Thursday, October 27, 2016

Butter Murukku Recipe

Butter Murukku is a traditional Indian snack made during festival time. Butter Murukku is made with rice flour, besan flour and gram flour.  It is easy to make, crispy and melt in mouth texture. There are wide varieties of Murukku recipes with different flour proportion. I have posted 2 varieties in my website. Click on the link to check


Rice flour 1 cup
Gram flour 1 tbsp
Besan flour 2 tbsp
Water 1 cup
Sesame seeds 1 tbsp
Asafoetida 1/8 tsp
Butter 3 tbsp
Salt to taste
Oil for deep frying


Take water in a pot and bring it to boil. Add in butter, salt and mix until it dissolved.

Add all flours into the boiling water , immediately remove the pot from flame and mix it all without lump using spatula. Knead well and the texture of the dough should be in thick. Add some rice flour if it's still sticky.

Keep the dough covered and let it cool down for sometime.
Once it is warm enough to handle, add in asafoetida, sesame seeds and knead all together.

Now divide the dough into 6 to 7 equal portion. Take a portion, place it in piping mold. I used star tip for making this murukku.  You can directly press it into the heated oil. But with the piping mold it's pretty hard to press. So I just pressed it in plate and transfered for frying.

Head oil in a pan for deep frying over medium high flame. Test oil with a pinch of dough, if it is rise up immediately, then the oil is ready for frying.

Gently drop the piped dough into heated oil. Fry them batchwise on both sides until it turns to golden brown color.

Remove excess oil in paper towel.


Don't forget to cover the dough to avoid from drying.
Since I dont have murukku press, I have used piping with star tip.
Fry it in heated oil, else it will absorb more oil and Murukku will become soggy.
Store it in air tight container.

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