01 March, 2012

Maida Murukku


 Just made this Murukku for today's tea time munch.Very quick to make!!Do try this at your home and enjoy.. :)Recipe's from Tamilnadu.My grand ma used to make this oftenly :) 

Ingredients:
  1. Maida/All purpose Flour- 2 cups
  2. Rice flour-1 cup
  3. Asafetida-Little
  4. Cumin and black pepper corns-1 teaspoon (coarsely crushed)
  5. Salt- To taste
  6. Hot oil-1 teaspoon 
  7. Oil- For deep frying
  8. Water-As Needed
Cooking Maida:
  • Take a muslin cloth, put maida .
  • Steam it  or pressure cook it for 20 mins.
  • After that open the pack,and spread on a wider plate .Let it cool for 10-15mins.
  • Then sieve  and keep aside.

Method:
  • Take rice flour and maida in a bowl.
  • Add salt,cumin and pepper powder,on the top.Mix well in hand.
  • Now pour the hot oil and mix and break the lumps.
  • Then sprinkle water ,make a dough.
  • Put the mixture in to murruku acchu,press directly in to the oil.
  • Fry till gets crisp in both side,drain the oil completely.
  • Transfer in to kitchen towel,allow to cool and store it!!
  • Serve the Murukku with hot cup of tea/Coffee :) 

Note:
  • You can store this processed Maida for up to 2-3 months.Steam and seive and store in air tight box.Then use when you required.
Linking this recipe to ongoing event,  "South Indian Foods" @Foodelicious and to "Walk through memory lane" hosting by Roshan"

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17 comments:

  1. wow..loved it.thanx 4 sharing this..vl try this sure.......

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  2. Amma makes often this murukku when we're kids...looks so crispy n perfect!!

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  3. why the steaming of the maida?really nice looking murukku..perfect with evening chai.

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  4. This looks absolutely yummy..I should try this soon...Bookmarking this one..

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  5. Love these, you have done them so perfectly, they look so crunchy..

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  6. Looks so crunchy. Perfect for tea time

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  7. Looks like a shrimp.Perfect preparation.

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  8. look crunchy & tasty..tea time must have been great :)
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  9. @Simran..Maida will not be sticky if you steamed.. :)

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  10. Steaming process makes the murukku less oily, that's what Mom used to mention. Thanks for sending it to my event dear.

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  12. I remember mom making this murukku. Yours has come out perfect and looks so inviting...

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  13. thanks for linking the recipe to WTML...

    all types of murukku are my favorite .... hope to see more recipes..

    cheers

    roshan

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  14. My mom used to make chakli the same way. I never tried it but my younger sister still makes it. Lovely pictures.

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  15. Hai...Just now prepared murukku follwing this recipe...came out really well...thank you

    subashini

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