Ring Murukku snacks in the jar
Written by Jayashree
Published on August 16, 2017

Ring murukku is another kind of dry snacks. It is from the state of Andhra Pradesh. They are soft but crispy, different from the usual kodbole that we make.

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Ingredients:

  • 1 cup rice flour
  • 1 tablespoon moong dal
  • 1 cup water
  • salt to taste
  • 1 teaspoon chilli powder
  • asafoetida
  • oil for frying

Method:

  1. Wash and soak moong dal for half an hour.
  2. Heat one cup of water. Drain the soaked dal and put it in water along with salt.
  3. Once the water, put the rice flour, keep stirring continuously.
  4. When the consistency becomes thick, turn off the gas. Let cool.
  5. Add chilli powder and asafoetida to it. Knead it to a dough.
  6. Take a small ball of the dough and roll into the shape of a ring.
  7. Repeat for a few more balls.
  8. Heat oil in a frying pan.
  9. Once it is hot, put a few murukku (six to seven ) in the oil.
  10. Deep fry on medium flame until golden in colour.
  11. Repeat for the rest of the dough.
  12. Ring Murukku are ready to serve.

 

Ring Murukku

Ring Murukku is another kind of snack that can be made and stored in jars. They are crispy on the outside but soft inside.

Course festive treats, kids favourite, Snack, snack in the jar
Cuisine Andhra pradesh, Indian
Keyword festive treats, fried snacks, kids favourite, ring murukku
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 6 people
Author Jayashree

Ingredients

  • 1 cup rice flour
  • 1 tablespoon moong dal
  • 1 cup water
  • salt to taste
  • 1 teaspoon chilli powder
  • asafoetida
  • oil for frying

Instructions

  1. Wash and soak moong dal in water for thirty minutes.

  2. Heat one cup water. Drain the water from the soaked moong. Put it in water along with salt.

  3. Once it boils, add rice flour and stir continuously, it should come to a thick consistency.

  4. Let cool. Add chilli powder and asafoetida to it and knead well.

  5. Take a small ball of the dough and roll into a ring shape. 

  6. Make a few more rings.

  7. Heat oil in a pan.

  8. Once it is hot, put a few rings (about six or seven) and deep fry on medium flame until golden in  colour.

  9. Remove them on an absorbent paper. 

  10. Repeat for the rest of the dough. Ring murukku are ready to serve.

Recipe Notes

Make them more circular in shape like a small ring. Mine are not exactly like a ring, could not make them again for the photograph.

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62 Comments

  1. Zarah

    Wow those look pretty yummy!

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou Zarah for the visit and appreciation.

      Reply
  2. Oursamyatra

    Looks so much yeamii…Love to have this.

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    • jayashree

      @Oursamyatra thankyou so much for the visit and appreciative comment.

      Reply
  3. allmydealsindia

    Nice recipe, where did it originate

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    • jayashree

      Thanks for the visit @allmydealsindia. It is a recipe of Andhra Pradesh.

      Reply
  4. girlsglamour16

    This is super easy recipe of Ring Murukku. Can you please tell the purpose of adding Moong Dal?

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    • jayashree

      Thanks for the visit. The texture of murukku was totally different by the addition of moong dal.

      Reply
  5. ashunexpected

    Yummy. I haven’t ever heard of this or a few of the ingredients. Is there a place that is best to purchase these, or is online the best way?

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    • jayashree

      Hye..thanks for visiting here.Most of the ingredients will be available at the local store, you need to check for the exact names, it is written in the local language. You may be familiar with moong dal as split green gram. Rice flour is the powder made from raw rice.

      Reply
  6. Jojo Hua

    Mmmm, those look delicious, it’s making me hungry now!

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    • jayashree

      Thankyou for the visit, do give a try.

      Reply
  7. Shell

    This looks super delicious!!! I’ve never had this before but I definitely want to give it a try! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thanks for the visit.

      Reply
  8. Shreya

    Jayshree, these look very tempting! Thanks for sharing a lovely recipe:)

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    • jayashree

      Thankyou Shreya

      Reply
  9. Lathiya

    Murukku always a hit snack..best tea time or while traveling snack..looks great

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    • jayashree

      Thankyou Lathiya

      Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou @spiceaffairs

      Reply
  10. Afroz

    This reminds me of Diwali?
    Looks so crispy and delicious

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    • jayashree

      Thankyou afroz

      Reply
  11. Jagruti

    These chakri looks tempting. great with cup of chai.

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou Jagruti

      Reply
  12. srividhya

    I can keep munching these all day long. Very nice.

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou Vidhya

      Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou @Ruchiskitchen

      Reply
  13. Uma Srinivas

    Looks very delicious. My mother make this in rainy days!

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    • jayashree

      Thankyou Uma

      Reply
  14. shannon

    I have never heard of these before, they look and sound delish. thank you for sharing the recipe i look forward to trying them.

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    • jayashree

      Thankyou Shannon

      Reply
  15. Stephanie

    Thanx for sharing. Cant wait to try these

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    • jayashree

      Thankyou Stephanie

      Reply
  16. hauteandcomely

    it’s interesting how similar ring muruuku looks to a certain snack we make in Ghana.

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou @hauteandcomely

      Reply
  17. eclectickristal

    These look so good and I have not heard of them before.

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    • jayashree

      Thankyou @eclectickristal

      Reply
  18. kenyanbookjunkie

    These look supper yummy and the fact that they take such a short period to prepare makes them even more enticing hehe. Thank you for sharing.

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou @kenyanbookjunkie

      Reply
  19. Trisha

    This looks very appetizing and will make for an excellent teat time snack! I am going to try it someday.

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou Trisha

      Reply
  20. Catherine Brown

    These look delicious! Where can I purchase moong dal?

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    • jayashree

      Thankyou Catherine

      Reply
  21. Soniya

    This looks so delicious and crispy..!! Will definitely try it soon 🙂

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    • jayashree

      Thankyou Soniya

      Reply
  22. Derek @ Dad With A Pan

    Those look good! Is there a sauce you can dip them in?

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    • jayashree

      Thankyou Derek..you can use tomato ketchup. We have it with a cup of tea.

      Reply
  23. Tara

    I had never heard of Ring Murukku before. They look perfect for an afternoon snack. The texture sounds wonderful.

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    • jayashree

      Thankyou Tara. They are crispy and melt in the mouth kind.

      Reply
  24. Geezelle Tapangan

    This is my first time to hear about this foo and it looks delicious. Would like to try making one. Thank you

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    • jayashree

      Thankyou Geezelle

      Reply
  25. Christie Campbell

    I always love learning about cuisines from other countries. Since I love Indian food and masalas I can’t wait to try these.

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  26. Jagruti

    Thanks for sharing, it’s on my diwali snacks list now

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  27. curryandvanilla

    These crispies look yummy; perfect with a cup of coffee!! Thanks for sharing 🙂

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  28. firsttimercook

    I can munch these any time of the day 🙂

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  29. Francesca

    I love how rich and varied the Indian cuisine is, with so many different flavours and traditions. This snack looks awesome and easy enough to try to make it at home

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  30. Uma Srinivas

    My all time favorite snacks. My mother makes this in rainy season:) This looks delicious.

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  31. Soniya

    This looks so crispy and delicious.Its been so long I have tasted this snack… Will try to make it at home now that I have your recipe!

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