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July 6, 2010

Semiya Janthikalu ( Murukulu )


Semiya Janthikalu ( Murukulu, Murukku, Chakli )

Ingredients :


Vermicelli (Semiya) : 1 cup
Rice Flour : 2 cups
Ajwain seeds : 1 tsp
Red chilli powder : 1 tsp
Salt to taste
Oil for deep frying


Vermicelli Murukku

Method :


Soak the vermicelli in 1 1/2 cups of water for 2 hours. Now mash the soaked vermicelli with fingers and add the rice flour, 1/4 cup of hot oil, salt, ajwain and red chilli powder to it. Mix well and knead a soft dough. Heat oil for deep frying. Fill the chakli maker with the dough and press the chakli maker over the oil. Make small round chakli. Deep them until light golden color on both sides. Remove from the oil and store in a air tight container.

29 comments:

  1. Wow chandana semiya jantikalu chala baagunnayi.let me try this and its new to me.

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  2. Wow, a very new process and ingredient. Never knew about adding vermicilli in jantikilu, will surely try it :)

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  3. Thanks for stopping by. You have a nice space here too with nice YUmmY recipes !

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  4. samiya jantikalu sounds very new n interesting, looks wonderful ...i wish i could get some...i will try it ..thanks for sharing chandana

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  5. Vermecilli in muruku, it is new one to me. Looks really good.

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  6. Interesting recipe and sure i would try this and very easy too.. they are so perfect dear.

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  7. Beautiful murukku, looks soo crispy and awesome..

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  8. New to me..looks crunchy and tasty snack..

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  9. Crispy n crunchy murukkus...looks yumm!

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  10. Crispy n yummy...excellent recipe!!!!

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  11. Wow, a very new process and ingredient. Never knew about adding vermicilli in jantikilu, will surely try it :)

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  12. looks perfect,,wish i could grab some..lov the color

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  13. Looks great,nice idea! Hav to try out some time for sure!

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  14. wow perfect murulkku nicely domne looks so delicious .rice semiya thats good idea

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  15. nice recipe looks grt. never tried with vermicelli. thanks for sharing

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  16. Looks yum....so new to me...nice idea

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  17. Murukku looks beautiful and yummy.

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  18. u kneaded the dough so well that all vermicillis are disappeared into rice flour ? great job and I have never heard murukku with vermicilli .. looks perfect

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  19. innovative chakki with Semiya :)

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  20. Great crunchy looking murukku. I have never tried with vermicilli dear...Looks perfect

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  21. yummy crunchy snack..looks perfect

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  22. never heard of vermicelli in muruku.. looks great though..

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  23. Murukku luks perfect dear! too gud idea,using the vermicelli...will try it.

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  24. I prepared this chakli..its taste will double if we soak vermicelli in curd..

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  25. I think I shall make this. I have vermicelli at home, and no one wants to eat upma. Might as well put it to better use.

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  26. Hi Hari,

    I am prathiba from "The indian food court". I add raw oil in place of hot oil to the dough. I also add jeera in place of ajwain. I am yet to put up the recipe.You do have a wonderful blog!!!!

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  27. Super recipe,i tried it today turned out crispy & tasty.Will upload it sometime in my blog.

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