Friday, October 29, 2010

Besan Muruku

Besam murukau is an excellent snacks for all murukku lovers. This muruku is a combo of Besan and rice flour but the taste of besan flour dominats the falvour. rice flour crips the muruku. Try it for sure..

Serving for 4( 30 nos)


Besan flour --2 cups
Rice flour  -- 1 cup
Hing  --1/2 tsp
Redchili powder --1 tsp
Jeera -- 1tsp
Seseme seeds -- 1 tsp
Butter --1/2 tsp
Salt --1/2 tsp
Water -- 3/4 cups

  • Mix all the ingredients with little water and kneat  into a dough slightly thicker than the chapathi dough.
  • Grease the side of the press and use the desired pattern to make murruku.
  • I usually make raw murukku in a  flat spatula and then drop it into the hot oil.(we cannot withstand the level of heat coming out when murruku is dopped and makes it difficult to drop the next one)
  • The oil should be hot at first and then reduce the flame to medium heat and allow to cook for a while until oil becomes clear with no bubbles.
  • Take it out and drain the oil to  store it in a air tight container .

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