4 cups murukku flour(check here for murukku flour)
3/4 cup roasted gram flour
4 tsp ghee
1/2 cup coconut milk
1 tsp salt
2 cups warm water
Oil for deep frying
Oil for deep frying
Mix the murukku flour,salt,roasted gram flour well.
Add the coconut milk,ghee and mix them.Add warm water little by little and knead well,until the dough become soft and it will not stick on the vessel.
This is the correct stage to put into the presser.I used the seepu murukku achi.
Fill the flour into the presser and press it into long strips over a polythene paper/grease paper.
. Cut them into equal length
Roll it like ring over the finger and keep aside
Heat the oil and deep fry the rings.
Take it out ,cool and store it in an airtight container.
Have a Nice Day!!!
I luv this…amma makes it so well! We call it seepu seedai ….looks perfect!!
Thats so fast, thanks sharmilee for ur comment.
This seepu murukku is my favourite. But never tried it. Thanx for sharing the recipe….am gonna try this some day.
wow..miss this a lot Prema. amma makes it often..looks super…
Wow that’s so interesting..Looks perfect !!
those cute murukus r awesome prema…love them anytime
looks colourful n yummy!
wow I have never seen this type of murruku before.I love the press too I dont know if I can get it in the uk.What can be used if I cant get murruku flour can I use rice flour??
My mom do this often, i love munching them..havent had since a long..Awesome looking crispy snacks..
looks yummy n mouthwatering.. i will give try for it murugu flour means rice flour is it..
This looks delicious love murukku
Thanks sadhana and bhavani,
I brought the murukku flour from store,if u dont get the flour,it is simple and easy to prepare.4 cups raw rice flour and 3/4 cup of urad dhal flour mix together is called murukku flour then mix with the remaining ingredients and try it.
Murukku looks crispy, crunchy n perfect..very well explained recipe!!
love this post Prema!! 🙂
Lovely post Prema ….. luv d clicks too 🙂
Cheers n Happy Cooking,
I never tried such shapes….. they luk so crunchy nd yum 🙂
Wow,I too love this,never made this at home,sure i will try sometime!
They look really different and loved the ingredients in it..
i love murukku! this one is new for me..
have bookmarked …planning to try this delicious snack for krishnajayanthy…thanx dear for sharing…awesome clicks…!
Looks crispy and perfect dear…
wow!!prema…really gud job! never tried murukku…..cute one da.
looks perfect very tempting..reminds me of my childhood, my neighbor aunty prepare this for us and we enjoy enjoy..:)
Love the shape of murukku, we had a nazhi like that at home when I was a kid.. when I saw your post I was drooling 🙂
Happy krishna jayanthi, in advance!
Looks exactly how we get in the stores…looks super good and i am in the mood of munching now.
WOW!! Seeppu murrukku looks very yummy!! Great effort and thanks a lot for sharing..
wow, looks great, beautifully prepared murukku
wow! cute little munchies!
its so fun to make these yummy treats…looks too good and crispy
Your golden murukkus come just in time for Janmashtami. The ‘rings’ add extra appeal to this all time favorite tea time snack. And coconut flavor here makes this a must-try!! Thanks for sharing!!
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Hi. The shape looks so inviting and love this murukku, such perfect colour.
btw,if u want u can send this to my kids delight event which ends today.
Murukku looks crispy, crunchy, yummy and tempting. I appreciate for your wonderful step by step presentation.
wow, they look beautiful. How nicely done.
Lovely post ….your pic description is wonderful, Prema
Prema.. you won’t believe this but Seepu Seedai/Murukku is one of my all time faves! I absolutely LOVE it! I was thinking of it just 2 days back and wishing I could get my hands on some. Yours look so yummy I could eat them right off the page 🙂
thanks for visiting my blog…keep visiting dear!!! this looks delicious and crispy…lovely post.
Very delicious looking murukku,never had them.Well explained.
wow looks lovely…awesome muruku..lovely post