May 15, 2007

Murukku OR Chakli

INGREDIENTS:
1. Rice flour - 2 cups
2. Besan (gram flour) - 1/4 cup
3. Plain flour - 1/4 cup
4. Sesame seeds (white) - 1/4 tsp
5. Jeera - 1/4 tsp
6. Ajwain (carom seeds) - a pinch
7. Butter - 1 1/2 tbsp (melted)
8. Hing - a pinch
9. Chilli powder - 1 tbsp
10. Salt - as per taste
11. Oil - to deep fry

METHOD:

1. Sift the flours together into a big bowl. Mix them along with the ingredients from 4 to 10 by adding some water to make a soft dough. The dough should easily pass through the mould, so make sure it's not too thick.


2. Heat oil for deep frying in a kadai. Meanwhile fill the mould with the dough. Squeeze chaklis on a parchment paper or a plastic wrap in a circular motion. Gently pick them up one by one and drop carefully into the oil. Fry till golden brown.


3. Remove the chaklis from oil and drain on a paper towel. Chaklis turn crisp once they are cooled, so serve after a few minutes.




13 comments:

Rajani said...

Hi Vini,
Nice looking and even murukkus.

cheers
rajani

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

Hey, thanx for dropping a comment on my blog and leading me to yours.. your chaklis look very nice!! I make it it a similar way, but I add a little lesser spices that you... Nice blog you have. great job!! :)

Anonymous said...

hi Vini
a good recipe and even more good looking chaklis
Suma

Aruna (themistressofspices.wordpress.com) said...

Vini, Chakuli's look sooo perfect & crunchy!!! I like ur Chakuli mould tooo.

Roopa said...

wow the chaklis look fabulous! nice photos and Very nice blog too!

roopa(www.recipeofchoice.wordpress.com)

VINI said...

*Rajani, thanks for the comment. Your blog is bright and colourful. I have to try out your sumptuous looking recipes.

*Ramya, thumba thanks :). I'am new in the blogging world. Comments are very much appreciated.

*Suma, thanks for dropping by.

*Aruna, thanks for the comment. Picked up that mould a few months ago during my visit to India.

*Roopa, thanks. Your blog is really nice.

DEEPA said...

hey vini ...very very yummy one ...mouthwatering ...too good man

siby said...

Page design & photos looks great..Will try one by one and leave the comments..Awesome....

Vcuisine said...

Vini, they are perfect for tea time. Viji

VINI said...

*Siby, thanks for the comment...do try out the recipes.

*Viji,thanks for visiting my blog. You have wonderful blog and amazing recipes that I'am sure to try out.

rushali said...

Awesome...Chaklis look fantastic!! All the reciepes are mouth watering....hats off to the presentation dear!!
Rushu

marriedtoadesi.com said...

Looks Awesome! I've always wanted to try and make these. Need to get the right equipment.

Thanks for stopping by my blog and the lovely comments!

Kanchana

Asha said...

Welcome to blogging Vini We do have a ViniK in blogosphere!:D
Chaklis looks great,my fan snack:)