Saturday, February 02, 2008

Muruku with Milk

One of my friend introduced this recipe to me. These are very crispy and tasty.


Rice flour-4 cups
Fresh milk-2 cups
Red chilly powder-1 teaspoon
Salt-1 tablespoon
Turmeric powder-a pinch
Azwine-1 teaspoon
White sesame seeds-1 tablespoon
Oil for deep fry


  1. Add the rice flour, azwine, salt, chilly powder, sesame seeds and turmeric powder into a big bowl.
  2. Mix the flour into a soft dough using milk and two tablespoons of hot oil.
  3. If needed add some water.
  4. Heat the oil in a frying pan and take some dough and put in the muruku press.
  5. Once the oil is heated, start pressing the dough into circles in clockwise direction.
  6. Fry until it becomes brown in colour on both sides.
  7. Transfer them onto a paper towel and follow the same method for the remaining dough.
  8. Allow them to cool and store them in an air tight container.


Uma said...

Never tried murukus with milk. They look delicious. I am going to try them. Thanks for sharing.

Sagari said...

those muruku looks sooo crisp Daily meals

Anamika:The Sugarcrafter said...

murukus are good and goes well a cup of coffes in the evening.thanks for sharing.

DEEPA said...

Awesome muruku lady .....yummy yummy !!!

Emiline said...

Wow, those do look crispy. Kind of like fries.

Daily Meals said...

Thank you Uma! Happy to know that you want to give it a try.

Hi Sagari! They are indeed crispy. I used to make muruku with rice flour and yogurt. But the muruku made of rice flour and milk are more crispy and tasty.

Daily Meals said...

Yes Anamika! Muruku with coffee or tea is a good combination.

Thank you Deepa, for your kind words.

Daily Meals said...

Thank you Emiline!
Yes, they are... you should try it sometime.

Menu Today said...

Hi Vijaya,

Murukku with Milk totally new dish to me. Looks nice.

Daily Meals said...

Hi Menu Today! Whenever I want to avoid adding gram flour to the muruku batter, I follow this recipe.