Rice flour and besan chakli recipes

Crispy Butter Murukku / Besan Chakli Recipe

Crispy Butter Murukku / Besan Chakli Recipe

Crispy Butter Murukku Recipe, a crispy and buttery murukku made from riceflourandbesan. To prepare RiceFlour, wash raw riceand drain the water completely
Baked Chakli

Baked Chakli

Chakli is typically made from flours of rice, bengal gram (chickpea) and black gram (udad dal). I started with riceflour, yogurt, butter and spices
Methi Chakli

Methi Chakli

I used riceflourandbesan but in South it made with riceand split white lentil flour, no matter what you use but the end result is always yummy, you can add sesame seeds, tomato paste, make it with soya flour
Baked Chakli

Baked Chakli

So it was up to me and the kids to enjoy the whole batch of chaklis. I could munch these with very little guilt and enjoyed every bite
Chakli recipe, How to make chakli

Chakli recipe, How to make chakli

Yes, you do not have to worry about roasting or powdering the dal now and straight away mix the riceflour with the gram flour or besan
Murukku/chakli

Murukku/chakli

Murukku is mainly made with riceflourand some besanflour too and we can prepare lots of variations in making murukku with another flours also
Janthikalu/Murukkulu/Chakli

Janthikalu/Murukkulu/Chakli

Janthikalu is Andhra style murukku which calls for riceflour, gram flour, ajwain seeds, sesame seeds, ghee and obviously chilly powder
Spinach Chakli | Palak Murukku | Snack Recipe

Spinach Chakli | Palak Murukku | Snack Recipe

In a mixing bowl add riceflour,besanflour, ground paste,hing salt,butter and mix well first. Tough it it deep fried people prefer it and is mostly prepared in all house holds for any festival
Spinach Chakli | Palak Murukku | Snack Recipe

Spinach Chakli | Palak Murukku | Snack Recipe

In a mixing bowl add riceflour,besanflour, ground paste,hing salt,butter and mix well first. Tough it it deep fried people prefer it and is mostly prepared in all house holds for any festival
Common Rices of India

Common Rices of India

Riceflour is used to thicken sauces and curries or binds mixtures. Cornflour or besan can be substituted, but doesn’t impart the same texture