Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Kodubale/Ring Murukku

I would credit this spicy snack to Karnataka..very yummy spicy snack..people enjoy this with their evening hot filter coffee. This is also made during festival season.  It best served with sweet kobbari mithai or coconut barfi. You could find this in all most all the condiment stores and most popularly savoured snack. It is one of my family's favourite too.

Rice Flour - 2 cups,
Red Chilly Powder - 2 teaspoons,
Roasted Gram Powder - 1/2 cup,
Fresh/Frozen Grated Coconut - 1/2 cup,
Hot Oil - 1-11/2 tablespoon,
Asafoetida - a fat pinch,
Oil to fry.

Mix all the ingredients, except the oil to fry.
Mix well and try make a ball of the flour.
If the flour holds into a ball, then it is right quantity of hot oil is added.
Or if it breaks, then it means that you need to add a little more of hot oil.
Once this consistency is reached, take a little amount of flour at a time.
Mix with water to a stiff dough.
Knead well so that there are no cracks in the dough.
Pinch a small amount of dough, roll into sticks and connect the ends to form rings.
Heat the oil. It should be medium hot.
Fry the rings until golden brown and crisp.
Keep turning the sides and fry evenly.
Remove and drain excess oil on a tissue paper and serve.
Enjoy with a hot cup of coffee.

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