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Malaika Arora’s Breakfast Snack Includes This Popular South Indian Delight -Latestgrouplink

Malaika Arora’s Breakfast Snack Includes This Popular South Indian Delight
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In the past few days, the weather has changed a lot, and we have witnessed rain in various parts of the country. As the weather has started to become a little cold, it calls for having some yummy treats! It is an age-old custom in many houses that people enjoy having crispy snacks during rain. During this time, we make all sorts of recipes like pakodas,samosas, bhel, and more. And if you think you are the only one doing this, Malaika Arora is no less! The actress is vocal about her love for food. You will often find her indulging in various delights. From lavish meals to simple home-cooked food, Malaika’s food diaries are drool-worthy! Her recent story is also a proof of that.

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Malaika Arora took to Instagram and shared about her cooking. The actress had made some yummy-looking murukkus for breakfast. In the snapshot she shared, she wrote, “This weather calls for murukku for brekkie @perimaskitch.” Take a look at her story below:

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Looks yummy, right? Murukku is an essential component of South Indian cuisine since it tastes well and is quite simple to make. It originally comes from Tamil Nadu, but this snack’s popularity is so much that you will find it around the country. In fact, many households love to cook this crispy snack. And if you also want to make it at home, we have just the recipes you need. Check it out below:

Murukku Recipe: Here’s How To Make Murukku

Mix rice flour, urad dal heeng, salt, and butter to form a dough. Let it rest for at least half an hour. Now add small parts of murukku dough to the press machine. Make small roundels of the murukku and drop them in hot oil. Deep fry till they are crispy and crunchy. Then serve and enjoy!

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For the full recipe for this South Indian snack, click here.

Try making this at home, and let us know how it turned out for you!

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