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Any new version of murukku will tempt me to try immediately. I saw this version at Jey's space for this Diwali. So I bookmarked it. I have posted murukku with urad dal flour. Or with Roasted gram dal flour or Moong dal flour. But so far Bengal gram dhal flour or mix of lentil flours are not something I have tasted before. I was tempted by ingredients and mix of it. So I have decided to give it a try. I have given it to Mill to make powder (Mavvu). I felt the flour was not so fine so Wondering how it will turn out. But it came out extremely good. I have made this in few batches so you can see I have tried all kind of different shapes. My kids loved every version of it.

Ingredients :
For Flour: Bar boil rice - 8 cups
Urad dhal - 2
Chana Dal / bengal gram dal - 4 cups
Cumin seeds - 1/4 cup
Asafoetida   - 2g
For Murukku:
For 1 cup Flour
Butter - 1 tablespoon (Room Temperature)
Red chilli powder - 1/2 teaspoon (Adjust to your spice level)
Roasted sesame seeds - 1 teaspoon
Salt to taste
Oil for Deep fry


Method:

Let's Make the flour first. Dry roast all the ingredients under for Flour section one by one. Once cool down grind to smooth powder using food processor / blender or giving it to mills
Take the Murukku flour, Butter, Red chilli Powder, Roasted Sesame seeds and salt and make a stiff smooth 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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4 comments:

  1. nothing like munching on those crunchy goodness.. looks so yum

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  2. Oh wow... that's a big lot! I love murukkus in any form... this looks so good...

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  3. wow! looks super crunchy and spicy!

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  4. lovely crispy murukku..looks addictive :)

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