Friday, October 17, 2008


This is my moms signature dish. Every time she comes to my place she brings this. Because my husband likes this so much. Now my both kids like this . So this time when I went to my moms place I learnt and tried there.

Parboiled rice – 400 gms
Gram flour (besan) – 250 gms
Chili powder – 2 tbsp
Hing - ¼ tb sp
Salt to taste
Oil for frying


Soak rice for 3 to 4 hours and grind it as thick batter.
Add besan, chili powder, salt and hing to it.
Add 1 or 2 tbsp of hot oil to this and mix well to get crisp murukku.
Keep oil in medium heat and prepare murukku.


Adlak's tiny world

Nice murruku, i suspect on c ing yr commnt on my blog there must be a new entry here. There u r. Keep some for me too.


timely posting for diwali season.Will surely try.


I have done these with raw rice....boiled rice is kinda new to me..may b worth a try..what say?


Looks very tasty - a cup of hot tea is all you need and a good chat of course:)


For your murukku what should I use
boiled rice or soaked rice? Please let me know. I like to try this recipe. Thanks in advance



murukku looks yummy...i loved it

Adlak's tiny world

U have a surpraise in my blog. check out! quick quick....


we have to use boiled rice(puzhungal arisi in tamil) and it has to be soaked. thbak u hema,jeyashri,sangeeth,sunshinemomand pavani


boiled murukku looks sooper delicious


why no postings for a long time


Oh I love this too, but i have to get the boiled rice..:)

You can surely make the Veg Au Gratin on the stove. I will update my post on how to do that.

Ramya Vijaykumar

Murukku with boiled rice inspiring. they look crunchy too.


Hi, I came to Norway for a month from Germany which is where I live. So made some snacks. I followed your Murukku recipe and it came out very very well. Thank you


Thank you roochi for your feedback, i am so happy to know.

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