If you are an inveterate tea/coffee lover and your tea times are always willing to welcome a new snack to your plate, The South Indian Store has Murukku to offer exclusively for your munching.
A blend of Rice and Urad dal flour and a host of spices, Murukku is a crunchy South Indian snack originated from Tamil Nadu and thus Tamil word meaning ‘Twisted’. As the name implies, these are salty n crispy spirals or circular coils deep fried until golden brown in colour.
To add a testimony to the love South Indian kitchens have for this snack, one can relish the assortment of its flavors; be it Kai spirals made by hand using stiffer dough, ribbon shaped pakoda or Manapparai Murukku originated from the town ‘Manapparai’ in Tamil Nadu. The list doesn’t end here because if compromised with rice flour, there are Godhumai (wheatflour), Poondu (Garlic) or Besan aka Chakli ones and Achappam; the sweet one as well.
So what are you waiting for when your feast of Murukku is just an order away and that too without compromising the quality and authentic taste at your doorstep?
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