Thursday, August 20, 2009

Belated Happy Ganesh Chaturti And Easy, Quick Muruku/Chakli

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Ingredients :
1cup rice flour
1stick butter
1/2 tsp chilly powder
1tsp ajwain seeds
1tsp sesame seeds
1/2 tsp jeera /cumin seeds
salt to taste
oil for deep frying


Method:

1) Mix all the ingredients with enough water to make the soft dough.
2) Take muruku/chakli maker greece that first, then fill the lump of dough,then pipe it in a circle shape .(I make the circle pattern on the aluminium sheet first ).
3) Heat the oil ,then place the muruku one by one and fry this till it turns golden brown.
4)Remove the muruku from the hot oil then place it on the paper towel .Allow to cool and keep it in a dry container .Enjoi!:P

37 comments:

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

Hope you had a good festival!! the chaklis look delicious....

Gita said...

Nice pictures Mangala :)

Subhie Arun said...

wow ..tats looks grt yar....mouthwatering!....yum yum

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Lovely Chakli Mangala, nice pictures as ever..

Valarmathi said...

Nice color, looks crispy and crunchy.

Nithya said...

Wish you the same dear. lovely post with such cute pics. Absolutely tempting.

Chitra said...

Belated wishes to u dear..murukku is really tempting..I too made this..Urs is looking fantastic :) Drooling ;)

Sushma Mallya said...

Hope u had a wonderful time with ur family during ganesh chaturti mangala....muruku looks crispy..liked the colour of it...

Vrinda said...

Murukku cameout perfect,i never tried these at home...

Vani said...

Looks perfect, Mangala!

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

looks delicious... nice click as usual...

Hema said...

Awesome pic as usual Mangala.. Muruku looks crisp and delicious

Padma said...

Belated wishes Mangala.... chakli looks nice crispy and yummy

Sush said...

chakli looks so perfect, mouthwatering & crisp. Great job & as usual some great pictures too :)

Pavithra said...

Absolutely awesome and tempting pictures mangala... really feel like snacking seeing this.

Sanghi said...

Chakli looks perfect. HAppy ganesh chadhurthi dear!

My Experiments with Cooking said...

Crisp and nice muruks! pictures are bright and definitely good :)

Priya said...

Belated Ganesh Chathurti Mangal, Such a crispy and crunchy murukku looks fantastic..

Ann said...

Looks crispy and divine..love to have some..nosalgic.
Happy Ganesh Chathurthy as well Mangala.

kitchen queen said...

The chaklis look yummy. hope u had a nice ganesha celebration.

Lena Rashmin Raj said...

Mangalzzzz.....belated happy vinayagar chathurthi...murukku looks amazing.. :)i tried making murukku before 2months with an idea that i can put it in my blog.. but it didn come perfectly with that round shape...when i tried to put it in hot oil, shape chaned from round to oval , rectangle n all.. :)then i made just like that n crushed to small pieces.. :) this looks perfect in shape and color..wish to have it.. :)

Nags said...

lovely pics, an addictive snack no?

Hari Chandana said...

Wonderful muruku Mangala... simply superb.. lovely clicks!!

Sharmila said...

They look so crisp and good! :-)

Parita said...

lovely clicks! belated ganesh chaturthi to you too dear!

Priti said...

Looks so yum...beautiful click dear

Sireesha said...

Looks very tasty and delicious dear:)

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow...love that crispy and yum muruku....

aquadaze said...

wow...these are amongst the things I've never made at home ever!! I am quite content to just eat them..wish I could have one right now :)

Mangala Bhat said...

Thanks evry one!

Nandini said...

I always love your cool lovely colorful snaps! Murukku is crispy and perfect!

sowmya aneesh said...

Lovely chakli Mangala.Tried seeing your recipee came out very good.thanku so much....

Arch said...

Mmmmm...looks noce and crisp ! I have never attempted making chaklis at home...this sounds quite simple..

Pr said...

Hi,
I tried this recipe today.Instead of adding 1 stick butter, i added 1/2 cup ghee..since 1 stick = 1/2 cup butter. The flour completely absorbed the ghee and formed a nice dough. When i made the murukus and put them in hot oil, they just melted and vanished. What did i do wrong? Could using ghee have caused the problem? How did u add butter? Did u first melt it? How big is your cup when you say 1 cup rice flour? Please clarify my doubts.ThanksPB.

Neha said...

yummy murukku... i simply love it...

forkbootsandapalette said...

great pics...looks absolutely delicious

RV said...

Hi Mangala,

Lovely pics.

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