Ribbon Pakoda / Ribbon Muruku

Hello everyone, it feels so good to be back after a long gap.. Was away for few month setting up my new home. Yehhhh   finally we moved into our dream home. Missed  reading all the yummy recipes and commenting on my fellow bloggers posts. Lot to catch up now .

Starting  back my with a delicious and crunchy snack for all age groups. Diwali is around the corner and everyone must be busy preparing snacks for your family and friends. Today I will be posting a snack with can be made ahead and store for up to 2-3 months. Great snack for road trips, after school or anytime with a cup of Tea / Coffee. This recipe " Ribbon Pakoda " goes to Week 2, Day 1 of Blogging Marathon 93 under the theme " Diwali sweets and savories ".  Here goes the recipe...….



Ingredients:


Rice flour 2 cups
Besan / Gram flour 1 cup
Sesame seeds 1/2 teaspoon
Ajwain seeds / Carom seeds 1 teaspoon
Kashmiri Chili powder 1 1/2 teaspoon
Salt to taste
Melted butter 3 table spoons
Oil for deep frying
Chakli maker with ribbon muruku mold


Preparation:


In a mixing bowl add rice flour, gram flour, sesame seeds and  carom seeds,
Mix well and add chili powder, salt to taste and melted butter.
Mix thoroughly with your hands so that the mixture is crumbly.
Now add little water at a time to make a smooth dough.
Cover and rest it for 5-10 minutes.
Meanwhile heat a deep frying pan and add oil.
Now take a chakli maker and ribbon muruku mold.
Grease both of them and add dough into it and cover it with lid.
Once the oil is hot press the ribbon muruku directly into it moving hand into circular motion.
Leave it for a minute to flip and fry till muruku are crisp and golden brown.
Remove and place them on paper towel to remove excess oil.
Crispy ribbon muruku / Pakoda are ready to serve with some hot tea or coffee.
Store in air tight container for more than a month.


Check to see what my fellow bloggers are cooking for Blogging Marathon 93.



Comments

Priya Suresh said…
Crispy and dangerously addictive ribbon pakoda, i cant imagine diwali with this savoury. So tempting pakodas there.
Sharmila Mathes said…
That's my favorite snack! My mother-in-law makes this a lot, but her recipe varies a bit. This looks so yummy.
Unknown said…
Congrats on your new home. The ribbon pakoda looks great and an apt choice for Diwali recipes.
Gayathri Kumar said…
This is my all time favourite snacks. We make it with a different proportion. With more of rice flour, your pakora looks so crispy and fantastic.
Harini R said…

Any of the murukku varieties are definitely crowd pleasers. A great addition to the festival snacks.
Archana Potdar said…
You should label your post as Danger! addictive snack follows.:D
Good one dear. Congrats on your new dream home.
Code2cook said…
ribbon pakora looks so crunchy and amazing. good one.
Srivalli said…
Good to have you back Sushma, these ribbon pakoras are our favorite, so nicely prepared!
Pavani N said…
Such crispy, crunchy and absolutely delicious looking ribbon pakoda. Perfect Diwali treat.
Sowmya :) said…
This is one of my favorites Sushma and I don't need any reason to make them. Yours have tempted me so much that I need to make some asap. Love this crunchy snack!!
Ritu Tangri said…
Congrats for your dream home Sushma. These crisp and crunchy ribbon pakora make an excellent tea time snack. I'm inviting myself for a tea party now.
Suma Gandlur said…
I remember leaving a comment here but somehow don't see it. Congrats on your new home. Love ribbon pakodas. They have an amazing texture, crispy yet melt in mouth kind.
Perfect for the Diwali season. Looks absolutely marvelous Sushma.
a must have snack for diwali! crispy, crunchy and an irresistible snack!! Looks perfectly made!!!
Preeti Garg said…
Wow.. looks so crunchy and tasty, good for evening snacks.

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