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Baked Ragi Chakli Recipe
How To Make Baked Ragi Chakli
About Baked Ragi Chakli Recipe: Chakli or Murukku is a tasty tea time snack that is prepared in South Indian homes. It is easy to make and too delicious to resist! The name murukku is derived from a Tamil word which actually means 'twisted' that refers to the shape of this salty, savory snack. This baked chakli recipe is made from nutritious ragi flour which makes this a healthy and better alternative to the fried ones made of regular flour. Enjoy the delicious chakli with a hot cup of tea this festive season.
- Total Cook Time 35 mins
- Prep Time 10 mins
- Cook Time 25 mins
- Recipe Servings2
Ingredients of Baked Ragi Chakli
- 250 gms ragi flour
- 150 gms besan flour
- 5 gms ginger
- 5 gms chili
- 2 gms garlic paste
- 5 gms salt
- 20 ml oil
How to Make Baked Ragi ChakliHideShow Media
Take the dry ingredients and knead them together. Add oil and required amount of water.
Let it become a semi-soft dough. Make two equal sizes.
Take one half of the dough into a Chakli machine.
Press out roundels of the dough. Put chaklis in a pre-heated oven. Temperature should be around 360°f for 15-20 minutes.
Take the other half and repeat the same process. Let it cool, the Chakli whirls are ready to use.