Thursday, July 1, 2010

3 flour (Rice flour,Urad dal flour,Roasted chana dal flour)Jantikalu

Hai friends today i am coming with Jantikalu.Some people call it as Murukullu.This all time favourite.In my family we all love Jantikalu.This recipe i got in the google search.I too changed little by adding few more ingredients.I hope u all love it.Lets go to the recipe.

Ingredients:

Rice flour-3 cups
Urad dal flour-1 cup
Roasted chana dal(Putnaalu pappu)-1 cup
Salt to taste
Butter-4 stp
Sesame seeds-3 tsp
Green chillies-5  or 6
Chilli ginger paste-2 tsp
Ajwain(vaamu)-1/2 tsp
Oil-2 or 3 cups(for deep frying)
Baking soda-1/4 th tsp
Water required to mix the flours

Method:

First take the roasted chana dal,chillies ajwain in the blender and blend to fine powder and keep it aside.
Take the large bowl and add the 3 cups of rice flour,1 cup urad dal flour,1 cup blended dal,baking soda,sesame seeds,salt and whisk it well.
To this add the melted butter and mix well.
Now add the chilli ginger paste and mix it well.
Add water slowly by mixing and it should be like chapathi dough.
Now cover it with damp cloth and rest this for 2 hours.
After two hours remove the cloth and now ready for deep frying.
Place the deep frying pan and pour the hoil and heat it.
Whenit gets heat take the required amount od dough in the jantikallu press and press this in the oil.
Deep fry it when it turns to brown and crispy.
Take out from oil and place the paper to absorb excess oil.
When it gets cool preserve them in the air tight box.
Serve this at evening tea time.

15 comments:

  1. Crispy jantikalu looks yummy, prefect for snacks..

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  2. Vineela,
    maa intlo andariki jantikalu chala ishtam.mee step by step presentation chala bagundi.

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  3. so crispy and spicy too.. nice snack with all the flour good one vinee

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  4. wow, crispy and yummy. u are making me drool.

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  5. hi vineela...
    jantikalu chala bagunai....naku kunchum jantikalu pass chestava :)...very nice presentation...perfect color:)

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  6. Very crispy.. .and its making me grab them right away!!!

    Heyy vineela...
    I have an event on Indian flavoured flat breads runnig at my space.. Do participate...
    LOoking forward to seeing u thr

    Cheers
    Sandhya

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  7. I never had an idea to make chakralu/murukku using this toasted chana, very tempting:)

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  8. I liked your 3 flour murukku. Glad you liked the plantain peel stir fry.

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  9. Crispy n crunchy snack...gr8 job..

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  10. very nice blog..............plz visit my blog if time permits............http://lets-cook-something.blogspot.com/

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  11. Very nice crunchy snack Vineela. This recipe seems so flavorful and great. Step by step info is very useful. Looks so tempting n delicious.

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  12. Murukulu i my favorite too Vineela. I will surely try this out.

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