1. Rice Flour – 2cups

  2. Besan – 2cups

  3. Water – 3cups

  4. Red Chilli powder – 2tsps

  5. Ajwain(Vamu) – 1 tsp

  6. Sesame seeds – 1tsp

  7. Salt  – 2 tsp

  8. Oil for deep frying


  • Mix all the ingredients with warm water and make a dough.

  • Put the dough in muruku maker and press into hot oil in small circular shapes.

  • Just by changing the discs in the maker u can make any shape u like.

  • Fry till golden brown, remove from oil and drain off any excess oil on a paper towel.

  • Store them in air tight container after they are cooled.

( Star shaped disc used for the above shape of muruku)

3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Aparna on February 21, 2007 at 2:13 pm

    Instead of equal quantities of riceflour and besan… try with 1 cup of besan and 3 cups of rice flour… also add little qty of hot oil to the mixture before kneading into dough.will taste even crispier..


  2. Posted by madhoori on February 22, 2007 at 10:04 am

    Thanku for your valuable comment!
    Sure i will try your recipe next time…….


  3. Posted by vasantha on May 22, 2008 at 3:24 pm

    also u can substitute the red chille powder with crushed green chillies.. will make the murkulu to appear less red in color.


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