Chegodilu / Chekodi / Ring Murukku /Crispy Rice Flour Ring


For the final day of regional recipes from Andhra cuisine for Blogging Marathon is chegolidu aka chekodi.
I enjoy these crispy rings whenever my friend and her mom makes.I never made it myself and tried it for the first time with my friend's instruction.
Its a perfect munching snack along with a cup of tea.As we heve the habit of  accompaning some murukku or mixture with our sambar rice,we had it with our meal.




                                                                      
                                                                                              Chegodilu/Chekodi


                                                                  
   Basic Information

   Preparation time ~ 35 minutes
   Soaking time ~30 minutes
   Cooking time ~ 20 minutes
   Makes ~ 45-50 (medium size)
    


   Ingredients


  

Ingredient
Quantity
Rice flour/arisi maavu
1 cup
Yellow moong Dhal/paasiparuppu
1 tbs
Red chilly powder
1 tsp
Butter/vennai
2 tsp
Cumin seeds/jeeragam
1 tsp
Salt
1 tsp
Oil
for frying

 

   
    Method 
  • Soak the dhal in water for 30 minutes.Heat a pan with a cup of water and to this add cumin seeds,soaked moong dhal,salt,red chilly powder and butter.Let it come to a boil.When the water is boiling add the rice flour and mix it well with a ladle or spatula.Once the water is absorbed,put off the flame and cover it.Let it come to a luke warm.
  • Now take the dough on a plate and  gently knead the dough to make it smoother.Keep it covered.Grease the palms with oil if needed and take a pinch of small gooseberry size of dough.Roll it on a rolling board with the palms to make a rope and join the ends to make a ring.
  • Make it similar way for one batch and arrange the rings on a plate.Heat the oil in a pan and once it becomes hot drop in the rings.Fry it in a medium flame till it becomes golden and crispy.Drain it on a paper towel and let it cool down completely.

    • Store it in an air tight container.




    • Cook it in a medium flame to cook it evenly and crispy.
    • Make the rope not too thick or thin.
    • Join the ends and press it gently so that the joined ends won't separate while frying.
    • Make the rings for each batch and fry it,if its dried it may get cracked.
    • If you feel the dough is too thick and crumbly,sprinkle some hot water and knead the dough.


    10 comments:

    Such beautiful clicks Nalini..your composition is stunning...what a delightful snack..I so love this..

    Amazing snaps Nalini. Love to grab a feww chegodilus off the screen...

    Perfectly made chegodilu Nalini. They look so crispy & delicious.

    Lovely pictures for the tempting goodies.

    Love your clicks and I am so tempted to make these. I made something similar from Karnataka called kodubale and loved it.

    Those rings looks so stunning.I love your clicks .So beautifully clicked and presented.

    Very crispy and absolutely addictive ring murukku, wish i get few rite now to munch some.

    Looks crispy. Perfect with evening tea.

    i love this !! and so addictive too :)

    They look crispy crunchy and inviting.

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