Mosaru kodu bale recipe | How to make soft kodbale | Rice flour and curd kodubale

By Latha on November 4th, 2016

mosaru kodu bale or curd kodbale recipe

Mosaru kodu bale or kodbale recipe explained with step by step pictures. Kodubale kodbale is a popular deep fried snacks from Karnataka which will be in ring shape. This kodubale is prepared using rice flour, curd, curry leaves, cumin seeds, coriander leaves, green gram dal and asafoetida. Optionally you can also add finely chopped onion. Mosaru kodubale is a tasty deep fried spicy rings. You can enjoy this with a cup of tea or along with your breakfast. You can also serve this with green coconut chuney.

This is a special kodubale. Unlike regular crispy kodubale, this kodubale is little crispy from outside but soft from inside. It will be little sour in taste as we are using curd in the recipe. This tasty mosaru kodubale is popular in Bengaluru-Mysuru region of Karnataka.

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Mosaru kodu bale recipe

Preparation time: 10 min
Cooking time: 10 min
Serves: 4

Ingredients: (measuring cup used = 240ml)

  1. 1/2 cup rice flour
  2. 1/2 cup curd or yoghurt (little sour)
  3. 1/2 cup water
  4. 1 - 2 green chili
  5. 1 tsp cumin seeds or jeera
  6. 2 tsp mung dal or green gram dal or hesarubele
  7. 1 tbsp finely chopped coriander leaves
  8. 1 tbsp finely chopped curry leaves
  9. A big pinch of asafoetida or hing
  10. Salt as per your taste
  11. Oil to deep fry

Instructions for making mosaru kodu bale recipe:

  1. In a deep frying pan take all the ingredients except rice flour (1/2 cup curd, 1/2 cup water, 1 tsp cumin seeds, 1 tbsp curry leaves, 1 tbsp coriander leaves, salt, asafoetida and 1 tsp oil). You can also add finely chopped onionall ingredients for mosaru kodubale or kodbale
  2. Mix everything well. Switch on the stove and bring it to boil. Let it boil for 1 minute.boiling curd and spices for mosaru kodubale or kodbale
  3. Next add in rice flour all at once.rice flour for mosaru kodubale or kodbale
  4. Mix well and switch off the stove. Close the lid and keep it aside.rice flour for mosaru kodubale or kodbale
  5. Once it is warm, knead it well.kneading the dough for mosaru kodubale or kodbale
  6. Knead it very well such that you get a soft, lump free dough.soft dough for mosaru kodubale or kodbale
  7. Now take a small gooseberry sized dough and make a stick by rolling it in between the palms.making mosaru kodubale or kodbale
  8. And then join the ends to make a ring.making mosaru kodubale or kodbale
  9. Finish making a batch of rings.mosaru kodubale or kodbale
  10. Heat the oil in a wide frying pan. Drop the kodu bales or rings into the hot oil. Fry under medium flame.frying mosaru kodubale or kodbale
  11. Fry them only for sometime. Do not make them brown. The color of mosaru kodubale should be whitish and it will not be very crispy. Enjoy it with tea or along with breakfast.deep fried mosaru kodubale or kodbale

Dear reader, We have a Kannada version of this recipe. Click here to read this recipe in Kannada.

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