Thursday, June 26

Murukku


I did wanted to make this for a long time, as i my childhood days i liked murukku's tooooo much. But now since a long time, didn't had the homecooked one, only haldiram's,or the local brand,which i don't like at all(actually they use rice as the main ingredient, and being north indian i don't like it much). This time when i went to indian, i again got the oppurtunity to eat it once at my sisters place and my temptation to make it increased more n more.So finally got her recipe, and made it...
Its easy and fast to make, n yum to eat...

Ingredients:

Wheat flour 2 cups
Yellow moong dal 1/3 cup
Oil 2 tbsp
Turmeric powdre 1 tsp
Red chilli powder 1 tsp
Sesame seeds 3 tsp
Salt to taste
Oil for deep frying.

Method:

Take the flour and tie it in a muslin cloth. Steam the same in the pressure cooker .
Soak moong dal and boil it with water till soft and done.
When the pressure of cooker resides, open it , the flour would have been cooked n hardened, break it into pieces, n pass it through seive to get fine powder form again.
Mix all the ingredients and make a bit tough dough out of it.
Put it into to murukku maker and make shapes of murukku , out of it.
Deep fry in oil till golden brown.

14 comments:

Divya said...

Wheat flour and moong dal in a chakli..hmm sounds interesting..and thats a very nice chakli platter you have!!Great entry!!

foodwithapinchoflove said...

murukkus looks yummy!

ranji said...

wow!!such perfect looking chaklis..i am yet to make these...looks really crisp and perfect..good job.

JZ @ Tasty treats said...

i loooove murukk...urs look perfect!! how did u manage to make it sooooo beautiful!? :-)it looks awesome! :-)

Shri said...

Crunchy and yummy murukku!!

srikars kitchen said...

i like murukku. mouth watering dish dear.... great click...fantastic entry...

Devi Priya said...

Perfect shape. The combination is interesting and healthy too...Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Mona said...

I feel like grabbing some of those and savoring them, its been a long time I had those. Looks yummy!

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KALVA said...

This is one recipe which i never dared to trY!

Madhavi said...

Love murukku, we called Chakri in Gujarati. Looks mouth-drooling, wonderful entry!!!

Neha said...

thanx all, for liking it. Actually its healthy too(as far as ingredients are considered) n yum to taste.And we too call it chakri, but mostly people know it as murukku.

SMN said...

Hey thats a nice twist for the regualr chlkkuli/murrukkus.. we do it with RIce flr and urad dal flour.. must be tasting nice..

Hima said...

Wheat flour chakli?? Sounds interesting!! Got to give it a try for sure.

Anisheetu said...

Looks professional...

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