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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

ring-murukku recipe
Ring murukku is new to me and tasted only 2 or 3 times from shops. We have never tried at home. But when I was thinking what to make for Diwali snacks this year newly, Vj wanted me to make ring murukku. So I adapted the recipe from Srivalli’s blog and then mom also gave me few recipes for it and tried 2 weeks back. So this is not the authentic chegodilu, but just a ring murukku, that’s it. Though I made it very less, still it took some time for me as it was totally new to me. It is better for just trying in small quantities, otherwise the rolling and making ring part is just time consuming than even the kai murukku. And it comes out best only with fresh homemade rice flour. So if you don’t mind spending time and want to make this cute looking murukku, you can try in small quantity as I have mentioned. Its a perfect tea time snack and kids love it as it looks similar to onion rings and they like to insert their finger in it and eat playfully.
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Ring murukku recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Breakfast
Prep Time: 30 mins    |  Cook time:30 mins    Serves: 4

Ingredients

Raw rice - 1 cup

Urad dal flour/ moong dal flour - 1 tblsp

Red chilli powder - 1 tsp

Sesame seeds - 1 tbsp

Asafoetida - 1/8 tsp

Jeera - 1 tsp

Butter / hot oil - 1 tblsp

Salt - as needed

Oil - for deep frying


Method

  1. Soak rice for an hour and drain water completely. Spread for 30 mins in a clean cotton kitchen towel to absorb the excess moisture. Grind this to a fine powder in mixie and sieve it to get rice flour. You may get 1 & 1/2 to 2 cups of flour depending on the rice quality. Refer my kai murukku post for step wise preparation of rice flour.
  2. 1-ring-murkku
  3. Boil a cup of water in a vessel. Add butter and salt to it and then the flour. I added 1 & 1/2 cups of flour to get the dough. Immediately switch off the flame. the quantity of flour differs depending upon the rice flour quality. The dough should be thick enough like the usual murukku dough.  So keep the flour ready to add more if needed. Keep the dough covered. After its cooled down or warm enough to handle, add jeera, red chilli powder, sesame seeds and knead to a dough.
  4. 2-ring
  5. You can either roll equal goose berry sized balls ready fully,  to make rings or then and there pinch equal amount of dough for making the ring murukku. I roll and keep balls to make sure the rings are equally sized. Roll into thin ropes and join the ends to make rings.
  6. 3-ring
  7. Deep fry in hot oil few per batch. While a batch is getting cooked, you can make the next batch. Or make all the rings together and fry little by little. Fry in high flame but do not let it fume. Until golden and the shh.. sound and bubbles reduces.
  8. 4-ring

Notes

    • Make sure you roll thin and even sized to ensure even cooking.
    • I have used store bought rice flour too, but it needs only 1 cup for 1 cup water. But the texture is best and comes out perfect only with homemade flour. Store bought flour gives a very light and hallow murukku.
    • If you reduce the flame while frying as we do for other snacks, the ring murukku wont get cooked properly and even it will become oily.
    • If not fried properly it will become soft the next day. But still I recommend eating the same day we prepare.
    • I used urad dal flour – roast urad dal, powder and sieve it. Same way you can prepare moong dal flour.

Perfect tea time snack, to much on with you favourite hot drink.

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32 comments:

  1. Was thinking of doing this for diwali..i have a doubt can we use rice flour from the shop for ths?

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    1. Yes I have tried both. pls refer notes section second point.

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  2. Was thinking of doing this for diwali..i have a doubt can we use rice flour from the shop for ths?

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  3. Perfect shape raks ,,, romba nalla irukku even i have tasted this only in shop never attempted it

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  4. Cant we make these with rice flour instead ?

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    1. Yes I have tried both. pls refer notes section second point.

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  5. Looks Yummy and crispy!!! This is one of my favorite snacks. Thanks Raji posting the recipe.

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  6. Thanks a lot for this timely recipe!

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  7. Dear Raks,

    My fav one, thanks for posting the recipe... I think of your kitchen full of homemade(expertise) sweets & savories for Diwali.. Great Raks You are inspiring lot of us to try the recipes.
    Great!!!!

    Wishing you and Your Family Very Happy Diwali

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  8. I love it very much.It is called kodubele here. But ur bro hates it.so not making :( .. U r tempting me badly :)

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  9. yum yum yummy!!! love this delicious snack!!

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  10. Nicely done murukku...looks perfect

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  11. perfect Ring Murukku, i wanted to try this for long time and now your post n pics bring me confident to give it a try,let see :) lovely clicks as always :)

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  12. Yummy kodubales..always bring back some from my Bangalore trip

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  13. Raks,
    You have been rocking with Diwali receipes this year of all the blogs i refer .. I am planning to make murukku, ribbon pakoda, mixture and badusha, adhirasam, gulab jamun refering your site..

    You tempt me to add more .... Keep rocking and wish you and your family a happy Diwali

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  14. Dear Raji,
    you are rocking this Diwali with loads and loads of recipes for sweets and snacks..Of all the blogs i refer to, you are simply doing an awesome work dear... Planning to make snacks- Murukku, Ribbon Pakoda and Mixture, Sweets- Badusha, gulab Jamun, Adirasam and Mysorepak refering your site.

    Again you rock .. Way to go girl!!!!
    Wish you and your family a happy and safe Diwali

    - Mathi Ravi

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  15. You are my goddess dear I have lost that murukku stand u know where v make ribbon pakoda,muruku,oma podi that set I missed when v shifted from ny to Ca .I was so down but got 3 ideas from ur site love u sooooooooo much after all I can impress my hubby without the set and this recipe is so apt thank u so much raks.

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  16. You are my goddess dear I have lost that murukku stand u know where v make ribbon pakoda,muruku,oma podi that set I missed when v shifted from ny to Ca .I was so down but got 3 ideas from ur site love u sooooooooo much after all I can impress my hubby without the set and this recipe is so apt thank u so much raks.

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  17. i love to finish the box in seconds ....

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  18. So perfectly done Ring murukku Raks

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  19. I wanted to try this for Diwali not sure whether I will have the time. Yours looks so crispy !! For now I will virtually eat :)

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  20. We call this kodubale in Kannada. Happy Diwali, Raks.

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  21. oh love this ....looks so yum

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  22. perfectly made murukku... inviting to try......

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    1. I too have tried with store bough flour, but it dint burst! But anyways thanks for letting know. May be your dough was too smooth. It should be having some cracks to avoid bursting.

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  24. Ennama kalakureenga raks !!! I love this muruku from stores. will surely try may be not for diwali

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  25. perfect size Ring Murukku, i wanted to try this for long time. Surely going to do for this Diwali...

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  26. Lovely clicks, murukku looks delicious.

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  27. Hi., this s d first time i comment here .but i hv read many recipes of yours . Can u pls tel me wats d measurement for a cup? And is tat same for all of your recipes?

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