Ring Murukku | Rice Flour Rings is a famous and traditional murukku especially we do for Diwali. We all would have been enjoying this yummy snack whenever we prepare in home or even if we get from Shops. From kids to elders most of us enjoy these murukku by wearing this in our fingers :-). Crispy and crunchy ring murukku is a very good accompaniment with hot tea / coffee. Its so simple and easy to make at home. We can concoct this yummy snack using store bought rice flour or home made rice flour. My advice is to use Home Made Rice Flour. 

Ring Murukku Recipe | Rice Flour Rings Recipe | Spicy Ring Murukku Recipe
Ring Murukku | Rice Flour Rings | Spicy Ring Murukku 


Preparation and Yield:
Preparation time10 mins
Cooking Time30 mins
Yield1/2 Kg

Ring Murukku Recipe | Rice Flour Rings Recipe | Spicy Ring Murukku Recipe
Ring Murukku | Rice Flour Rings | Spicy Ring Murukku 

Ingredients:
Rice Flour **1.5Cup*
Water1.5 Cup
Uriddal Flour1 teaspoon
Butter2 tablespoon
Moongdal2 tablespoon
Cumin Seeds1 teaspoon
Sesame Seeds1 teaspoon
Red Chilli Powder1 teaspoon
Hing1/4 teaspoon
SaltTo Taste

*1 cup = 250ml
** I have used homemade rice flour


Ring Murukku Recipe | Rice Flour Rings Recipe | Spicy Ring Murukku Recipe
Ring Murukku | Rice Flour Rings | Spicy Ring Murukku 

Method:
  1. Soak the moong dal in water for atleast 15 minutes. I have used home made rice flour. Please click here for the Rice Flour recipe. (You can also use store bought flour or Idiappam flour). Add urid dal flour to the sieved rice flour and mix well. Heat a pan and add water along with salt, soaked moong dal and butter. 

  2. Once the water starts boiling, add the flour little by little and keep mixing till all the rice flour gets nicely combined with water and immediately switch off the flame and allow the dough to cool of so that you could handle with your hands

  3. When the dough is completely cooled off, add cumin seeds, sesame seeds, red chilli powder and hing and knead the dough well

  4. Take small gooseberry sized dough and make it like a ball. Grease your palm with little oil and rub the dough ball to make 2 inch strip

  5. Then connect both the ends of the dough strip to make it like a ring and place it in a plate . Repeat this step for the rest of the dough. Heat oil in a pan and test the hotness by dropping a pinch of dough. if the dough raises immediately, then it is the correct hotness and we can drop the rings into the oil gently. 

  6. Fry the ring murukku evenly on all the side till they turn golden brown and crispy. Gently take out the crispy murukku from oil and place it in a paper towel to drain the excess oil

  7. The crispy and crunchy ring murukku is now ready to serve! Serve this yummy murukku with hot coffee or tea and enjoy your evening!
  8. Ring Murukku Recipe | Rice Flour Rings Recipe | Spicy Ring Murukku Recipe | Chegodilu Recipe
    Ring Murukku Recipe | Rice Flour Rings Recipe | Spicy Ring Murukku Recipe | Chegodilu Recipe


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  1. Hi. A very similar dish is called Kodubale. It is a very popular snack in many parts of Karnataka. http://maneadige.blogspot.com/2007/11/kodubale-kodbale.html
    http://smithakalluraya.blogspot.com/2013/12/kodubale-crispy-spicy-rings.html

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  2. Mami, I made tomato dosa yesterday. It came out really well. Thanks. Mami, one more question. When we make ring murukku, can we use readymade idiyappam powder as rice flour for this? Please reply.

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    1. Hi Jayanthi, Yes, you can very much use Idyappam Powder !. Try this and share your views.

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  3. Hi Sowmya. Thanks for the reply. I have tried many recipes of your MIL. She is really good. The measurements she mentions are accurate. Thanks to both of u. My family is enjoying a new dish almost everyday. God bless u.

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    1. Thanks Jayanti for your lovely words. Keep trying the recipes and share your comments and suggestions.

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  4. I made it with store bought rice flour and added nigella seeds for a different flavor it came it beautiful. Instead of soaking the moong dal I microwaved it for a minute oh high heat with a lil bit of water.
    thanks a ton aunty think I would be making this more regularly now!

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  5. Hi
    I tried this receipe but they turned out to be soft and not crispy...can you tell the reason please

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  6. Haribol will try soon lookin yummy. Thanks for posting my husband loves this a lot.

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  7. Ring murukku came out very soft. I tried with store bought flour. The dough looked like a fully cooked one rather than being raw.should I fry the flour before using it. Where did I do the mistake. Regards

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    1. Try frying in medium heat until all the bubbles subsides. It will make the ring murukku to evenly fry both inside and out.

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  8. Mami when I tried to make a strip it kept breaking...what could be the reason? Also please let me know what quantity does a tablespoon denote? I've heard it's 4 teaspoons.

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    1. 1 Tablespoon is 3 teaspoon. approximately 15ml. The dough would have been thick. Just sprinkle some water and make it to a soft dough then you should be able to make rings without breaking

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