I have quite a few version of murukku recipes in my blog. My favorite ones are mullu murukku, thenkuzhal, coconut milk murukku, wheat flour murukku, check my other recipes here..There are still so many versions of murukku, for this diwali i wanted to share most of them, so i started making them now itself..
Ring Murukku such a fun crispy murukku to try as diwali snacks..So crunchy and your kids will love it..This murukku is a spicy one and taste so yummy with a cup of chai. This version is too simple and loved enjoying making the rings as well. I also made some garlic murukku on the same day and it turned out just great..Will share that recipe tomorrow..This is a simple ring murukku, there is another version which is called as chegodilu, it has moongdal and made a lil different than this. Will share that recipe soon too..
I hope you will love it and let me know how they turned out for you..
Preparation Time : 10 mins
Cooking Time : 2 to 3 mins per batch
Makes : 20 to 25 rings
Water - 1 cup
Salt to taste
Red Chilli Powder - 1 tsp
Asafoetida / Hing / Kaya Podi - 1/4 tsp
Sesame Seeds - 1 tblspn
Oil for Deep frying + 1 tsp
Heat water in a sauce pan, and bring it to a boil.
Take it off the heat and add in salt and rice flour. Mix well so it comes together. If it is sticky add more rice flour and mix well.
Now remove the dough to a bowl and let it cool a bit. Knead it to a soft dough.
Now add in chilli powder, sesame seeds and asafoetida. Mix well.
Now heat a tsp of oil till it is smoky, pour that over the dough and mix well.
Divide the dough into equal small balls.
Take a ball and roll it thinly, bring both the sides together and pinch them up.
Heat oil for deep frying.
Drop in the rings and fry till golden and the shh sound subsides in the oil.
Drain it and let it cool comepletely.
Store it in a air tight container and enjoy..
|Take all your ingredients|
|Bring water to a boil|
|Once it reaches a boil, take it off the heat|
|add in rice flour|
|mix well till it comes together, add more rice flour|
if it is sticky
|Remove it in a bowl|
|Knead it to a soft dough, add more flour if needed.|
|Now add in chilli powder|
|some sesame seeds|
|Now heat oil in a small tadka pan|
|Pour it in|
|divide it into small balls|
|Take a ball|
|Roll it thinly|
|Bring the sides together|
|pinch it out|
|Heat oil for deep frying|
|Drop them in|
|Fry till the shh sound from oil stops|
|Remove it and let it cool comepletely|