Janthikalu is a famous fried Andhra exquisite bite that is not difficult to make at home. You can call them murukku, chakli or chakralu. These are moment murukku and are very simple to make. There is no splashing or crushing included. All you really want is to blend every one of the fixings into a batter and afterward fry them until brilliant brown.
- Rice flour- 1 cup
- Besan - 1 cup
- Vam - 1 tsp
- Red Chilli Powder - 1/4 tbsp
- Salt - 1/2 tbsp
- Blend everything of the ingredients in a blending bowl aside from the oil. Add 1 tsp of hot oil.
- Add water and make a semi-tight batter. Keep it covered for 5 minutes.
- Heat oil in a wide kadai in high fire. Make a part of the batter and put it in a Jantikulu maker which has 3 openings around 3 mm wide.
- Test for the batter consistency by squeezing. Assuming it is troublesome, add extra water to the batter.
- In one go, shoot out the whole substance of the Jantikulu maker in the oil by moving it from the fringe to inside and any place holes are seen. A major single muruku like design will be shaped.
- After brilliant shading, turn over and fry the opposite side.
- Eliminate utilizing a major colander like spatula (sataram) and keep on paper napkins.
- With the leftover mixture, make jantikulu. Around 5 to 6 jantikulu can be made with medium glass estimation.
- In the wake of cooling, store in a air tight container. Serve it as tea time snacks.