Wednesday, October 13, 2010


We are back... hope you guys missed us. We did! So much changed in a month...nip in the air...changing colors of foliage along with  glorious sunsets..perfect time for some hot chai on a cool fall evening and some crunchy muruku....u r invited :)

Dalia: 1 cup (Fine powder)
Rice Flour: 2 cup
Jeera/cumin: 1&1/2 tbsp
Hing/Asafetida: 1/4th tsp
Red chili flakes: (optional)
Salt: to taste
Oil: 1 tbsp (hot)

Oil: for deep frying

Mix dalia powder, rice flour, cumin, asafetida and salt. Add 1 tbsp of hot oil and mix it up,  form a dough by adding water. Heat oil in a kadai ( deep bottom pan) Put the dough in the murukku press, and press the dough directly into the hot oil. Fry on medium flame till it turns golden brown. Using a strainer, remove it on a paper towel. Repeat with rest of the dough. Store in an airtight container.

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  1. crispy!!! perfect for seattle weather :)

  2. murukku looks crispy, crunchy and awesome.....

  3. wonderful mind blowing click..u have done it perfectly.. love to have Some with tea.

  4. Back with a crispy bang! Lovely click. Murrukus look quite tempting to have them with a cup of tea.

  5. Crispy murukkus tempts me a lot, feel like munching some..

  6. Thats amazing,luks perfect...too gud Photography ...

  7. good to see you back!!! such perfect and deliciosu murukku..i wanna grab some now

  8. Good to see you them with my tea

  9. Wow! Those murukus look so crunchy and yumm. A great tea-time snack.

  10. they looks delicious & tempting.. I was resisting myself from oily foods...

  11. hey great to see you back and that too with a mouth watering recipe, just in time for the festival season! Yes, I did miss you!

  12. OMG...these look sooooooooooooooo good! Hubby's fav snack.


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