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Godi Chakkuli(Sweet Murukku)

Godi Ckakkuli(Sweet Chakli/Murukku) is made using jagerry and coconut milk. Boiled white rice is used for this purpose.

Godi Chakkuli(Sweet Murukku)


boiled rice-2 cups,

thick coconut milk-1 cup,

powdered jagerry-1 cup,

salt-1/4 tsp,

til(sesame)-2 tsps,

oil for frying chaklis.


Soak the rice for 6 hrs.

Grind the rice using coconut milk to a smooth and thick paste.

Add jagerry, til and salt and mix well. If the dough is watery, add little raw rice flour to bring it to the proper dough consistency.

Make chaklis with the help of the chakli machine and deep fry in oil.

When cool, store them in the airtight container.

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Narla Chakkuli(Boiled Rice Coconut Chakli)

Chakli can also be prepared using boiled rice and coconut milk. This is a delicacy of the konkani community.


boiled rice(ukda chawal)-2 cups,

coconut milk-1 cup,(see tag coconut milk)

jeera-1 tsp,

til(sesame)-2 tsps,

salt to taste,

oil for frying.


Soak the rice for 6 hrs.

Grind to a smooth batter using coconut milk and salt.

Add jeera and til and mix well.

The consistency of the batter should be almost as good as dough.

If it becomes watery, add a small quantity of raw rice flour to bring it to the proper consistency.

Make chaklis on paper using a chakli machine and deep fry them in batches till they become crispy.

A batch of 8 to 10 chaklis can be fried at a time.


After heating the oil on high flame, bring the flame to just above medium, before frying the chaklis.

Once done, put them on a tissue paper to remove excess oil.

When cool, store them in an airtight container.

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This snack is a  favourite of every konkani , especially kids. It goes well any time with tea/coffee. If  ingredients are right and properly fried, its taste is great and is preferred by everyone over any other snack. But its preparation is slightly laborious as compared to the preparation of other salty snacks. This snack can also be stored for a number of days and used conveniently for the evening tea/coffee or whenever guests arrive.


 Rice flour-1/2kg,
urad dal-1 cup,
salt-as required,
chilly powder-2tsps,
turmeric powder-1/2tsp,
vanaspati or butter-1/2cup and
 oil for frying.
Fry jeera and pepper and powder it.
 Fry urad dal to light brown colour and powder it.
 Mix all the items to a soft malleable dough using cold water.Keep it for 1 hour.
Make chakkulis with the help of chakkuli machine . Make 8 to 10 chakkulis for one lot of frying.
Fry them in oil till crispy after turning them upside down on a reasonable feel that bottom side  is cooked well.
The feel for frying can be gained over a short  experience by looking at bubbles coming up in the kadai while frying.

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