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Chenag Ginjala Murukulu

chenag ginjala murukulu
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Chenag Ginjala Murukulu Recipe, How To Make Chenag Ginjala Murukulu Recipe

Hi Sanjay, Its very easy and tasty snak for everyone who is missing really good snak and they can save more more money and feel its very homely food. Thanks Dharani Vadlamudi

About Recipe

How to make chenag ginjala murukulu

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Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
30 mins
chenag ginjala murukulu
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Rice
Servings : 0 persons
Published date : November 24, 2016


Ingredients used in chenag ginjala murukulu
• Red chilli power - 1 tablespoons.
• Palli powder, chanaga ginjalu (ground nuts) - 1. 1/2 cup.
• Rice flour - 3 cups cup.
• Salt to taste - .
• Oil - 1 gallons.
Method:
Frry ground nuts and make it a fine powder in mixi and take rice flour, ground nut powder mix together with red chilli powder and salt with medium dough and take a pan pour oil to deep fry its very easy to make nice snaks for children and elders with safe foods.





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vahuser Posted on Thu Apr 03 2008

Quick suggestion (expectaation)....It would be really helpful to have some pics of the same recipe and all steps included. For Ex: How to string them in the oil, what kind of maker to string we can use as people like me are eager to know such things

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