Mundiri Murukku /Cashew Murukku


Coming to day2 of blogging marathon #93,themed under Diwali sweet and savories is a crunchy murukku.
This is a super crunchy murukku with cashew and roasted gram powder.I tried this murukku only with cashew powder and rice flour couple of times.It came out good and not as crunchy as expected.Then I used some roasted gram dhal powder along with cashews and the result was amazing and the murukku came out so cruchy and stayed crunchy for longer time.




                                                                      
                                                            
                                       Mundiri Murukku /Cashew Murukku


                                                                  
   Basic Information

   Preparation time ~ 15 minutes
   Cooking time ~ 30 minutes
   Makes ~ 300 gms(approximately)


   
  Ingredients

    

Ingredient
Quantity
Rice flour/arisimaavu
1 cup
Whole cashews/mundiri
15-17
Roasted gram dhal/pottukadalai
1 tbs
Ghee/nei
1 tbs
Sesame seeds/yellu
2 tsp
Asafoetida/perungayam
1/8 tsp
Salt
3/4 tsp
Water
to knead
Oil
for frying

  Method 
  • Take the cashews and roasted gram dhal in a blender jar and grind it to a fine powder.Sieve it and keep it aside.
  • Heat the oil in a pan and take all the ingredients in a  bowl and  mix it well.Now to this sprinkle little water at a time and knead it to a soft dough.Keep it covred.
  • Take the murukku press with the star or round  disc,fill the dough.Squeeze it in the oil in a circular pattern and fry it for a minute.Fry it till the sizzling sound ceases and the murukku turned out crunchy.Remove it from the oil and drain it on a paper towel.Break it into small pieces.
  • After cooling,store it in an air tight container.


  • Cover the dough with a plate to prevent drying.
  • If you feel hard to squeeze then sprinkle some water and mix the dough.
  • Instead of squeezing it in hot oil,small murukkus can be made on a butter paper or a flat ladle and drop it in the oil.


Enjoy............................



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10 comments:

Cant ask more, just love to munch some anytime of the day with a cup of coffee or tea, excellent murukku there.

Wow! That is an innovative recipe, Nalini. I have never tried adding cashew powder and roasted gram powder in murukku.

Adding cashew must give the murukku a wonderful taste. If I have these murukku, I will be really happy with a book in my hand to enjoy it thoroughly.

Oh fantastic, I am surely going to make this Nalini, wonderful snack!

oooh I would love to munch on this crispy crunchy snack though cashews I have an allergy to so I will use peanuts :)

It is an interesting twist to chaklis, Nalini. Love the coconut shell prop.

Wow never heard of cashew in a Chakli dough. This is new and very interesting. Love the way you have presented this.

Such a crunchy snack! Must have tasted so good.Love your bowl btw :)

crunchy munchy muruku, such a joy to see them and much more when we munch them!! Looks delicious nalini!!!

This muruku looks so inviting and crisp too.. love the click again.

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