Thursday, June 13, 2013

Mosaru Kodubale ( Crispy Rice Flour Rings using Curd)

Mosaru Kodubale is a very tasty snack. In kannada, mosaru means curd (yogurt) and kodubale means crispy rings. I got this recipe from a FB friend Kiranmayi. I had noted this recipe long time back. Finally I tried it and the result was yum.



There are many varieties of kodubale. I really love the spicy ones available in Bangalore. This is the first time I am tasting mosaru kodubale. It has a very different texture when compared to the normal ones. It has a crispy crust and the inner part is soft. Hence it is little chewy but tastes very good. Try it and I am sure you will not stop at one!! :-) You can also try my another recipe of kodubale here.


Ingredients:

  • Rice Flour- 1 cup
  • Sour curd- 1/2 cup
  • Water- 1/2 cup
  • Onion, small sized- 1
  • Green Chilli- 2-3
  • Curry leaves- 1 sprig
  • Cilantro (Coriander leaves)- 7-8 sprigs
  • Oil- 1 tsp
  • Salt- To taste
  • Oil- For deep frying

Procedure:

Chop Onion, cilantro, green chilli and curry leaves.


Now take a pan and add curd, water, salt, 1 tsp of oil, chopped onion, cilantro, green chilli and curry leaves. Mix it and start heating it on a medium heat.


Once this mixture comes to a boil, add the rice flour and close it with a lid (don't stir it). 


Let it cook for 2-3 minutes. Then turn off the heat. Now mix the mixture until everything comes together.


Transfer the dough into a bowl. When it is warm knead it to get a smooth dough.


Now keep the oil for heating on medium- high. While it is getting heated, make kodubale (rings).
Take small amount of the dough and roll it in between your greased palms (5-6cm long).


Then join the ends to get a circle. 


Repeat this with the rest of the dough (keep the dough covered to avoid drying).


Now deep fry these rings in hot oil until it turns golden brown on both sides.


Once done, transfer it on a paper towel to drain the excess oil. 
Mosaru Kodubale is ready!!


Serve it hot (it doesn't remain crispy the next day). Above measurement makes 30 medium sized rings.

12 comments :

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    1. Thanks Prathibha..yes i read it in your blog :-)

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  2. This looks tempting :)..want to try this

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    1. Thanks Sai..let me know how they turned out. You too have a nice blog. Thanks for stopping by :-)

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  3. thanks lakshmi canteen for delicious recipe...my husband loved a lot.... :)

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  4. Yday i tried it cums out well! ☺ ☺ thank you....!! �� ��

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    1. Thanks Anupama for the feedback. Glad you all enjoyed it :-)

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  6. I want to try this yummy kodbale having a small doubt how long can we store this kodbale?

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  7. I want to try this yummy kodbale having a small doubt how long can we store this kodbale?

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    1. Hi Megha, you cannot store this. It has to be eaten as soon as it is done. Let me know if you try it :)

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