Saturday, October 27, 2007

Deepavali: Muruku Day

It's Muruku Day again. I remember posting on muruku during last year's Deepavali season. Digged my archive and found the post! Hehehehe.. Read my old muruku post here.

Somehow I feel Muruku Day is jinxed! Last year, I couldn't find a camera, so used my camera phone to take the photos. It turned out to be kinda pathetic. This year, coincidenly my uncle took the camera to a function just moments before we start the 'muruku session' *sigh!. This time, I used my sis's camera phone to snap the photos. Something is always better than nothing! Here they are



uncooked muruku

frying the muruku

the end product

How was the Muruku Day in your home? :)


Voracious Blog Reader said...

Neku Neku!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Looks really yummy.

Voracious Blog Reader

starry nights said...

Thanks for sharing your murruku day.looks delicious.

starry nights said...

Thanks for sharing your murruku day.looks delicious.

Nirek said...

wow...looks great! will we get invite to participate in ur family diwali celeberations??

pria said...

It looks so yummy and delicious Ammu.

anits said...

mmm yummy yummy...eneke muruku?

Deana E said...

nice muruku..happy diwali everyone, can't wait for next week..have not done anything.having a baby makes my life slower a bit but sure i will celebrate diwali like normal..hehehe lots of eating!

Ghost Particle said...

hemm...for a phone camera...the shots are excellent.

have u ever tried hot muruku? the one with chili powder mx/

Shalini Gowrisankar said...

Looks yummy.. We are jus' starting to do the sweets and savouries..

Pri said...

mmm those look yum!!
how about sending some over?? ;)

whAt A LiFe said...

My murukku day will be 2moro. Yahoooo! I will munch the murukkus while putting them in the tin.

Queenie said...

You really make me realise what I've been missing whilst i've been away, thanks for sharing .

(¯`•._.•[Raaji]•._.•´¯) said...

ummm... yammi food.. i wish i could try some :)

Known Stranger said...

have you ever tried kai muruku - very famous among brahmin community of palaghat and tamil nadu. the palaghat ( kerala) kai muruku which would go for more than 15 or even above circles is very famous. purely fried in coconut oil is delicious one . my taste buds watering now

Keshi said...

mmmmmmm love these! My granma used to make em. I miss her :(



tulipspeaks said...


blog le photo thaan pode mudiyum. vere enna naan seiya? :P

good that u like it

@ starry

hey.. thanks!


tulipspeaks said...

@ nirek

:) im welcoming everyone.

@ pria

thank u. the credit goes to my grandma!


tulipspeaks said...

@ anits

veetuke vaange, taren.

@ deana

aha.. enjoy ur deepavali. done with the cookies?


tulipspeaks said...

@ gp

u r right. i was amazed at the photos as well. my sis surely proud la! *wink.

i asked my grandma.. she said she knows how to made it & its not bad. may be next time ;)

@ shalini

aha.. how many cookies done?


tulipspeaks said...

@ pri sure u will get good ones there itself. *being humble

@ what a life
aha.. surely done now. any photos?


tulipspeaks said...

@ queenie

:) time to catch up, dear!

@ raaji

hahahaha.. good if u can.

@ known stranger
now, that seems new to me! will ask grandma if she knows how to make them!


tulipspeaks said...

@ keshi

hugss!! even we are depended on my grandma to make them. guess i hv to learn from her next year!

im doing okie. better but still confused :)


Jeevan said...

I think we will start in next week to do Muruku and Athirasam. Yours looks like my favorite Muruku. one pls... :)

cindy said...

Ohhh they look really yummy!! It's been a while since I last had muruku! :D