My dear hubby would generally love these type of Indian snacks rather than eating outside junk. He was asking me to prepare these for quite a long time but I was a bit lazy to stand in front of the stove for such a lengthy period. Yeah, when I prepare these, I prepare in wholesome quantity as they can be afresh for almost 15 days.
What I used:
Rice Flour : 3 cups
Roasted gram flour (Putnalu Powder) : 1 cup
Water : 2 cups
Ginger garlic paste : 3 tbsp
Garam masala : 2 tbsp
Red chilli powder : 2 tbsp
Salt : as required
Oil : for deep frying
And of course one muruku presser.
How I did:
- Take rice flour in a large bowl and add all the ingredients except water and oil.
- With a spoon mix thoroughly until all the contents are well mixed.
- Heat 3 tbsp of oil separately and pour into the mixture and mix.
- Add water little by little and mix into the mixture to form a dough. Use your hands to make the dough.
- Heat oil in a deep pan on medium heat.
- Take a ball of dough and fill the muruku presser till 3/4 level of it.
- In a circular motion, press jantikalu directly into oil taking care not to burn yourselves.
- No need to flip over the jantikalu. Fry for a few minutes till reddish brown color.
- Transfer to a paper tissue to absorb excess.
- Serve as a snack or a timepass in front of TV. Store in an air tight container when cooled.
7 things about myself:
- Love to play with my kids.
- Love to watch detective movies and suspense thrillers.
- Love old and melodious songs.
- Love to roam around with my hub and kids.
- Try to experiment new recipes always.
- Blogging has become my passion now-a-days.
- And a little lazy to wake up early in the morning.
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