Famous Indian tea time snacks spicy Thattai murukku, delicious and crispy munch. It is easy and tasty anytime snack for snack lovers. This Diwali special thattai murukku try this and enjoy.
Ingredients: 20 nos yield approximately
Processed rice flour -1 cup
Fried channa dal flour (Pottu kadali )- 1 1/2 tbsp
Urad dal flour- 1 1/2 tbsp
Channa dal -1 tbsp or fried gram dal also can be added
Chilli powder-1 tsp
Cumin seeds or Ajwain-1/2 tsp
Soak Channa dal for an hour.
Dry roast the rice flour,
Dry roast urad dal golden yellow and grind to a smooth powder.
Roast fried gram dal 2 to 3 minutes and grind to a smooth powder.
Measure and mix all the ingredients above in a bowl, add water little by little and mix it to a thick batter.
Take a small lemon sized balls flatten it on your palm or greased sheet to thin patties.
With the help of fork poke it on the patties here and there.
Heat oil, when the oil is hot drop the patties carefully fry it to a golden brown colour or until the sizzling sound stops.
Crispy thattai murukku is ready, store it in an airtight container.
Note: Mix it as you prefer.
For flavour, you can add ingredients like coconut, crushed peanuts, and pottu kadalai.
For aroma, like asafoetida, garlic green chillies crushed, cumin seeds and Ajwain can be added.
4 parts rice flour 1 part dal flour( both dal mix)
Homemade rice flour gives you better result or idiyappam flour also will do.