Homemade Crunchy Mix Muruku
NO MSG, NO PRESERVATIVES, NO TRANS FAT, NO CHOLESTEROL
It is made from rice flour or urad dal flour and seasoned with salt as well as some select spices. The flour is then kneaded and shaped into concentric circles, and subsequently deep-fried. The snack is golden-brown and crunchy. The term Murukku is derived from the Tamil language and it roughly means “to twist”. This is because the spiral shape of the Murukku actually looks like a long roll of dough that has been twisted several times. What’s more? Murukku is a blanket term for a variety of other sweet and savory eats that are consumed with tea or coffee which means that it needn’t always be salty in taste.