Murukku Recipes | Easy South Indian Murukku Recipes for Diwali

Murukku is a savoury, crunchy Indian snack. The snack originated in the Tamil Nadu state, and its name derives from the Tamil word for “twisted” (Tamil: முறுக்கு), which refers to its shape. Murukku is popular all over India, and also in other countries where Tamil diaspora is present: Sri Lanka, Singapore and Malaysia.

Murukku is typically made from rice flour and urad dal flour. It is sometimes called “chakli”; chakli is a similar dish, typically made with an additional ingredient, bengal gram (chickpea) flour.

Raw Rice———–1kg
Urad Dal———1/4kg
Cumin———–1 spoon
Asafoetida——-1 spoon
Butter ———200 gram
Salt———–1 1/2 spoon
Oil ————-Required



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18 Responses

  1. murruku persaaa irruku???

  2. neega sonna ratio la Elam vangiten aunty.. but doubt is 200 gm butter potta murukku puliyirapa pinjiduma /romba soft ayiduma.. enaku moru moru nu varanum

  3. melted butter use pannalama.. salted butter ah saltless butter ah

  4. aunty.. 5 veetuku palakaram kodukanum.. athuku evalo maavu ready pannanum

  5. Durga Balaji says:

    i tried dis murrukku.its realy gud.1st time pannamathri theriyala..orray paarattumalai.thank u thank u so much maa..redymade maavula panna.antha maavu ennum koncham balance irrukku.butter murrukku seiya readymade murkmaavu use pannalama.appadi use panna antha maavula xtra yethavathu add pannanuma.kind me ma.tank u ma.once again thankma

  6. bhanu ramesh says:

    amma, can we add red chillies to this, how much we should add for 1 kg rice

  7. I really like all of your videos, well explain eazy to understand .thanks

  8. sathya r says:

    There should not be any moisture in rice ah?

  9. sathya r says:

    Rice should completely dry ah?

  10. Durga Balaji says:

    sm going to try tis 4 dewali redymad flr urdhl mix pannirukkuma..kaila rolling machine ennkita irruku..csn i use tat..i dnt hav has thing u me thnk u ma

  11. laxmi suresh says:

    tq very much madam for the murukku recipe. Deepavali vaaltugal ungalukkum ungal kudumpataarkum.

  12. Koulu Koti says:

    Aunty can I use store bought rice flour,as we don't have any millflour shops in EU.tks

  13. Henry Henry says:

    Superb Amma..You have magical hands

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