Murukku recipes vary in ingredients and their proportion based on the variety. Murukku is a deep-fried snack commonly prepared in all south Indian and north Indian families. There are different varieties of murukku recipes and are selectively prepared during festivals. Murukku known as chakli in North India. Sweet Karam Coffee is a mantra in Tamil Nadu during snack time or for guests or in any occasion, and so murukku is perfect for it. It is a best tea-time snack and a perfect munch in Tamil cuisine. Chakli goes out well with a cup of filter coffee. Break it into medium pieces, but into filter coffee and have in immediately in few seconds, it tastes divine and this is my style of having murukku with coffee.
Mostly people think making murukku is toughest job, but I would say it’s and easy and simple job when the texture of murukku maavu or murukku flour or murukku dough is in the right consistency. Homemade murukku is a healthy recipe too, compared to the store bought one. Also use rice bran oil or groundnut oil (Kadala yennai) for deep frying murukku.
Commonly ulundu maavu or ulundu podi is used in murukku and CLICK HERE for the ulundu podi recipe. Sharing the recipe of few murukku varieties with stepwise pictures and video.
- Coconut Milk Murukku / Thengai Paal Murukku recipe (தேங்காய் பால் முறுக்கு)
- Mullu Murukku (முள்ளு முறுக்கு)
- Butter Murukku (வெண்ணெய் முறுக்கு) / Butter Chakli
- Rava Murkku (ரவை முறுக்கு) / Semolina Chakli
- Plain Omapodi (ஓமப் பொடி) / Plain Sev
- Kambu Omapodi (கம்பு ஓமப்பொடி) / Pearl Millet Sev
- Ribbon Pakoda (ரிப்பன் பகோடா) / Ola Pakoda
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