Thursday, October 12, 2017

Barnyard Millet Ribbon Pakoda/Kuthiravali Ola Pakoda

Barnyard millet, is definitely a super versatile grain you can cook up many delicious dishes from breakfast to snack foods. I have been cooking with millets often as i love to feed my family members with healthy grains in their diet. Millets replace very well rice or other grains in your diet. And when its comes to cook some savouries with those incredible millets, i dont hesitate a second to dish some interesting snack foods aka savouries with them. Not to forget that millets works awesome to make sweets as well. Hope you guys are busy in searching for some interesting sweets and savouries for Diwali, just 9 more days to go and once again i miss celebrating this fantastic festival of lights at my hometown. However its again a working day for us, seriously we are going to miss the fun here.

Barnyard Millet Ribbon Murukku,Kuthiravali Ribbon Pakoda

I have been experimenting different recipes with millets and one of my recent trial is this Barnyard millet murukku aka kuthiravali ribbon pakoda. If you are searching for a different ola pakodas then am sure my today's post will definitely help you to make your savoury snacks for Diwali, the popular Indian festival of lights. I prepared barnyard millet flour myself at home by dry roasting those millets and made flour out of it. This homemade barnyard millet flour makes excellent crunchy and dangerously addictive ribbon pakodas.Am running this week's blogging marathon with Diwali sweets and savouries as theme, obviously these crunchy munchies goes for this theme.

Kuthiravali Ribbon Pakoda, Barnyard Millet Ribbon Murukku

2cup Barnyard millet flour
1cup Gramflour
1/4cup Rice flour
1tsp Chilly powder
1tbsp Sesame seeds
1tbsp Butter
1/4tsp Asafoetida powder
Oil for deepfrying

Take the barnyard millet flour,gramflour, rice flour, asafoetida powder, chilly powder,salt , sesame seeds,butter in a large bowl, gradually add the water and knead as a soft and stiff dough.

Heat the oil for deepfrying.

Meanwhile take the murukku press with the ribbon murukku nozzle, put a ball of this dough and press directly to the hot oil.

Barnyard millet ribbon murukku

Fry the ribbon pakoda on both sides until they gets well cooked.Repeat the same process with remaining dough.

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


Srivalli said... Reply To This Comment

What a lovely choice Priya, must have tasted awesome..

vaishali sabnani said... Reply To This Comment

I must bookmark this recipe for ribbon Pakora , it looks so crunchy and making it with millets is so interesting .

Pavani said... Reply To This Comment

Another very unique and interesting murukku. Never thought millet flour can be used to make murukku -- awesome idea.

Usha said... Reply To This Comment

Muruku is crunchy and great treat for Diwali said... Reply To This Comment

really healthy muruku..

Harini R said... Reply To This Comment

One more interesting ingredient. Tempting murukku.

veena said... Reply To This Comment

I have made murukku with this millet flour, yet to make ribbon pakoda. Looks very crunchy!!

Sharmila kingsly said... Reply To This Comment

Adding millet flour is just awesome.. Great pick for diwali..

Sandhiya said... Reply To This Comment

Seen lot of savories dish with millets nowadays. Sounds interesting, looks so crunchy will give it a try.

Preeti said... Reply To This Comment

Crunchy ribbon shape namkeen looks tasty and perfectly done.

Mayuri Patel said... Reply To This Comment

Another interesting snack recipe Priya. I think next time I want to make something different I must visit your blog.

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said... Reply To This Comment

What a lovely ribbon this is with some whole grain flour. This is definitely a good change from the traditional one.

Ritu Tangri said... Reply To This Comment

This is something really interesting

Priya Srinivasan - I Camp in My Kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

Crunchy munch ribbon Priya! Love the use of miller flour ❤️

Unknown said... Reply To This Comment

Nice idea to make this snack healthy. Now it looks a bit sinfree.