Kodubale recipes

Kodubale /Crispy Rice flour Rings - Version 2

Kodubale /Crispy Rice flour Rings - Version 2

Kodubale is a crispy rice flour rings,a quite addictive snack can be made in so many ways. I have already shared a version of kodubale here but this version is slightly different and adapted from Suma's blog
Kodubale | Ring Murukku Recipe

Kodubale | Ring Murukku Recipe

I planned the recipe of Kodubale ahead of Gokulashtami festival this year so that all festival recipe searchers can mentally get ready to make these crunchies
Kodubale - gluten free snack from nammamma's kitchen

Kodubale - gluten free snack from nammamma's kitchen

These kodubales were on the menu as DD loves them. But somehow I kept hesitating as it never seemed to be the same as my benchmark though everyone who ate it said it was one of the best kodubale they had eaten
Kodubale – A Spicy Crunchy Munchy from Karnataka

Kodubale – A Spicy Crunchy Munchy from Karnataka

Kodubale is a spicy crispy rice murukku from Karnataka. The one that fascinated me for its range of tastes is Smitha Kalluraya’s recipe for Kodubale and this is the recipe that I have followed
Rice Kodubale/Ring Murukku

Rice Kodubale/Ring Murukku

But as I knew this only from my Bangalore days I call it the spicy Kodubale. This is one of the very famous Karnataka’s tasty teatime snack and one of my favorite
KODUBALE

KODUBALE

Kodubale is an intresting snack to me for two reasons. Enjoy kodubales any time of the day. You could made horn shaped kodubales too
Kodubale – Traditional Snack

Kodubale – Traditional Snack

Kodubale. kodubale. Kodubale is one crunchy snack which I have enjoyed and loved since childhood. Next to nippattu, I find making kodubale easy as compared to ‘chakli’ or ‘thengulu’, since it does not require the chakli press – the hand-held press used to press out the dough in required form
Kodubale

Kodubale

Kodubale is a mild spicy, deep fried Karnataka snack. Deep fry rolled out kodubale in oil. Your tasty and crispy kodubale is ready
KODUBALE

KODUBALE

Then deep fry the kodubale in hot oil. fry the kodubale till they turn golden brown and crisp on medium flame
Chegodilu (Chekodi) Recipe | Ring Murukku | Diwali Snacks

Chegodilu (Chekodi) Recipe | Ring Murukku | Diwali Snacks

This is also similar to kodubale but some people use little different recipe, this recipe is good if you want to make Murukku Without Achu ie without the murukku press or machine, if you don't have murukku or chakli machine then this recipe does come handy
Recipe & Book Review- Southern Flavours

Recipe & Book Review- Southern Flavours

I was surely looking out for recipes of Ragi Mudde, which is healthy and well known food item from Karnataka and also the Holige, Haigriva, Ambode, Kodubale and Madur Vadai which are again specialities known to that state