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August 20, 2015

Curd Kodubale-Mosaru Kodubale Recipe-Karnataka Snack Recipes

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Kodubale is one of the most popular snack recipes of Karnataka.I am a big fan of it.This afternoon I was badly tempted to try some crispy, deep fried snacks recipes and I was looking for a good chakli/Murukku recipeBatting Eyelashes.I found one and called my friend Archana(school moms group) to confirm the recipe.But she suggested me to try Curd Kodubale(Mosaru kodubale) and shared her family recipe with me. I became double happy and tried it immediately.Ingredients,Preparation,color,taste and texture of this kodubale is completely different from the usual ones.I have heard Curd kodubale is served as a breakfast along with green coconut chutney.I have also tasted them in Food street,VV puram.But Archu told me that they have this as an evening snack along with tea.Breakfast or snack,whatever it may be,the taste is ultimate.The beauty of this recipe is,it doesn’t have any fat like butter,ghee or oil and not even maida in the dough.But I won't say its a low calorie snack as it is deep fried.Its just made of rice flour cooked in Curd + spices mixture.It can be made quickly and it tastes spicy with mild tanginess.What are you waiting for,just try this snack for your family in this weekend and take the credits !Peace Sign Lets see how to make this yummy Karnataka special Kodubale recipe.

Curd Kodubale/Mosaru Kodubale recipe


Curd Kodubale/Mosaru Kodubale recipe Karnataka special Snack/breakfast recipe - Curd Kodubale/Mosaru koduable !
Cuisine: Karnataka
Category: Snacks
Serves: 25-30nos
Prep time: 10 Minutes
Cook time: 20 Minutes
Total time: 30 Minutes


INGREDIENTS
1 cup = 200ml
  • Rice flour - 1 cup
  • Sour curd - 1/2 cup
  • Water - 1 cup
  • Red chilli powder or green chilli paste - 1 tsp
  • Hing/Asafetida - a big pinch
  • Cumin seeds/Jeera - 1/2 tsp
  • Yellow Moong dal - 2 tsp
  • Coriander leaves- 1 tbsp
  • Salt - as needed
  • Cooking oil - to deep fry
METHOD
  • Take 1/2 cup of curd and whisk it by adding 1 cup of water.You will get 1.5 cups of buttermilk in total.To that buttermilk,add the spice powders,salt,moong dal,coriander leaves and cumin seeds.Mix well.

  • Boil the buttermilk mixture for 2-3 minutes. Simmer the flame and add the rice flour.Mix well and make a thick dough.Remove from the flame and let it become warm.Use your hands and knead the dough.

  • Take a small ball sized dough and roll it to make a thick cylinder.Join the edges and make a circle shape. Cover & keep the remaining dough else it will become dry and cracks will form in kodubale.

  • Heat oil in a kadai and check the heat by dropping a pinch of dough.If it rises immediately,the temperature is just right.Drop the rolled kodubale and deep fry  in low to medium heat till the bubbles cease in oil.Flip it whenever needed.Deep fry in batches and store in a box once its cools down completely.
Enjoy !
Note
  • Add more chilli powder as per your taste.
  • The color of this kodubale is supposed to be white.So do not brown them.
  • Use sour curd for best taste.But use 1/4 cup of curd if it is too sour.
  • Do not forget to knead the dough.Dough should be smooth without cracks.


Crispy Kodubale with Hot tea !! Yummmm !




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23 comments :

great-secret-of-life said...

I don't mind this for breakfast.. yum!

Unknown said...

Yummy recipe chitra.. a must try.. i regularly follow your blog.. i do try most of them.. thanks for sharing very authentic recipes..

Kurinji said...

lovely colors and delicious recipe...

Chitra said...

Thanks a lot Veena Rao :) Glad to see your feedback !

Chitra said...

Thanks Veena :)

Unknown said...

Looks very delicious Chitra.. Lovely presentation... :) The teacups and the kodubale rings together make it very tempting !!

Chitra said...

Thanks dear :)

Chitra said...

Thank you :)

Traditionally Modern Food said...

I can munch it all day.. Looks crispy

Chitra said...

Thanks Vidya :)

Partheesh Patil said...

Yummy.... Looks good...i will try.. Its new. To me

Unknown said...

I made it using your recipe, came out really yummy! Thank you :)

Unknown said...

I made this using your receipe, came out yummy! Thank you :)

Chitra said...

Thank you so much for the feedback :) U made my day !

Chaitra said...

Madam the moong dal which you added in is the boiled one or the powdered moong dal... Should we fry it and powder it

Chitra said...

Its just the raw moong dal. Add as such. No need to fry or powder it. We are cooking it in buttermilk mixture. So it will get cooked:)

Unknown said...

I tried this receipe with my friends in Germany.it came out very well with good taste.Thank u for the receipe

Unknown said...

I tried this receipe with my friends in Germany.it came out very well with good taste.Thank u for the receipe

Chitra said...

Happy to know that. Thank you 😊

Aru said...

Hi, I tried this, it was tasty ..thanks.. But even though it was crunchy outside, the inside was soft, like uddina vade

Chitra said...

Thanks for the feedback :) I think it should be cooked a bit more.It takes time to cook inside. So it has to be cooked in medium flame for long time. If you have leftover, please try with it.

revati said...

What happened to my post of today morning chitra ji.

Chitra said...

I think you are asking about your comments in my Varalakshmi vratham pooja post. I have replied for that :) Please check it. Thanks for sharing your pooja information.