Kerala Style Murukku

Murukku kerala style

Kerala Style Murukku

Murukku kerala style

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By Rugmini Kamalan

Published On: 09 Sep 2005

Rating: 4
28 Votes, 8 Reviews
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Kerala Style Murukku Kerala Style Murukku By Rugmini Kamalan Kerala Style Murukku Published: Murukku kerala style 4 stars based on 8 reviews Total time: Yield: 4 servings Serving size: 1 medium slice Calories per serving: 250 cal Fat per serving: 12 g Ingredients:
Rice flour(Ari podi) : 4 cups
Black gram(Whole)(Uzhunnu) : 1 cup
Cumin seeds(Jeerakam) : 1 tbsp
Sesame seeds(Ellu) : 1 tbsp
Asafoetida(Kayam) : A little
Coconut oil : 500 gm
Salt : As reqd
Directions:
1. Heat the rice flour. 2. Heat the whole black gram, till it¦s light golden brown. 3. Cook black gram in 1 1/2 glass of water. 4. Allow it to cool and grind it in a mixer grinder to make it into a paste. 5. Mix together the above black gram paste, rice flour and salt along with cumin seeds, sesame seeds and asafoetida. 6. Add some water and knead this mixture well to make a dough. 7. Take a seva nazhi and put a portion of this mixture into it. 8. Press the handle to let the mixture come down in the shape of a murukku onto a plastic paper or a plantain leaf(vazha ela). 9. :- Do not forget to put the chillu inside the seva nazhi. 10. Heat oil in a kadai and allow it to boil. 11. Slowly, put these murukku into the oil and fry them. 12. :- Those who can use their fingers to shape the dough in the form of murukku can do so. However, it¦s much easier the other way. 13. Drain oil from Murukku. 14. Keep Murukku in a air tight container to keep the crispiness.

Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Heat the rice flour.

Step 2

Heat the whole black gram, till it¦s light golden brown.

Step 3

Cook black gram in 1 1/2 glass of water.

Step 4

Allow it to cool and grind it in a mixer grinder to make it into a paste.

Step 5

Mix together the above black gram paste, rice flour and salt along with cumin seeds, sesame seeds and asafoetida.

Step 6

Add some water and knead this mixture well to make a dough.

Step 7

Take a seva nazhi and put a portion of this mixture into it.

Step 8

Press the handle to let the mixture come down in the shape of a murukku onto a plastic paper or a plantain leaf(vazha ela).

Step 9

:- Do not forget to put the chillu inside the seva nazhi.

Step 10

Heat oil in a kadai and allow it to boil.

Step 11

Slowly, put these murukku into the oil and fry them.

Step 12

:- Those who can use their fingers to shape the dough in the form of murukku can do so. However, it¦s much easier the other way.

Step 13

Drain oil from Murukku.

Step 14

Keep Murukku in a air tight container to keep the crispiness.

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Meenu Sumesh

I Like These Receipe Very Much So Quite

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jaya

very easy to make..thanks for the very good receipie

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Aisha

Instead of Jeera, Ayamodaka only a pinch is better for kerala style. It is good for digestion also.

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ruby chandu

Just now I made my husband s special ari murukku and was excellent.. I am sad that I cannot upload the picture.. thanks for the recipe.. its simple and tasty..

chanduya.ya

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shree

Thank you for this recipe..my family loved the murukku..

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sunitha Dileep

I tried this recipe & has comeout really well.Thanks for shairing this recipe with us.

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sunitha

I tried this recipe it came out well.My husband liked it.Thank you for the recipe

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manju

nice murukku, Do not forget to put the ‘chillu’ inside the seva nazhi this was funny,made me laugh

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