Palm jaggery dominated the taste , kaju taste was very less
crispy and tasty
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Mullu Murukku is a traditional south Indian snack which will be prepared during festivals like Krishna Janmashtami, Diwali etc. During Diwali season, family members sit along with grandmother and prepare mullu murukku a few days before Diwali. It will be shared to neighbours and relatives along with other sweets and snacks.
This crispy and aromatic snack is liked by many people to have it during evening tea time and during the journeys. With ingredients, Mullu Murukku recipe is prepared with rice flour, Urad dal, salt, butter and coconut milk. This snack is very popular in the southern states of India. Unlike other traditional Kai murukku, this one has more spikes (like thorns - mullu in Tamil) which can be made with star moulds (murukku achu). Hence it is called mullu muruku.
Raw Rice Flour, Moong Dal, Fried Gram, Bengal Gram, Asafoetida, , Jeera, Refined Groundnut oil, Butter, Salt
How to Use:
Ready to eat
Store in a cool and dry place in an air tight container