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Oats murukku recipe - Oats Pottukadalai Murukku recipe - Oats Chakli recipe - Snack Recipe - Diwali Recipe - Deepavali Recipes - Kids friendly Recipe

My kids are crazy about homemade murukku. Since these days I go to India almost once a month I seldom get chance to make snacks at home as I pack most of the stuff from India. Other day My son told me I am not making much of murukku because I have posted the recipes in my blog Smiley.. Also as there were preparing for the exam I asked them what kind of snack they wanted they told me they want Murukku. I had some oats flour left after my waffles so I decided to use that. This is first time I tried by adding it to coffee.. It tasted divine.. do try out if you haven't done it before
Ingredients:
Idiyappam Flour / Rice flour - 2 cups (I have used Idiyappam flour)
Pottukadalai / Roasted gram Dhal Flour - 1/4 Cup
Oats flour - 1/4 cup
Salt to taste
Chilli powder - 1/2 teaspoon
Cumin seeds - 1/2 teaspoon
Butter - 1.5 tablespoon
Sesame seeds - 1 teaspoon
Oil for Deep frying

Method:

Add Idiyappam Flour, Oats, Roasted Gram flour in a bowl. Add Salt, Chilli powder, cumin seeds, Butter, Sesame seeds and Hing. Add water little by little to make a smooth Stif dough

Take the star holed plate in the murukku press and fill it with the prepared dough. Make favourite shape murukku on a tissue paper by pressing the murukku press. You can do it on the back of the laddle too..
Heat oil in kadai , When it is hot add pressed murukku Turn it after 1 min and fry till the are cooked or till hissing sound subside. Drain from oil to paper towels. 
Store it in airtight container. 


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9 comments:

  1. Loved the addition of oats flour to the murukku. Sounds healthy and looks delicious and crispy.

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  2. Super tempting, healthy and crunchy!! Love the coffee with murukku!!

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  3. Murukku looks super crunchy and addictive. My grandma used to make murukkus and I used to put them in coffee and drink.. Missing those good old days.. The last picture brought back those memories.

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  4. I always like to have murukku dipped in coffee or tea... Looks perfect and crunchy..

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  5. Hv only seen mixture eaten along in tea.. tis looks new yumky crunchy looking murukku

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  6. Wow, oats murukku, looks so crispy and perfect..

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  7. Oats murukku sounds so healthy and yumm....love the clicks...they look so crisp..

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  8. looks so crispy n crunchy..yumm!!

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