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Friday, June 10, 2011

Karapusa

This is the easy muruku one can make.I make this very often and now kids at home and they ask for something or the other to munch.Sometimes i buy murukkus from a store but they wont last for long as the oil they use is not good.Here goes karapusa recipe which calls for very few ingredients.

Ingredient:-

Rice flour 2 cups
Besan/Senagapindi 2 cups
Ajwain/Vamu 1 tbsp
Butter/Vena 3 tbsp
Red chilli powder 1 tbsp
Salt to taste
Oil for deep frying
Water to make a hard dough
Method:-

Mix all the ingredients.Add very little water and made a hard dough.

Apply oil to the inner part of the muruku maker.

Take a wide bottom kadai and add oil.

Fill a small quantity of the dough in the muruku maker.

Once the oil is hot,reduce the flame and with the muruku maker press muruku into the kadai in a circular motion.Once down increase the flame.

When the bubbles start reducing,it means the muruku is cooked.Remove the muruku with a long laddle with holes.And drain on a kitchen napkin.

Repeat with the rest of the dough.

Once muruku is cooled store them in a air tight container.

10 comments:

  1. Extremely delicious and crispy looking karapusa.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  2. That is a new name, but any kind of murukku is always welcome :)

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  3. mmm...crispy and crunchy...great tea time eat..good one v!

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  4. Crispy karapusa looks sooo tempting..feel like munching some..

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  5. We call this one omma podi looks dleicious.

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  6. A delicious crunchy snack for tea....

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  7. chala chala bagundi mee karappoosa... Yummy !!
    Indian Cuisine

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  8. Yum....can munch on these non-stop :)

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