Kodu Bale #1

Coming up after the sweet butter biscuits we need something spicy and Crunchy Munchy, Correct ? Here it is then, the spicy Kodu Bale This is popular in South India. Everyone makes it with their own ingredients. I must say this the best spicy snack. I just love this. In winter season definitely for something spicy. This snack you can safely store it in an airtight box.



Ingredients

  • Rice flour - 1 cup
  • Maida flour - 1 cup
  • Dalia powder / Hurkadale powder / Chikpea powder - 1 cup
  • Chiroti Rava / Simolina - 1 cup
  • Red chilli powder - 1 or 2 tsp (acc to taste)
  • Salt to taste
  • Hot Oil / Vanaspathi ghee - 1 cup
  • Dry crushed curry leaves - 2 tsp
Method
  • Dry fry maida flour and chiroti rava / simolina
  • Mix all and sprinkle warm water sieve well and make a dough
  • Divide the small sized balls and gently roll them in the cutting board should be even size
  • Roll them atleast 3inch stright and slowly turn around & join the other side.
  • Rest the dough balls make the same way
  • Put in 4 to 5 Kodubale at a time in a oil & deep fry on medium flame till golden brown
  • Remove and drained in the paper towel and cool it and store it in an airtightbox



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23 comments

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

ooooooooo... I love kodbale too!!!! like you said, its one of the best savories from south india!! :)

Cham said...

Hmm, love kodubale i made it too very hard to roll by hand but worth every little effort! Looks perfect for coffee!

Smitha said...

Oh Kodbale! We love Kodbale.. can sit munching them till they all disapper!!

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

WOW... This look so nice and crunchy. Nice recipe. YUM!

anudivya said...

This is super crunchy and nicely browned...

DEESHA said...

I love this .. this is a family favourite

sowmya said...

i love this snack..always have them during my musore trip..never tried at home..yours look very crunchy and delicious..

Indrani said...

Thanks for droping by me..nice crunchy snack...

aparna said...

Looks delicious and crunchy.

rekhas kitchen said...

nice colour and perfect shape when ever i make them they become very hard not crisp very hard method is almost same what u sed where iam making mistake mmmmdon'tno

Vaidehi said...

Kdubale looks perfect.. would Love to eat with Hot tea..

chakali

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow looks crunchy nad yummy.

Happy cook said...

They looks so yumm.

AnuSriram said...

Thats so crispy and crunchy!

srikars kitchen said...

wow.. yesterday i made it.. looks perfect.. nice blog..

Vanamala said...

Thanks you so much for the wonderful comments :)

Madhu said...

Kodubale reminds me of home, I used to help my mom...
looks yummy, perfect for cold weather.I need to make some.

G.Pavani said...

ooohh..looking yum yum

vidhas said...

looks nice and crunchy. like to have the whole plate.

sumathi said...

First time here,you have a cool space here, the Kodbale looks delicious...I have a different style of Kodbale on my blog :)

SriLekha said...

looks delicious!
first time to ur blog and it is very nice!
do visit my blog when u find time!
join in the savories event going in my blog!

notyet100 said...

perfect snack for the winters,...

Andhra Flavors said...

we are calling this "chekodilu" wonderful snack item.