Sunday, December 16, 2012

Kodubale~~IC Challenge

Kodubale, the famous ring murukku this is how we call it. Kodubale is our this month's Indian Cooking Challenge and Valli shared two recipes of this kodubale, one is from Suma's space and the another one from Latha's space. I chosed Lathamma's recipe coz of peanuts, as i ran out of them i couldnt able to do Suma's version. I'll making her version soon as everyone at home enjoyed munching these cuties.Coming to this kodubale, this is a quite famous snacks in Karnataka eventhough Andhralites shared almost a same murukkus called chegodilu, we have already tried for Indian cooking challenge and you can see them here.

While am rolling the dough, my lil one was very curious and helped me to roll some, he just loved it and very much proud of rolling these kodubale. He couldnt stop himself calling his grandparents saying that he rolled perfectly these ring murukkus.Yep kids will definitely have fun and those lil hands will help you very much while making this murukkus. Dont forget to ask them to help you, that too if you are preparing kodubale in huge quantity.With a wonderful coconut flavour and crispiness, these kodubale are quite addictive.


2cups Rice flour
1/2cup All purpose flour
1/2cup Wheat flour
1/2cup Roasted gram flour/pottukadalai maavu
1/2cup Dessicated coconut or kopra
1/4tsp Asafoetida powder
1tbsp Ghee
Salt
1tsp Chilly powder
Oil for frying

Dry roast the dessicated coconut and grind as fine powder.

Also dry roast both the all purpose flour and wheat flour in simmer until they turns slightly golden brown.

Now take the flours, coconut powder, asafoetida powder,ghee,salt and chilly powder in a large bowl.

Gradually add the water and turn as a soft dough.

Take a small ball from the dough and roll as a log. Join both the ends to form a ring.Continue the same process until the dough gets finished.

Heat the oil for frying in medium flame,dont put the flame in high.

Gently drop the rolled kodubale to the oil, fry them in small batches until the kodubale gets well fried.

Drain the excess of oil with a paper towel and store in an air tightened box.

Enjoy with a cup of masala tea.

23 comments:

  1. I have never heard of this item before...looks crunchy and delicious...

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  2. Crisp and crunchy, very new to me dear.

    today's recipe:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2012/12/spinach-curry.html

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  3. Crispy and crunchy snack. Yummy preparation.
    Deepa

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  4. Totally new to me, but I'm not resisting your kodubale dear! :)

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  5. Looks very tempting, done perfectly..

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  6. looks crunchy n very tempting..

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  7. Looks like Andra Murukku.Delicious.

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  8. cCrunchy and delicious kodubale

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  9. Crunchy and delicious kodubale

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  10. Crunchy and delicious,urs look perfect..

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  11. Crispy cuties Priya..It's been quiet sometime now that I tried with ICC..

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  12. perfectly done n beautiful luking snack
    BTW Im ur new follwer too.PLZ visit my space if gets sum time n plz check out my new FB page dear..Hope u vl clik on like on FB page dear.Thanx in advance...
    Maha

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  13. Oh Priya, that is exactly how I make it too and I love Kodubales any time. Your looks perfectly crunchy.

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  14. so authentic, crunchy and perfect snack!!!
    Sowmya
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  15. crispy and yummy!
    http://great-secret-of-life.blogspot.com

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  16. My fav kodubale looks very crisp an crunchy..yummm

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