Wheat flour murukku recipe was given to me by my MIL, through a TV show. When I was telling about the maida seedai I made during Gokulashtami, MIL said we can even make murukku same way with wheat flour. Actually I had maida murukku in my mind to try sometime, but when I heard same way we can make murukku with wheat flour as well, I was double happy to try. Atleast the maida is replaced with wheat flour, though its deep fried. So I was waiting for Diwali time to come to try this murukku and tried with 1 cup flour today. It turned out perfect. The murukku was just tasting like murukku and no atta (wheat flour) smell in it. So you can try this too for your kids would love this and now straight on to the Diwali snack recipe.
Store in an airtight container and enjoy your snack time :) Its crisp and tasty, that no body will know what flour you have used!
Here’s how I made the shape. Hope its helpful to the beginners. Hold the murukku press high so that its easy to coil as you press.