Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Potato Murukku

Deepfried snacks are quite welcome that too when the temperature goes under 0°c.. we had a rainy weekend and i tried out making some crispy deepfried crispies for our snacks, this time i wanted to make some murukku coz i have nt prepared these deepfried beauties since deepavali also i wished to prepare them quite different from the usual murukku..I got hooked to this potato murukku at Raji's Rak's Kitchen as this recipe went just for rice flour,cooked potatoes,butter and salt which sounds absloutely easy for me and tried out this sunday,needless to say the whole batch i prepared vanished within few hours and am gonna make some again this coming weekend..Thanks to Raji for sharing this delicious potato murukku with us,which goes for easy preparation..Sending to Jayasri's Blogger's Marathon - Rak's Kitchen..

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Potato Murukku

2cups Rice flour
1no Potato (big & cooked)
1tsp Cumin seeds
1/4tsp Asafoetida powder
1/4cup Butter (room temperature)
Oil
Salt

Grind the cooked potato with butter and enough water as fine paste, take the rice flour,cumin seeds, asafoetida powder, salt in a large bowl,gradually add the grounded paste,water and knead as soft and smooth dough..Heat enough oil of deepfrying..

Gently drop enough dough in a murukku press with star nozzle or three holes nozzle and squeeze out the dough in a greased plate,drop gently to the hot oil and cook until the bubbles gets off from the oil, drain the murukkus in paper towel and arrange in air tightened box...

49 comments:

  1. Crunch crunch crunch delicious :-)

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  2. Wow good snack..will do tis soon because of its simple ingredients..my hubby loves murukku..will surprise him tis weekend..thanks..

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  3. I like this a lot..It tastes so good..

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  4. Sounds really easy with few ingredients. The photos are alluring . I can imagine the crunchiness while u ate+ :-)

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  5. Many have tried this seeing Raks post. Sure would have turned out well

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  6. Yesss..,These are perfect on a rainy day...Looks crispy & tempting Priya..
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  7. This is looking so good priya... sounds extremely easy and tasty..I am sure everybody must have loved it.

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  8. I am sure it will taste good .Looks yummy

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  9. Hai
    Lovely Blog and great recipes.
    I would like to share an award which I received from Shilpi. Please collect it at my blog.

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  10. This is one of our family favorite too :) Has come out very nice to you :)

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  11. CRISPY AND MUNCHING SNACK KI GRAB IT JUST NOW.

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  12. looks crispy, nice snack at tea time

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  13. Wonderful recipe.Sounds delicious and crunchy..Sure I'll try this murukku..thanks Priya for sharing this recipe.

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  14. Priya, u r the queen of innovation...Potato muruku..i havent even dreamt of it:-)
    Looks soo yumm n crunchy..!

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  15. hi. love this murukku and urs look so perfectly made.
    FOODELICIOUS

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  16. it looks lovely and crispy... no wonder it is a super hit..
    Reva

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  17. I love Murukku... whatever the kind is...

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  18. Mmmm...looks very delicious. Have a wonderful day. MaryMoh at http://www.keeplearningkeepsmiling.com

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  19. I too had bookmarked it.This looks so crispy that I am tempted to try it out this weekend :)

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  20. looks good never tried this one thanks for sharing

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  21. Potato murukku looks so lovely... I dont have a murukku press and I miss it now :(

    http://krithiskitchen.blogspot.com

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  22. So crispy n crunchy murukku...

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  23. looks very yummy..I tried this long time back..maybe my kids will love it ..should make it again soon..thanks for reminding!

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  24. Gosh the recipe seems so easy. I'm bookmarking this recipe :)

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  25. Gosh the recipe seems so easy. I'm bookmarking this recipe :)

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  26. I would go crazy over something so crispy, crunchy and yummy snack like this. So clever, and genius!

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  27. Wow!! Priya, this looks so simple n delicious..bookmarked and will try it soon. Thanks for sharing.

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  28. delicious muruku...very tempting!
    Smitha
    http://smithasspicyflavors.blogspot.com/

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  29. crunchy murukku... great snack with some tea..

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  30. Potato muruku looks delicious.

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  31. Looks very crispy and feel like munching rt now

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  32. potato muruku looks crisp and yumm priya have to try some recipes from her place...

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  33. potato muruku looks crisp and yumm priya have to try some recipes from her place...

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  34. Omg, muruku makes me hungry..Soo tempting!

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  35. Murukku looks so crispy and crunchy. Love to munch some..

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  36. crispy n new with potatoes looks delicious..

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  37. Interesting muruku.. Must have tasted very good, deep fried potatoes and rice, can't go wrong.. :)

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  38. I have a similar recipe with me, I haven't tried it yet, these look gorgeous, thanks for sending it dear

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  39. Never tried this bit will bookmark it as we love crunchy snacks

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  40. So tempting Priya..I can keep munching for ever!..:)

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  41. Yummy murrukku - must try to make sometime

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