These cute edible rings made from semolina have taken the title as rava ring murukku and are quite apt to be listed under Shree Krishna Janmashtami recipe. Because this festival is always related with wonderfully awesome snacks and sweets that are made in mammoth and had for many days even after the festival.
One thing about blogging: It’s so amazing to be able to take work everywhere with me. No matter where I find myself in the world, as long as there is just one hint of internet connectivity, I can do my work. It’s a kind of blessing! and curse. I love to be disconnected from work while vacationing and usually I succeed half way in achieving it. Scheduling that many recipe posts till the point it gets automatically published demands lot and lots of overtime work which is practically impossible for one who is a home maker with two kids.
All the recipes that I have planned for Janmashtami this year have one thing in common. Easy, Simple and On the GO recipes. Like this roasted gram ladoo. Just decide in what to make and head yourself towards kitchen because all the ingredients must already be there in your pantry because these are very basic ones.
Rava ring murukku has mostly semolina and few spices. Coconut gets minced with the spices and combined with semolina. While making dough, do add water cautiously because too much would make the murukku soggy. And too less means it breaks and doesn’t hold the shape. When the dough is ready, have enough time to shape small rings out of it which is bit time consuming.
Keep these tiny ring murukku in a jar and that stays crisp and crunch till the day it lasts. It’s addictive snack and best when lazying around or watching TV.