Chakuli/ Murukku

It was always a flop show when I prepared chakuli or murukku. There was one or the other mistake but now I have no problem because amma and mamama (grandma) taught me the right way of making chakuli and here is the perfect one.
These Chakli's Were posted long back when I was in India.... I have reposted it as it got Deleted.


We need:
ü  Rice flour 5 cups
ü  Butter (loni) or shortening ¾ cup
ü  Urad daal 4-5 tea spns
ü  Ajwain  seeds(Carom seeds) - 1 tea spn
ü  Sesame seeds (Til) 1 tea spn
ü  Oil for frying
ü  Water
ü  Salt to taste
ü  Roast urad daal (without oil) till they turn slightly brownish and powder them.
ü  Add the powder, butter, cumin seeds, sesame seeds and salt to rice flour and mix well. 
ü  Now add milk/water to it slowly mixing it to remove any lumps (Milk makes the chaklis crispier and tastier). 
ü  Make it into dough (like chapathi dough).
ü  Knead the dough well on a flat board, pressing the dough to the board.
ü  Fill the chakli press with the dough and press into chakli shape on a flat board (use a plastic paper on the board to make it easier to lift the chaklis
ü  Heat oil in a kadai and deep fry the chaklis. Take out on a kitchen towel.


P.S : If the chaklis tend to break while making, try kneading the dough for some more time, if still it doesn’t come out well, add some more milk/water and knead again.
When they are cooled to room temperature, store them in an airtight container.
Tastes Yum Yum  when u add lozza love in it.
Verdict : Super crunchy and And gets empty within no time 

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divya said…
looks awesome!!loved the clicks!
Priya Suresh said…
I have seen people saying hardly no o these crispies,that so sad to know that the old posts got deleted na;.
it my fav munching on all timee...
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Suresh Urs said…
The recipe is nice and its of different one. Great one. Chakkuli word it's of Karnataka style. It's great. Thanks for reminding my hometown recipe. Great one. Here you know while searching i came across one place which fetched the information's. Upon my mood, cuisine etc.., To know more. ClickFood

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