Rice Flour.....1 Glass (Glass you use for drinking water)
Powdered Putani......1/4th Glass
Red Chilli Powder.....2 tbsp
Salt to taste
Sesame Seeds.....2 tbsp
Ajwain....1 tsp (Crush them a little)
Dalda Ghee....3 tbsp
1. Mix the above ingredients with the help of water into a soft dough.
2. Now, take some of the dough, mix it well so that it becomes softer. Put this dough into the murukku-maker and make murukkus as shown in the pic.
NOTE: If the murukkus are breaking, that means you have not mixed the dough soft enough. Try to make it very very soft by adding a little water.
3. Now, deep fry the murukkus till golden brown. Remove, allow them to cool and store in a container.
Mmm.. yummy murukkus.ReplyDelete
They look absloutley delicious.ReplyDelete
Happy Cook: Thanks .. :)Delete
Looks so crispy love murukkus :)ReplyDelete
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Thanks Divya.. I love them too.. perfect tea time snackDelete
un caloroso saluto...ciaoReplyDelete
In gujju we call it CHAKRI ..love with cup of tea..loooks mouthwateringReplyDelete
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Yes, nice tea time snack JagrutiDelete
Looks so interesting. I have never seen this before. Must be delicious XReplyDelete
Yes Alida.. they are nice and crunchy. It is a popular snack in IndiaDelete
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Thanks dear.. Will surely visit your blog :)Delete