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Easy Tasty Murukku

Easy Tasty Murukku created by RotiJala

Make these spicy, crisp indian snacks in minutes. Stores well in an airtight container for 3 weeks. Can be made richer by adding 2tbsps butter to the dough. use an icing syringe or even a plastic bag with a hole in one corner if you don't have a murukku mould.

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  • Mix all except oil with water till a stiff dough forms (like a chapathi dough).
  • Push directly into hot oil, through a murukku mould to get fine strands or ribbons.
  • Fry until golden, turn over and cook the other side till golden.Drain.
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"Make these spicy, crisp indian snacks in minutes. Stores well in an airtight container for 3 weeks. Can be made richer by adding 2tbsps butter to the dough. use an icing syringe or even a plastic bag with a hole in one corner if you don't have a murukku mould."
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  1. RotiJala
    Easy Tasty Murukku Created by RotiJala
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  2. RotiJala
    Sounds pretty good, but probably needs a bit more salt to bring out the flavours. I've tried oven-baking Murukku with a combination of rice flour and wheat flour and it's doable. ;-) I do add anise and 1/3 tsp of turmeric powder for more flavour.
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  3. Indian Cook
    Make these spicy, crisp indian snacks in minutes. Stores well in an airtight container for 3 weeks. Can be made richer by adding 2tbsps butter to the dough. use an icing syringe or even a plastic bag with a hole in one corner if you don't have a murukku mould.
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