Mudki is a spiral-shaped spiky savory snack made from rice, chickpea, and black gram flour. This crispy Odia cuisine has several variants and has different names in different states. In the south is called Murukku and is made without using gram flour. It is also called Chakli, Chakri and Chakradhar. It is a special dish that is made during the festival of Diwali. This dish is very popular in South Africa, where it is known as "jawbreaker." Other ingredients commonly used in this snack include coriander seed powder, cumin seed powder, sesame seeds, red pepper powder, salt, asafoetida, caraway seeds, and oil.
Making a dough requires mixing flour and other ingredients and adding water. Then the dough is kneaded, shaped into balls, placed in the molds, and then fried until it turns light brown in color. After it turns light brown, it is removed and cooled. You can enjoy this with a hot masala wali Chai. Order chai’s best friend from the comfort of your house. Add to cart and check out.