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What special for Krishna Jeyanthi there??? Will tell you a tasty, crispy recipe to prepare and cherish on that asuspicious day. Kodubale is a mild spicy, deep fried Karnataka snack. Give a try to this recipe and celebrate Krishna Jeyanthi!!!

Here you go!!



Rice Flour                                - 1.5 cups
Roasted Fried Gram Flour       - 3/4 cup (Porikadalai maavu)
All Purpose Flour                     - 1/4 cup (Maida)
Rava                                         - 2 tbsp (Sooji)
White Sesame seeds                 - 1 tsp (Ellu)
Asafoetida                                - a pinch (Hing)
Curry Leaves                           - few
Salt                                          - As required
Chili Powder                           - 1 tsp
Butter                                      - 1 tbsp
Oil                                           - for deep frying


  • Roasted fried gram flour is nothing but roasted and ground fried gram. Chop curry leaves.
  • Take a bowl. Add all the ingredients except oil to it. Add little water and start kneading the dough. The dough should be of chapathi dough consistency. Cover the dough and set it aside for 30 minutes. 
  • Take a small ball from the dough as below

  • Roll it with your palms similar to the below picture. Press it hard so that dough is evenly distributed

  • Press the ends together.
  • Heat oil in a pan for frying. Deep fry rolled out kodubale in oil. Drain excess oil. Your tasty and crispy kodubale is ready..