Tamil Nadu Simple Murukku

Murukku

Tamil Nadu Simple Murukku

Murukku

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By Asha Patel

Published On: 23 Oct 2002

Rating: 4
15 Votes, 12 Reviews
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Tamil Nadu Simple Murukku Tamil Nadu Simple Murukku By Asha Patel Tamil Nadu Simple Murukku Published: Murukku 4 stars based on 12 reviews Total time: Yield: 4 servings Serving size: 1 medium slice Calories per serving: 250 cal Fat per serving: 12 g Ingredients:
Raw rice(Pachha Ari) : 4 cups
White gram : 1/2 cup
White sesame seeds(Velutha ellu) : 25 gm
Cumin seeds(Jeerakam) : 25 gm
Asafoetida(Kayam) powder : 2 tbsp
Butter : 100 gm
Salt : As reqd
Oil for frying
Directions:
1. Wash and clean the rice well. Leave it to dry. 2. Once it has dried completely, powder it nicely. 3. Fry the white gram and powder it.
Keep it aside. 4. Mix together the powdered rice, powdered gram, white sesame seeds, cumin seeds, asafoetida powder, butter and salt. Do not add water. 5. Take a little of this mixture and add water to it to get a dough like consistency. 6. Take this dough and twist it into circular shapes of that of the murukku (chakkli). 7. Heat oil in a kadai or a pan. 8. :- To test if the oil is hot enough, drop a pinch of dough into it. If it sinks, the oil isn`t hot enough. If the dough springs to the top with bubbles all around it, then the oil is ready. 9. Drop in the murukku gently into the hot oil and fry till golden brown. 10. Keep flipping the sides till the murukku is done. 11. :- Store in an air tight container.

Directions

Step 1

Wash and clean the rice well. Leave it to dry.

Step 2

Once it has dried completely, powder it nicely.

Step 3

Fry the white gram and powder it.
Keep it aside.

Step 4

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

Step 5

Take a little of this mixture and add water to it to get a dough like consistency.

Step 6

Take this dough and twist it into circular shapes of that of the murukku (chakkli).

Step 7

Heat oil in a kadai or a pan.

Step 8

:- To test if the oil is hot enough, drop a pinch of dough into it. If it sinks, the oil isn`t hot enough. If the dough springs to the top with bubbles all around it, then the oil is ready.

Step 9

Drop in the murukku gently into the hot oil and fry till golden brown.

Step 10

Keep flipping the sides till the murukku is done.

Step 11

:- Store in an air tight container.

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deccan

waaooooo..!!! very tasty and easy to prepare...!!!.......thanks Asha.... keep it up....!!

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sreekala

hello...i don`t think..this white gram is urad dal..i think its "pottukadala"...pl check it..

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kaycee

Rohith and Suchi wanted to know what white gram is, well it is Urad dhal ( black gram without the skin). Hope this helps. Cheers.

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Rohith

hey could anybody tell me what white gram is......I also wanna try this.....

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Suchi

what is white gram

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Ayesha

It came out really well,I also added grounded garlic pods. This turned out to be tasty.

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P.G.LEKSHMANAN

COMES OUT REAL CRISP AND TASTY

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Mrs.Vidya

The recipe came out quite well, except that i think the rice after it is powdered should be roasted once and seived before mixing with other ingredients

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hkjkj

bad

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Dian Johnson

Its a really nice and easy recipe.The murukku came out very well.And everybody liked so much.

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Lissie Johnson Akkarakkaran

Very Nice.

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Lissie Johnson Akkarakkaran

Very Nice.

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