Rose Cookies/South Indian Snack

Rose cookie is a famous South Indian snack made during festival seasons. It is called Achu Muruku in the Tamil language. Murukku means twisted because of its shape and Achu means Mold: Flower shaped mold is used to make Achu Murukku. To make this snack you will need a cookie mold. Making this murukku is a little hard at first but all you need is some practice. The ingredients are very simple: rice flour, powdered sugar, egg, coconut milk, cardamom powder and oil to fry. If you are a vegan just skip the egg from this recipe & you can use just water instead of coconut milk, but coconut milk gives an extra flavor to this recipe. These classic cookies are obviously a great addition to your Christmas menu. I really love to munch on these crispy beauties. They never fail to bring in the festive vibes. Try these scrumptious Rose Cookies (Achu Murukku) and share your experience! Thanks for watching!

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Hi, my name is Sofia and welcome to my kitchen. I was inspired to cook from watching my mother cook for our family. I love to try new recipes from both my South Indian heritage and from all over the world. Keep watching!

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