Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Ring Murukku /Chegodilu!


Hello All,

A very very happy Diwali to everyone. Let the festival of lights bring joy and happiness in everyone's life. Have a safe Diwali.
I tried Patisa/Soan Papdi for the Diwali Sweet and Chegodilu for the savoury quotient. Patisa didnt turn out great as i tried for first time and as i tried with brown sugar the sugar syrup confused me with the consistency and color. Will try it out again with white sugar and post soon.
Coming to Ring Murukku, a very quick and crispy snack with minimum ingredients. I had to choose this as diwali snack as i didnt have murukku press.





INGREDIENTS

English
Tamil
Telugu
Hindi
Quanity
Rice Flour
Arisi Maavu
Biyyam Pindi
Chaval ke aate
1 cup
Urad Dal Flour
Ulutham Maavu
Mina Pindi
Urad dal ke aate
1 tbsp
Asafoedita
Perungayam
Inguva
Hing
a pinch
Chilli Powder
Milagai Thool
Kara Podi
Lal Mirch Powder
1 tsp
Carom Seeds
Omam
Vama
Ajwain
1/2 tsp
Cumin Seeds
Seeragam
Jeera
Jeera
1/2 tsp
Sesame Seeds
Ellu
Nuvvulu
Til
1 tsp
Salt
Uppu
Uppu
Namak
1 tsp / as needed
Butter / Ghee
Vennai / Nei
Venna
Makan
1 tbsp
Oil
Ennai
Nune
Thel
To deep Fry
Water
1 cup
STEPS
  • Add one cup of water to a vessel and bring to boil. Add butter and salt to it.
  • Add the rice flour and urad dal flour to it and mix well until it becomes a dough like shown.
  • Let it cool for sometime and then add other ingredients and mix well.


  • Pinch small balls of gooseberry size and roll it to a thin rope form.
  • Join the ends together and slightly pinch it and form a ring.
  • Do the same for the remaining dough.


  • Heat oil in a kadai and once oil is heated enough drop the rings carefully and fry them/.
  • Turn them now and then for even cooking and browning.
  • Remove them once they are golden brown and place it on paper towel to remove excess oil.





Try this simple recipe and enjoy your diwali. See you soon with another interesting recipe. 


With Love,







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