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In this video we will see how to make murukku at home in Tamil. This murukku recipe is the " Thenkuzhal Murukku " variety. This murukku is very easy to make

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To make a spicier murukku, add about 1 teaspoon green chilli paste. You can also add about 1 teaspoon garlic paste together with the green chilli …

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Keep it aside. Mix together the powdered rice, powdered gram, white sesame seeds, cumin seeds, asafoetida powder, butter and salt. Do not add …

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Mix the rice and dhal flour together along with salt, sesame seeds, cumin seeds, butter and and the water with asafoetida, till you have a smooth dough with no lumps. Heat the oil in a frying pan over high. Take a small ball of …

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17 Murukku RecipesMurukku Varieties - South Indian Murukku Recipes. Diwali is fast approaching. Murukku recipes is a must & should …

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1. If you don’t have roasted white flour you can make it on your own. Take the white rice and soak it in the water for 2. The more time and energy …

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Murukku breaks inside oil means, You used more fried gram or butter. Do not panic, just add 2 tbsp of rice flour, a little salt & chilli powder, knead again, …

1. Grind fried gram into a fine powder. Keep it ready.
2. Sieve rice flour and take it in a mixing bowl.
3. Heat enough oil to deep fry.

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Heat oil in a pan in medium flame until hot and press the murukkus from the murukku press directly in oil. Soundaram Aachi says, that’s the secret …

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firstly, take ¼ cup urad dal flour, 1¼ cup rice flour, 1 tbsp butter, 1 tsp cumin, pinch hing and ¾ tsp salt. combine and mix well making sure the butter …

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Make the murukku dough 5. Add 1 cup of rice flour and 4 tablespoons of the ground urad dal flour (or 3 tablespoons of roasted gram flour) to a mixing …

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1. You can use urad dal or roasted gram for this recipe. If using roasted gram, just blend 3 tbsps and use only 3 tbsps powder in the recipe.
2. Add 1 cup rice flour, 4 tbsps urad dal flour (or 3 tbsps roasted gram flour), ¾ tsp ajwain, salt, ¾ tsp sesame seeds to a bowl and mix well.
3. Heat oil in a kadai on a medium heat. (Pls refer to tips in the post intro)

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Meanwhile, melt butter in a saucepan of water with coconut milk and salt added. Then gradually add the liquid butter mixture to the dry flour mixture to form into a smooth, pliable …

1. Have ready all ingredients needed to make murukku.
2. First chop finely some curry leaves and set aside.
3. Then, lightly fry to dry roast the pre-mix murukku flour in a warm wok/ frying pan over low heat till light for about 3 minutes, stirring constantly. Take care not to brown it. Otherwise the murukku will have too dark a colour and taste burnt.
4. Remove from heat and let cool completely.

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Heat a pan with oil for deep frying. Fill the dough into the murukku press, when the oil is hot, reduce to medium, press out small discs. And gently drop into the hot oil. Cook on both sides. Cook for 5 mins, remove and continue with the entire batch. Once all the murukkus are fried, drop in again to roast once more.

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For basic murukku maavu you need processed rice flour and urad dal flour. Do check here how to make the processed rice flour and urad dal flour recipe. The basic murukku ratio is 2 cup rice flour and 1/4 cup urad dal flour.but in some cases the urad dal flour calls more to get more soft texture. Murukku maavu differs for some murukku varieties.

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Murukku is a savoury, crunchy South Indian snack, usually made with rice flour. It is so called as murukku due to its twisted form. Twisted …

1. First, wash and soak the rice, along with the red chillies, in sufficient water for atleast 3 hours.
2. Meanwhile, powder the roasted gram (pottu kadalai) using a dry grinder / mixie. Keep it aside.
3. Once the soaking time is done, first add the red chillies to the grinder / mixie and grind for a couple of secs. Now add a portion of the rice to the mixie and grind to a smooth batter. Just add a little water sufficient for grinding. Do not add more water, the batter should be thick and not watery.
4. Transfer the ground chilli and rice mixture is a large mixing bowl. Grind the remaining rice to a similar consistency and transfer to the mixing bowl.

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What is murukku recipe?

Murukku recipe – Murukulu or murukku is a deep fried Snack made with rice flour and dal flour. Chakli, chakuli, chakralu and jantikalu are the other Indian names to these. There are so many varieties of murukku, the one I am sharing here is a basic, very old and standard recipe that is followed by many South Indian women.

Can i use store bought rice flour to make a murukku?

Never use store bought rice flour for making dough. Homemade rice flour should be slightly wet while making dough.U can use oil for greasing ur hands if u feel the dough is sticky. Less butter should be added.Adding more butter makes the murukku absorb more oil.

What is murukku maavu chakli?

Murukku / Chakli is a crunchy, deep fried Indian snack made with rice flour and urad dal flour. Most of the Tamil people used to grind murukku maavu during Diwali to make thenkuzhal and mullu murukku as these two are the most common types.

How much water do you need to make murukku?

You will need about 10 to 11 tablespoons of water. The amount of water needed will depend on the quality of rice flour. Check the taste of dough and add more salt if required. Knead to a smooth and soft dough. Also keep the dough slightly moist, but do not make too moist or wet as then the murukku absorbs more oil.

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