Ribbon Pakkoda/Ribbon Murukku


When it comes to snacks I am reminded of Aadayar Ananda Bhavan. They have some reputation for that.Whilst its been easier to walk into one of those stores to pick snacks of our choice, we’re often left deprived snacks of similar quality at least in the city where we live. Then there’s the good old Haldirams snacks 🙂 which many a times have some North Indian touch to South Indian snacks too. Like a drizzle of that chaat masala over a pack of mixture.Luckily the Indian grocery stores do have the essentials needed for a good home made snack. I came across this pakoda here and been wanting to try it for long. I am glad I did.These were soft and crispy and the addition of pepper makes it unique in its flavors.

 

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Recipe

Source : here

Measuring Cup used : 160ml

Rice flour (Idiappam Flour) : 2 Cups

Besan (Chickpea Flour ) : 1 Cup 

Salt : 3/4 tsp

Asafoetida : a fat pinch

Pepper :  1.5 tsp, Coarsely ground

Butter : 1.5 tbsp

Oil : 1.5 tbsp

Oil for deep frying

Method

To a bowl, add the flours, salt, asafoetida and mix well. Add the butter and the oil . Mix well

Add water to make a medium soft dough. Pour water little by little to make the dough smooth

Now in the murukku press add the ribbon pakkoda plate and press in circles over the oil

Cook on medium High till the sizzle reduces, Flip and cook the other side.

Once it turns brown and the sizzling stops, remove on paper towels

Serve over tea.

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