Ribbon Murukku

Sankranti Subhakankshalu to all my dear readers and friends!

Its that time of the year to welcome the three day harvest festival, Makara Sankranti. The festivities began yesterday with a lot of feasting. Pulihora, garelu, halwa boorelu, bobbatlu, cauliflower masala curry, potato fry, kakarakaya (bitter gourd) nilava pachadi, charu, appadam and yogurt with white rice was the lunch menu for ‘Bhogi’ (first day of the festival).

Ribbon Murukkulu with Tea

Over the weekend we prepared two traditional savory preparations ~ Ribbon murukkulu and Chegodilu. Ribbon Murukku is prepared from Jantikalu dough that is deep fried using the ribbon disc of the jantikalu gottam. I have already blogged Jantikalu recipe and you can follow that recipe to prepare Ribbon Murukkulu.

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Ribbon Murukku

  Prepare time:
 Serves: 2

 Main Ingredients:

  •  rice flour


32 thoughts on “Ribbon Murukku

  1. Sailu garu, our heartiest wishes on the eve of Sankranthi. Thank you for the nice recipes. Can i have the recipe for DIBBA ROTTE and Allam pachadi Pl? Regards… RP

    Thank you, RP garu. I have already blogged Nilava Allam Pachadi and Allam Pachadi recipes. I am yet to blog pachi allam pachadi and dibba rotte. Will definitely blog both the recipes soon.

  2. Wish u and ur family members a very happy Sankranthi Sailu garu. thanx for posting a lovely snack item on this festival day!

    Thank you for your wishes, Manu garu.

  3. Hi Sailu,

    I regularly follow your blogs and thank you for taking me to my sweet memories in India. I used to live in Seethammadhara, Vizag. Thank you so much for your recipes and wonderful pics. I introduced this site to all those I know. Hearty congratulations for doing a great job with native Andhra food and mouth watering pics.

    Wish and your family a joyous Sankranthi.


  4. Hi Sailu my name is Vani. I am a great fan of your site. i tried some of your recipes and they came out good, thanks to you. Happy Sankranti.

  5. Hello Sailu garu ,

    Wish you and your family Happy Sankranthi .

    I like pongal very much but i do’nt get the right taste. Could you please post that recipe? Thank you.

  6. Andarikee Sankranti Subhakankshalu.
    Sailu garu, mee site valla neenu first time pongal and chicken curry cheesanandi..(successful ga) they came out very well.
    Thanks a lot! and will keep dropping in.

  7. hi sailu

    i tried this today …i spoiled the first batch….but rest of them r really yummy….thank u for the recipe

  8. I don’t find the description of how to prepare this recipe, Sailu garu, can you plz update. thnx in advance!

  9. Are you the sailu from central university from Dr. Appa raos lab?If so please write to me.

    I have never studied at Central University, Jayasheela.

  10. Sailu,

    Your ribbon Murukku looks delicious. I would love to try it but can’t find your recipe. Am I missing something? I see your recipes for everything else but not for this. Please provide recipe.


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