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Friday, September 16, 2011

How to make urad dal flour at home - Homemade Urad Dal Flour

Making urad dal flour at home recipe
Having urad dal flour ready at home is easy for making murukku, seedai and many indian snacks. We can make it at home and store it and use whenever needed. You can check out the homemade rice flour recipe here.

Homemade Urad Dal Flour


Urad Dal - as required

Method:

  1. Heat a pan, dry roast urad dal in a pan until slightly golden browned and nice aroma comes. Cool down completely.How to make urad dal flour at home- Step1
  2. Transfer to a mixer and Grind it to a fine powder.How to make urad dal flour at home - Step2
  3. Sieve it. Then again grind the coarse powder and then sieve it, doing in batches. Roast the sieved flour till nice aroma comes.Store the urad dal powder in an airtight container.
    How to make urad dal flour at home - Step2
You can the flour for making any any homemade snacks.

My Notes:

  • You can dry roast the urad dal flour even before using it for snacks or roast and store too like how I did.You can grind it in bulk and store it for around 6months.
  • Make sure your mixture is completely dry before griding.
Homemade Urad dal Flour for Indian Snacks


Written by: SHARMILEE J

23 comments:

  1. very useful post sharmilee. Beautiful shots to go with it :)

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  2. SHarmi can we use this to make vada etc...

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  3. @Finla : No the consistency of the batter is totally different for ulunthu vada , we cant use this as far as I know :)

    Check vada recipe here : http://www.sharmispassions.com/2011/01/ulunthu-vadai-medhu-vadai-recipe.html

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  4. Nice idea to make urad dal .... Thanks for sharing ...... lovely clicks by the way .....

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  5. i am loving your making the flours at home posts.. i never tried it.. i am sure it comes out to be cheaper and fresher flour unlike the packaged ones, when you dont know how old the flour is.
    Thanks for posting!

    Richa @ http://hobbyandmore.blogspot.com/

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  6. This is a really helpful post...Nice clicks too dear...

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  7. Simple but I like post like these!! Sharmi, I have been searching for measuring spoons for a while in Chennai. But they haven't fallen in my eyes yet. Where can I get these??

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  8. @Janu : I got these pink ones from Nilgiris here in Coimbatore. But previously had the red ones which I got from Santosh Stores Annanagar, there you get baking tins too, so give a visit.You can check out Nilgiris in Chennai too....

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  9. this powder gives nice aroma....nice click!

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  10. wonderful post dear...love the clicks too

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  11. Homemade urad flour makes murukkus all the more tasty!!! Nicely explained Sharmi...
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  12. Thanks for the helpful post Sharmi. Can we use urad dal with skin? Or to better formulate the question, I have urad dal with skin. If I powder it, can I use it to make seedai?

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  13. @schmetterlingwords : This powder is mostly used for making indian snacks so urad dal without skin is preferred....

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  14. That's a nice post to share homemade flours. I am sure this will be a unique post since rarely has I seen posts on homemade flours. Thanks :)

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  15. wonderful post..make life a bit more easier at times.nice clicks.

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  16. Nice click. Perfect timing for the post Sharmi.

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  17. can we make any other recipes using urad dal flour expect murukku, seedai, thattai varieties..?

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  18. @Aishwarya : Hmm not really sure of it...

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  19. Urad dal flour is used by my friend in making vadais.She grinds like ordinary vadai dough and adds this flour too.Thus she gets big vadais like in hotels.i keep this in hand if vadai maavu becomes runny i add urad dal flour.Also i lake ulluthang kali .Very ideal food for young teen girls.

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