Ring Murukku | Kodubale | Chegodi

Ring Murukku | Kodubale | Chegodi

Ring murukku recipe or Kodubale

Ring murukku or kodubale is a very traditional, crunchy and easy to make South Indian style murukku variety made with processed rice flour and
urad dal flour mixed with red chilli powder for spiciness.This ring murukku is made during Krishna Jayanti festival and Diwali . Check out how to make traditional ring murukku recipe below. 


Homemade Processed Rice flour/Kolukattai flour/Idiyappam flour-1 cup
Urud dhal flour-1 tbsp
Red chilly powder-1/2 tsp
Turmeric powder-1/3 tsp
Cumin seeds- 1 tsp
Hot oil-1 tbsp
Asafoetida a pinch
Salt-1/3 tsp
Oil for deep frying.

Recipe Video-


For home made processed rice flour- Click here
For urad dal flour-
Dry  roast 1/4 cup urad dal till light golden brown colour and powder it finely in mixie, seive it and set aside.
For making ring murukku-
👉In a mixing bowl add rice flour,urud dhal flour,red chilly powder, asafetida, cumin seeds,salt,hot oil and mix everything well.
👉Sprinkle hot water little by little and gently make a soft dough.Cover with cloth and set aside for 10 mins.

👉Heat oil in a kadai for deep frying.
👉Now take small gooseberry sized balls and roll them to finger length pieces and join the edges to make a ring .

👉Deep fry the rings in medium flame until the oil stop bubbling and you get a golden brown colour.

👉Drain the excess oil in tissue paper.

👉Store in airtight container.


✍️You can use melted unsalted butter instead of hot oil.
✍️You can add til or sesame seeds instead of cumin seeds.
✍️Make sure you knead the dough to correct consistency otherwise you'll not be able to roll it into rope shape.So add hot water little by little.
✍️Keep the dough covered or else it will become dry.
✍️Fry in small batches in medium flame only .
✍️I have made only a small quantity of this murukku so used only one cup of rice flour,if you are making large quantities double the ingredients as required.

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