Morkoo is an Indian favourite and yet people are so shy when they put in on their Diwali plates. I piece for an entire household.
Here again I thought this recipe would be a complicated one. It isn’t. And the morkoo machine if I could find one in a dorp like PE then you can find one anywhere in the world.
The only problem I had was going round and round with the machine. But I think it was just nerves and I kept trying to look at the machine from the bottom while turning from the top.
- 3 ½ x cups tap water.
- 1 x tsp sesame seeds.
- 2 x tsp jeera seeds.
- 3 ½ x cups maize flour.
- 1 x cup chana flour.
- 3 x tsp salt.
- 1 x tsp baking powder.
- Morkoo machine
- Boil together that water, the sesame seeds and the jeera seeds.
- In a bowl sieve together the maize flour, the chana flour, salt and the baking powder.
- Remove the boiling water mixture from the heat and pour into the flour mixture.
- Mix with a spoon and bring the ingredients together to form a dough.
- Knead in the bowl with your hands and allow to cool.
- Put the mixture into your morkoo machine and turn out morkoo.
- Fry in hot oil.