What is Diwali without murukku/chakli! I wanted to post a collection of South Indian Murukku recipes for a long time. Now that Diwali is on November 10th, I though it is the right time to post this collection of very delicious and addictive murukku recipes. Click the picture or the title of the murukku to take you to the recipe page of that murukku. Find easy South Indian Murukku Recipes below-
This murukku is very delicious and is made of rice flour and roasted gram (pottukadalai). I have used store bought regular rice flour to make this murukku.
Thenkuzhal is my favorite murukku prepared with homemade rice flour and urad dal flour and flavored with either cumin seeds or sesame seeds.
Easy to make and just melts in your mouth.
Puzhungal Arisi Murukku
This is a very delicious and spicy murukku prepared with par boiled rice (puzhungal arisi), roasted gram flour (pottukadalai) and chillies. Those who do not have access to flour mill can make this delicious murukku prepared using wet grinder. Very Addictive.
Ribbon Murukku-Ribbon Pakoda (2 Recipes- wet grinder method and instant version )
This murukku is also made by grinding rice but uses bengal gram flour (kadalai mavu) instead of roasted gram flour. I have added garlic and red chillies to make it spicy. You can omit garlic when making for festivals. You also have an instant version of ribbon murukku (without garlic) recipe.
Prepared with bengal gram flour (kadalai mavu) and flavored with bishop weeds (omam in Tamil and ajwain in Hindi).
This is traditional mullu murukku prepared with homemade rice flour and dal.
As the name suggests, it is spicy. Love it with a cup of ginger cardamom tea.
Thengai Pal Murukku-Coconut milk Murukku
Very easy to make, very delicious and super addictive.
Finger millet murukku-Ragi Murukku
Healthy, crispy and delicious Finger Millet Murukku
Delicious Andhra Style Chegodilu-Ring Murukku
If you are searching for a very easy and quick murukku recipe for Diwali, then this murukku fits the bill perfectly. Super Easy-Super addictive! Kadalaimaavu Murukku-Besan Murukku
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Also check how to make rice flour at home for making murukku and other Indian Snacks.
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