Friday, January 9, 2009

Triple - Flours Murukku

Winter season need always something crunchy for snacks n our traditional murukkus goes awesome with hot coffee for this season...here comes, my version of  murukku prepared with three flours that is besan flour, rice flour n soya flour...recently i bought soyaflour to prepare my roti n parathas as more healthy, i didnt found any difference after adding soyaflour and they are quite healthy..for a twist i added to try my murukku with soyaflour, while making the murukkus the soya flour didnt change the crispyness, colour , taste..i am happy to try this murukku with soyaflour..


1cup Besan flour
1cup Rice flour
1/2cup Soya flour
2tbsp Vegetable Margarine r butter (melted)
1/4cup Sesame seeds
1tsp Fennel seeds
5nos Garlic pods
1tsp Red chilly powder

Grind both fennel seeds n garlic pods together into fine paste..add a cup of water to this fine paste n strain the water, we r going to use this water for the dough..take a large bowl, siever the three flours together...add the red chilly powde, sesame seeds n melted margarine r butter n with the fennel - garlic water, knead everything together into soft dough, can also add extra water if its not sufficient...

Heat the oil for deep frying in medium high flame..Take the muruku press, here i used thenkuzhal nozzle.. can use any sort of nozzle for making this murukku..take a small portion from the muruku dough, squeeze out over the hot oil n fry both sides until they turn brown...drain the excess of oil in paper towel..

Store them in air-tightened box n munch them whenever u need...

29 comments:

  1. hummm iam also planing to make some for pongal nice crisp muruku s and mixing soyaflour makes it helthy

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  2. looks yummy...crisy...u r tempting me

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  3. I love murukku and this lookss so crunchy and yummy.

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  4. Muruku looks perfect for u. Never tried adding soya flour in murukku. Sounds healthy.... YUM!

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  5. wow, with soya flour sounds great.

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  6. Soya flour, yay! I have it in the fridge, can use in this recipe. Thanks! :))

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  7. I love murukku and this pne is surely a wonderful recipe! have been watching you prepare one great recipe after the other. YUMMY!

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  8. I add besan and rice flour, what is soya flour? the murukku looks so crunchy!

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  9. Hi priya ..
    Crispy murukku ...very nice

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  10. Looks very crisp and yummy Priya..Happy New Year to you..

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  11. murukku looks so yummy & crunchy

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  12. Loks ownderful Priya. i nevermake these at home, feels like too much work for me.

    I didn't know u could make roti with soya flour. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. murukku looks so yummy and crunchy.

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  14. Interesting and healthy recipe..Never tried with soy flour..

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  15. Wow soya flour in murukkus, they look very crispy, we can have these murukkus without any guilt :)

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  16. the entire murukku recipe is new to me priya..its really interesting..the crispy beauties.

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  17. ah....murukus,I need to make some, feels like having them right now.
    Nice combo of flour....

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  18. Lovely and perfect snack.Soy flour makes it more healthy.I avoid this as I am lazy to deep fry.Nice and crisp

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  19. yummy and crispy. you know so many different varieties :)

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  20. Sounds super good with soy flour:)

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  21. murrukus are my favv ,looks delecious

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  22. soy flour for murukku is nice a addition. Looks good.

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  23. Priya, murukku is my favorite snack and it's definitely alluring in winter. I love the addition of soy flour.

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  24. Woah..lovely crispy ones Priya..:)

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  25. delicious, yummy, mouth-watering, tempting, inviting murukus, that's all I can say :)

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  26. WOW makes me drool. Adding soya pow is something new.. Looks yummy.

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  27. Murukku looks great!! Priya, you must be a busy cook:)

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