Thursday, October 17, 2013

Rajma Murukku/Rajma Chakli

Wat to do with over cooked mushy rajma beans, either some of us makes tikkis with it or else make a stuffing with some spices for prepared stuffed parathas. I tried those both way of cooking to finish some overcooked rajmas eventhough some were sitting sadly in a my fridge. Seriously i want to finish them as soon as possible and tried them adding while make murukku aka chakli yesterday. Trust me the outcome was just fantabulous, initially i had a doubt whether the addition of rajma may absorbs much oil while frying the murukkus, but i was wrong they are just amazing.

Apart from the addition of thick rajma paste, these murukkus goes for usual ingredients. The addition of this rajma paste makes this murukkus just crispy,mildly buttery and extremely addictive. Eventhough these beauties are deep fried, once in while we can make them at home,also Diwali is around the corner.We are celebrating Diwali this year on 2nd November, if you still dont have any idea about a savoury dish for diwali celebration, make this crunchy munchies and celebrate diwali differently.Am very proud that one more creation of mine came out extremely prefect. They are just addictive and you cant stop urself just with one.This beauties are going Diwali Delicacies Event, hosted by me and Sangee Vijay of spicy treats and to Gayathri's Diwali Special..

1cup Rice flour
1/2cup Gram flour
1/4cup Rajma (cooked)
1tsp Cumin seeds
1tbsp Sesame seeds
1/4tsp Asafoetida powder
Salt
Oil for deep frying

Grind the cooked rajma as fine paste with enough water.

In a mixing bowl, take the rice flour,gram flour,cumin seeds,sesame seeds, asafoetida powder,salt,mix well and keep aside.

Now add the rajma paste and knead everything as a soft dough (sprinkle water if needed for kneading).

Heat oil for deep frying.

Drop enough murukku in a  murukku press, use star nozzle and squeeze out as medium shaped round murukkus over a greased plate or butter paper.

Once the oil is hot, slide gently the squeezed muruku and fry until they gets well cooked on both sides.

Drain the excess of oil with a paper towel.

Conserve them in air tightened box and munch.

They stay prefect for a month.

47 comments:

  1. It looks so crispy...love the ingredients..
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  2. Your idea of adding overcooked Rajma's to murukku is really really innovative...Murukku's has come fab...Wonderful chef :)

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  3. innovationukku ongala vitta yaarum kidayathu priya.. super duper murukku!

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  4. adding rajma to make murukku really very very innovative and murukku looks crispy...

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  5. kalakitenga priya ! some times we tend to create recipe ! this is like that !

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  6. adding rajma to the murukku is very innovative. had never heard of it. they have turned so crisp

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  7. GOod use to unusable mushy beans :D creative Priya.

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  8. So, the secret ingredient in this chakli is rajma! Chakli look crunchy and delicious!

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  9. I love muruku, this looks so nice and crispy!! wish I could put my hand through the screen and grab one off the plate :).

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  10. Innovative chakli recipe!! want to have some with my tea!!

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  11. aaah- tht's a nice idea priya- good one ! loved the header and the new look your space sports :)

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  12. Awesome awesome twists to the ever favourite murukkus :) aks you are seriously a brain child that we have in this blog world ;) we not only gawk your food but also your innovations... hats off innovation specialist :) too good but still so true hugs

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  13. Never tried this, you are making me to try this.love it.

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  14. Wow! Never had Rajma murukkus.. these look yummy and crunchy

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  15. Wowwwee, Murukku adding Rajma. Great idea and they look perfect n yum!!

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  16. so crispy and love the addition of Rajma

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  17. Crispy and crunchy murukku..sounds so innovative and inviting.

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  18. Murukkus look yummy. Loved the new look of your space too Priya, especially the header, looks awesome:)

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  19. Love the idea .Very innovative thinking .One day i will also post some recipes like this i guess.Fantastic click.

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  20. Fabulous thinking - want to know taste this crispy murruku!

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  21. Murukku looks inviting. Rajma murukku sounds innovative

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  22. New to me.Raja murukku so crispy.
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  23. Never knew we could make this with rajma, looks so crisp and delicious.

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  24. We love murukku! Makes an addictive snack! Your murukku looks so good!

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  25. Murukku looks so crispy... Liked ur version of adding Rajma ... Kudos to ur innovation :)

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  26. Am sure ,def u have a magic in ur hands,hats off to ur creativity..murukku looks soo perfect!!

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  27. Your pics of chaklis look simply looks delicious and mouthwatering. It has increased my appetite manifold.
    Deepa

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  28. I would never have thought about adding rajma to murukku, very innovative Priya..

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  29. Chaklis look so delicious and mouthwatering.Amazingly crispy preparation.
    Deepa

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  30. That's what u call innovation...u r great aka.hats off to u for all the innovation !! I love murk ku, but never bothered to make myself..,so next time when u came to London pack some for me :)

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  31. Very innovative murukku..Want to have some...

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  32. Very innovative akka.. Murukku looks crispy and you have perfectly made the round shape..

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  33. awesome innovation done aks :) only you can get ideas like this :) chaklis have come out so gud and crispy :) looks awesome !! well done on accomplishing the task aks :)

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  34. U rock as usual akka... Super innovation...

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  35. Thank goodness I did not make any foolish guesses when u asked about chakli in fb :))
    Murukku with rajma !!that looks so crispppy... awesome Priya.

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  36. G'day! Looks delicious Priya, true!
    What's your secret of getting them that crispy, but not greasy too?
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  37. Super idea Priya :-), Murukku looks very crunchy.

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  38. Ur awesome ur the best example for an endhu cook always passion abt cooking and creating stuff simply superb priya

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  39. sounds interesting..love the addition of rajma...Murukku looks crispy and tempting...

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  40. different murukku.. Looks awesome

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  41. This is wonderful,..using Rajma to make Murukku!

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  42. I love murukku....!! but I never made it myself...

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  43. such an innovative recipe n love this gorgeous color, kalakeerenga ponga :-)

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  44. wow!!!it looks so crunchy and crispy!!and i remember the quiz on fb:-)

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