Muthusaram (Mullu Murukku)

Muthusaram / mullu muruku is a delicious deep fried snack made using rice flour and dals. Traditionally the rice flour was prepared at home by washing well, soaking few minutes and laying out the soaked drained rice on a mat or a cotton cloth to airdry . This was powdered and sieved well to use… 

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Puzhungal Arisi Murukku – Parboiled Rice Murukku – Ribbon pakoda

puzhungal arisi muruku

Idli rice / Puzhungal arisi Murukku/ thengoyal and ribbon pakoda with same dough …i have tried the same recipe with millets too ,last few pics in the video  are those made with millets , proportions being the same , and they turned out awesome , i used kodo millets , ground to a smooth batter,… 

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MILLET RAVA LADOO | PAKATALE MILLET RAVA LADOO | DIWALI RECIPES

millet rava ladoo , pakatale millet rava ladoo

  Pakatale Millet rava ladoo / or millet ladoo mixed with sugar syrup and shaped is a great alternative to semolina . This can be made in minutes and very useful for sharing during festival times, or  to give to kids for school snacks also. Millet rava ladoo follows the exact procedure that is usually… 

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JOWAR CHAKLIS ( NORTH KARNATAKA )

I am very partial to these crunchy chaklis ( Karnataka) , as they have so many flavors, spicy and  with hints of masala too. Most of South Indian snack preparation called murukkus , usually do not have spices except cumin , sesame seeds..or cracked pepper in Karasev.So am not abig fan of those almost bland… 

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BADUSHA / BALUSHAHI / DIWALI RECIPE

Diwali  is the time to make some traditional sweets  and one such simple favorite is the Badusha or Balushahi as it is also known. Fit for the kings , mildly sweet, light and flaky ,  something you can have a piece or two indulging during Diwali. INGREDIENTS: 1   cup all purpose flour ( maida) 1/4 cup… 

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