Rice Sabudana Muruku

My mom always made rice and urad dal muruku and it is one of my favorite snack till date. When Srivalli  posted rice and sabudana murruku for this months ICC  i was really exited to try a new version of my favorite snack . 
Rice Flour   -  1 cups
Besan flour  - 1/4  cup
Puttukadala/Fried Gram flour - 1/4 cup
Sago - 1/4 cup

Salt to taste
Curd - 25 gms / 2 tbsp + 2 tbsp water
Chile powder - 2  tsp or as per taste


1. Soak sabudana in  curd  for 3 hrs.
2. Mix all the flours, chilli and salt together.
3. Heat 50 gms oil(about 1/4 cup) and add to flour mixture.
4. Add the buttermilk soaked sago slowly.
5. Knead to a roti dough consistency adding water as required.
6. Keep a deep pan on heat and fill half of the vessel with oil.

7. Fill  muruku press with dough.
8. Form the desired shape on an oiled cookie sheet/plate.
9. When oil heats to 340 F ,drop  a few muruku one  at a time into the oil.
10. Cook on both sides till golden on medium flame.
Notes:


  •  If you don't have murruku press try cookie press with a piping nozzle.
  • I used food processor to make dough.
  •  Ensure sago soaks in buttermilk well and is soft or else it will burst  when you press it down in hot oil.
  • Cook on medium to ensure even cooking.
  • Fried Gram (Chutney dal) flour is made from fried channa dal that is available commercially.

16 comments:

  1. Nisha,,, murukku sounds great dear waiting for ur picture ...sometimes it happens like that while taking pics..

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  2. I miss murukku. They are really addictive. I bet I have to make them. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  3. Awesome murukku. Very crunchy and crispy looking, the perfect murukku.

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  4. muruku looks very crunchy.....nice job done..

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  5. wow murukus have really retained their shapes..great job!

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  6. Perfect muruku, crispy and yuumy dear..

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  7. Perfect snack when watching TV. I love them.

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  8. PERFECT AWESOME Muruku....just mouth watering...!! will try your recipe. Thxs :)

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  9. Hi Nisha,Thanks for dropping by and joining me..Glad to know you,first time here you have a lovely blog with wonderful recipes...murruku looks so crunchy and perfect for the event!!

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  10. Hi Nisha.. thanks so much for dropping by and sharing your thoughts :)... i have never heard of sago murruku.. looks awesome and tasty... following u too :)

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  11. Perfect...looks like you are a master in this :-)

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  12. They look sooo.. perfect and crunchy.

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  13. Perfect, crispy and delicious murrukku..Great effort, Nisha..

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  14. Muruku looks crispy and nice

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