Murruku is a South Indian crunchy snack food made mainly with rice flour. There are so many different varieties of Murukku. Achu Murukku is a sweeter version of this South Indian fried food made using a mold.

In Tamil language, Murukku means twisted because of its shape and Achu means Mold: Here a flower shaped mold is used to make Achu Murukku.

Step 1: Achu Murukku Mold

The mold used to make Achu Murukku is made of thin metal sheet shaped like a flower. A  handle, about 12 inches long, is attached to the center of the flower shape. When you hold the handle perpendicular to the ground, the flower shaped mold stays facing downwards. These type of molds are readily available in Crocery shops in South India.
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My grand mother make &quot; flores&quot; ( flowers) with egs, flour and olive oil in Spain. <br> <br>http://cociditodemivida.blogspot.com.es/2011/03/flores-15.html
looks so nice and similar...I think the language is Spanish, but easy to follow with the photographs... Gracias por compartir
Any advice on where to purchase this sort of mold?
You could purchase a similar, but not identical, mold for the purpose of making Swedish rosettes. They are not made of sheet metal like the one shown on this instructable but they are otherwise similar. See, for example, https://www.google.com/search?q=swedish+rosettes&amp;tbm=shop .
Thanks! These do appear to have a similar function.
this sort of ready-made molds are available in South Indian grocery shops only. Sheet metal working shops can easily make one if you show them the design.
The Swedish make something similar called rosettes (but with a wheat flour based batter). See http://youtu.be/TfOcG0EPkf0 for an example.
hey...in Sri Lanka we call it kokis! :-) but yes...we use the achu... which means 'mold' :-) <br>good tutorial. <br>Are you Sri lankan?
No, I am from South India
one of my fav, great instructions :)
wow thats neat!, clearly explained, &amp; done!
I love achu murukku,... fantastic <br>
this look soooo cool
thank you... try it at your home
i don't have this mold..
Sheet metal workers can easily make one if you show them the design. Hope you could find somebody who can make the mold
So excited to try this! When I lived in Chennai, my coworker made these and they were SO yummy!
hope you got a mold to try this
I love the look of these. I wonder if the molding process would work with plain old pancake batter.
Please try with the pancake batter.. I think it should work
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Thanks for sharing murukku receipe
You're welcome...
You totally nailed it with these! They look amazing!
thank you for your appreciation...
wow that just looks amazing - yum!
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Ahhhh it looks so good! can you believe I never had any Indian food? And the more I see, the more I want! :D
thank you.. hope you will have a chance to taste Indian food in the near future...
Oo nice. Looks like Hana art that you can eat.
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ohww, I just love murukku! now I know how to make them, thanks for sharing this recipe :)
you are welcome... try this at your home
Beautiful! I love eating these but I had no idea how they were made. :D
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