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rice murukku recipe | rice chakli | rice flour murukku | rice flour chakli with detailed photo and video recipe. a popular and a traditional south indian deep fried snack recipe made with rice flour. it is generally prepared during the festival seasons like diwali and ganesh chaturthi or for the feast for celebrations and occasions. but it can also be served as a tea time snack for any given day.
rice chaklirice murukku recipe | rice chakli | rice flour murukku | rice flour chakli with step by step photo and video recipe. there are many variants and variations to this south indian chakli recipe. these are generally prepared with a dough which is a combination of rice and urad dal with spices like chilli powder and cumin. but this variation of rice murukku recipe is an instant version made just with fine rice flour and roasted gram dal powder.

well i have already posted instant and spiced chakli recipe, previously which is prepared from rice flour and urad dal powder. but i wanted to post another simple variation of murukku with just rice powder, roasted chana dal powder and sesame seeds. having said that, this rice murukku recipe can be easily extended by adding besan powder or plain flour to have extra softness and crispiness respectively. i have already shown butter murukku where i have added besan flour to make it extra soft but this time. i wanted a crisp one and hence i have skipped it here. moreover, these chakli’s are more attractive in color compared to the traditional one and hence kids would certainly like it.

rice murukku recipe

furthermore, some easy tips, recommendations and suggestions while preparing the rice murukku recipe. firstly, i would heavily recommend using fine rice flour for this murukku recipe. generally, you get 2 varieties of rice flour, i.e coarse and fine and the murukku from former would absorb more oil while deep frying. secondly, while deep frying the chakli, do not wait until it turns red or brown. as we are not using urad dal, the chakli would remain white in colour even after completely cooked. lastly, the chakli’s can easily last for a month and has a long shelf life. make sure to store them in an airtight container, in a warm and dry place.

finally, do visit my other south indian snacks recipes collection with this post of rice murukku recipe. it includes recipes like butter murukku, kara sev, spicy boondi, omapodi, shankarpali, south indian mixture, methi puri, peanut masala, spicy murmura and namak pare recipe. in addition, do visit my other related recipes collection like,

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rice chakli
rice murukku recipe | rice chakli | rice flour murukku | rice flour chakli
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
30 mins
Total Time
40 mins
 

rice murukku recipe | rice chakli | rice flour murukku | rice flour chakli

Course: Snack
Cuisine: south indian
Servings: 50 murukku
Author: Hebbars Kitchen
Ingredients (1 cup = 250 ML)
  • cup rice flour fine
  • 2 tbsp butter softened
  • pinch hing / asafoetida
  • 1 tsp sesame / til
  • ¼ tsp kashmiri red chilli powder
  • ½ tsp salt
  • ½ cup roasted gram dal / putani / pottukadalai
  • water to knead
  • oil for frying
Instructions
  1. firstly, in a large bowl take 2½ cup rice flour, 2 tbsp butter, pinch hing, 1 tsp sesame, ¼ tsp chilli powder and ½ tsp salt.
  2. transfer the roasted gram dal powder to the same bowl.
  3. crumble and mix well.
  4. further, add water as required and knead to soft dough. 

  5. start preparing chaklis on the wet cloth or butter paper make small spiral shape chaklis by pressing.
  6. seal the ends so that it doesn’t fall apart while deep frying.
  7. take one murukku at a time a and slide it into hot oil. or bake in preheated oven at 180-degree celsius for 15 minutes.
  8. flip the murukku and fry on medium flame till they turn crispy from both sides.
  9. furthermore, drain over a paper towel to remove excess oil.
  10. finally, serve crispy and murukku / chakli with masala tea or masala milk.

how to make rice flour chakli with step by step photo:

  1. firstly, in a large bowl take 2½ cup rice flour, 2 tbsp butter, pinch hing, 1 tsp sesame, ¼ tsp chilli powder and ½ tsp salt.
    rice murukku recipe
  2. in a small blender / mixi take ½ cup roasted gram dal.
    rice murukku recipe
  3. blend to fine powder without adding any water.
    rice murukku recipe
  4. transfer the roasted gram dal powder to the same bowl. sieve if there are any small pieces of putani.
    rice murukku recipe
  5. crumble and mix well.
    rice murukku recipe
  6. further, add water as required and knead to soft dough. if the dough is too stiff then chaklis will break when you try to shape them using the mould. if the dough is too soft then chaklis will absorb oil. so make sure to make a smooth dough.
    rice chakli
  7. now take star mould and fix to the chakli maker.
    rice chakli
  8. grease the chakli maker with some oil. this prevents dough from sticking to mould.
    rice chakli
  9. furthermore, make a cylindrical shape out of dough and place the dough inside maker.
    rice chakli
  10. tighten the lid and start preparing chaklis.
    rice chakli
  11. on the wet cloth or butter paper make small spiral shape chaklis by pressing.
    rice flour murukku
  12. seal the ends so that it doesn’t fall apart while deep frying.
    rice flour murukku
  13. take one murukku at a time a and slide it into hot oil. or bake in preheated oven at 180-degree celsius for 15 minutes.
    rice flour chakli
  14. flip the murukku and fry on medium flame till they turn crispy from both sides.
    rice flour chakli
  15. furthermore, drain over a paper towel to remove excess oil.
    rice flour chakli
  16. finally, serve crispy and rice murukku / chakli with masala tea or masala milk.
    rice murukku recipe

notes:

  • firstly, use fine rice flour else it will be difficult to form a dough.
  • also, you can replace putani powder (roasted gram dal powder) with besan.
  • additionally, fry until chakli turn crisp, do not brown them too much as they may taste burnt.
  • finally, rice murukku / chakli recipe stays good for a month when stored in airtight container.

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