This is a quick version of Nada(Ribbon Pakoda) hence the name Quick Nada :-). Instant way to prepare nada with ingredients readily available at home. The conventional method of making Ribbon Pakoda (Nada) is a little time consuming process, still worth doing it. But nowadays, many of us are working women so not finding time to make snacks in a conventional way, instead we just buy from shops. Buying snacks from shop is not hygienic. They deep fry the snacks in the same oil multiple times and it is not good for health. Instead try instant version of making snacks in home with fresh oil and it will be hygienic too. Try this instant version of ribbon pakoda and share your experience!


Quick Nada Murukku | Ribbon Pakoda Murukku Recipe
Quick Nada Murukku | Ribbon Pakoda Murukku Recipe


Yield 8-10 pieces
Preparation Time5 mins
Cooking Time30 mins


Quick Nada Murukku | Ribbon Pakoda Murukku Recipe
Quick Nada Murukku | Ribbon Pakoda Murukku Recipe


Ingredients:
Rice Flour1 Cup
Moong Dal Flour1/4 cup
Gram flour (Besan)1/4 Cup
Roasted Gram Flour2 Tablespoon
Butter3 tablespoon
Red Chilli Powder1 teaspoon
SaltTo Taste
Hing1/2 teaspoon

Accessories Required:
Ribbon Pakoda Press
Ribbon Pakoda Mould


Quick Nada Murukku | Ribbon Pakoda Murukku Recipe
Quick Nada Murukku | Ribbon Pakoda Murukku Recipe
Method:

  1. Mix the rice flour, moong dal flour, besan, roasted gram flour, red chilli powder, salt, butter and hing in a vessel. Moong dal flour is optional. If you don't have it, you can dry roast 1/4 cup of moong dal and grind it to a fine powder in a mixer. We can also exclude moong dal flour and just use 1/2 cup of gram flour instead.

  2. Add water and make the flour into a chapati like dough

  3. Put 1 hand full of dough in a press, and close the press with ribbon pakoda mould. Heat oil in a heavy bottomed pan, and when the oil is hot add a little piece of dough to check for the hotness. When the dough raises immediately then the oil is ready for frying

  4. Squeeze the dough to a big circle. Deep fry the ribbon padoka/Nada in low flame till it is crisp and turns golden brown color. 

  5. Take it out and place it in a oil strainer with a paper towel to remove excess oil and allow it to cool. Store it in a air tight container and serve.

  6. The delicious ribbon padoka/Nada is ready to serve.
  7. Quick Nada Murukku | Ribbon Pakoda Murukku Recipe
    Quick Nada Murukku | Ribbon Pakoda Murukku Recipe

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  1. The quick nada was very delicious.Thanks for the recipe.Also the thengoil.

    Looking for some easy sevai recipies.

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  2. Hello mami,
    I tried your quicknada receipe.It came really good.thanks for your receipe.

    I am looking for ur thengulal receipe. if it is readymade rice flour or make it at home.send me in detail. thanks

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  3. Hello mami,

    For how long should I roast the gram flour?

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  4. Hello mami,

    For how long should I roast the gram flour?

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