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