Definitions

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  • n. A snack made of rice and urad dal flour, formed into a twisty shape.

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Examples

  • Take the janthikalu gottam aka murukku press and use the disc with small holes.

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  • I never expected that the tooth that survived the heavy grinding of 'murukku' and 'kadalai urundai' could succumb to a weakling like 'kurmura'.

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  • Except for my trying out murukku once in the US that turned out beautiful looking but uncooked from inside...i havent ventured into making out traditional bakshanam...may be towards divali will get into this.

    WBB # 15 - Announcement & Gokulashtami

  • My mom and aunts have gone the whole nine yards as usual and made varieties of seedai, murukku, thattai, athirasam, vella aval and some more sweets.

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  • Put small quantities of the dough into a murukku maker and pipe out coils of murukku onto the cloth.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • I love their pappadam, jackfruit chips, sweet plantain chips and kai murukku.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • Then were the list of fried snacks like murukku, tenkuzhal, ribbon pakoda etc, which I must admit, I avoid making.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • Right now, and unless PR leaders have their foot in their mouths, majority of the non Malay votes and slightly less than half of the urban malay votes will flow to PR, because these are the voters who dislike the confrontational and divisive politics of UMNO (forget about the MCA lapdogs and the murukku Indians in MIC).

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  • And, then, there were the palagara kadais selling Chettinad arisi murukku and savouries from Karaikudi.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • WITH ayam percik, roti jala, nasi kerabu, ikan bakar, lotus paste mooncakes with golden egg yolks, murukku, vadai, laddu, thosai with tomato chutney still fresh on my tastebuds (and thoughts), various food-related phrases come to my mind.

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