Monday, November 5, 2012

Ring murukku

I had this ring murukku in 'To do' list for Diwali. I and my sisters used to put this murukku in all our fingers and we eat this (Old golden days). If you don't have murukku press, but eager for preparing Diwali snacks you can try this. No need of any mould. Very easy to prepare. Making rings take time.



 Ingredients:

  • Rice flour - 1 cup
  • Water - 1 cup
  • Red chilly powder - 1 tsp
  • Oil - 1 tbsp
  • Yellow Moong dal - 1.5 tbsp
  • Sesame seed - 1 tsp
  • Salt - as per taste
  • Oil - to deep fry

Method:


Soak the moong dal for one hour. Boil the water in a wide pan, add soaked moong dal, salt, oil and rice flour and switch it off. Cover with the lid and let it rest for 15 minutes or till it cools down.

Combine red chilly powder, sesame seeds in the flour and give a nice stir with the help of oily hands. Make into small threads.

Combine the 2 ends to form a ring. Cover the rings in the wet cloth or close with the cover, preventing from dryness. Heat a small wok with oil. Drop the rings carefully on high heat. After the rings raises up reduce to medium flame and fry it.
Strain in the paper towel.

Note:
  • Melted butter or ghee can be used to mix in the flour instead of oil.

24 comments:

Mahi said...

Wow...murukku looks cute!

Teena Mary said...

Perfectly made & looks so crunchy !!!

Vimitha Anand said...

Cute b crunchy murukkus

Suja Manoj said...

Crispy and yum.perfectly made

Julie said...

Love these cute rings,yummy savory ones:)
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Srimathi said...

Very nice recipe. Will keep it my to do folder.

Priya said...

Even me and my sister will have the same way as you told too, ring murukkus are my most favourite snack.

Mythreyi said...

super tempting.....

-Mythreyi
Yum! Yum! Yum!

Sangeetha said...

ring murukku looks crunchy and cute...nice recipe, thanks for sharing!!

divya said...

This looks simply mouthwatering ...delicious!

Sravs said...

Nice crunchy and delicious murukku !!

Sushma Madhuchandra said...

looks very tempting!

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Perfect.... Love this crispy murukku ever...
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Akila said...

Wow it's too tempting n bookmarked immediately

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Aruna Manikandan said...

looks crispy and delicious :)

Kaveri Venkatesh said...

Never tried this one at home...but have store bought ones many times and I'm a fan of this..also called Kodubale in Kannada...
Very nicely made...looks delicious

Shama Nagarajan said...

super inviting...Join me in Fast Food Event - Vermicilli

S.Menaga said...

உங்க செய்முறை வித்தியாசமா இருக்கு,முறுக்கும் அழகா சுத்திருக்கீங்க,சூப்பர்ர் அனு!!

PT said...

it reminds me of childhood when me and my brother used to wear it as ring and played with it :) nice clicks..

MAZES said...

super.

Jagadeesh said...

All Sweets & Muruku looks Good .... Jagadeesh

Jayashree said...

Nice one, Anu.

Shanthi said...

Wonderful and tempting. Nice recipe.

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