flour, urad dal powder, chili powder, salt, sesame seeds and jeera mix it well, then add 3tbsp.oil(hot oil),mix it well, by adding enough water make a dough of roti dough consistency. In a deep frying pan add oil for deep frying, once the oil is hot enough for frying(oil should not be too hot, this makes murukulu get burnt), then take muruku mould keep enough dough in to it, press it in hot oil, fry them until they are light golden brown in color, fry murukulu in batches and drain on a paper towel. It can stay up to 2 weeks in air tight container.

17 yummies:

Nandini said...

Mrukku looks crispy & nice color! Love to munch anytime:)

Gulmohar said...

Good one Prasu...:-)

Cham said...

I made Urad dhal murruku for Diwali! Looks good!

sangeeta said...

i love this with my masala tea...i have tried with a different recipe that included coconut...is that murukku or something else...i'll make with this exact recipe sometime..
it absorbs less oil i hope....
i get it from trade fair held here in delhi n keep it hidden in the kitchen...:)

Sushma Mallya said...

perfect snack with tea...love to have that one

San!!! said...

Hmmmmmm spectacular,it reminds me of the festive mood.Still could n't come out of it i guess.

SE(Denufood) said...

looks crispy and a perfect tea time snack..

Priya said...

Crispy murukkus looks prefect..

Sangeetha Subhash said...

Looks perfect crunchy and crispy..Perfect for tea time..

Sanghi said...

Mmm.. yum yum blog prasu! Loved the murukku and all the delights.. Following, Do check mine at sanghi-tastybites.blogspot.com

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kitchen queen said...

lovely and crunchy and crispy muruku would love to have a bite or two.

Prathibha said...

yummy murukku..perfect wid tea

Vrinda said...

WOW crispy and yummy murukku,Gr8 job dear...

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

Crunchy yummy snack...

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

My all time favorite.

my kitchen said...

Crunchy murukku,looks perfect

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