37 Multi Colored , Fruit and Bowl Shaped Kai/Suttu/Suthu Murukku

Multi Colored/ Fruit and Bowl Shaped Kai/Suttu/Suthu Murukku

Kai / Murukku or Suttu/suthu murukku is a traditional snack prepared in Tamil Nadu. In my family they make this murukku very often. My aunt and grandma are experts in making this swirls and also they do it so fast and very accurate in size and shape. In many of my posts I have mentioned about my Gomathi Athai and this recipe is also from her. Today I am happy to share her recipe in my blog.





 


Recipe: From Gomathi Athai and Mom
Basic Murukku recipe :- check the Kai Murukku recipe here


For a change try this colourful/ different shaped murukkus and use it for yourself or any having gatherings or function at home /family and make it look more eye chatching.
For more designs ideas:- can make as apple, Mango, Banana, Leaves, Lotus, Flowers( simple flower with leaves). Just add in the required edible color to the murukku mix as much as needed.


 

While making this many step by step pictures was clicked, which all got erased accidentally and now have to wait for the next batch when making this.
So for the New Year I posting a colorful/ fun (Interesting) shaped Kai/Suttu/ Suthu Murukku.




For the bowl design use any stainless stell bowl and grease in some oil inside. Start rolling from the bottom center till you are filled with the top. 





 

For Fruit/ Flower design: Use a paper stencil or your imagination and start rolling till a design is formed. Make sure you roll this also in a flat greased stainless steel plate.



 For frying:- Heat oil and a frying pan/kadai and when hot( not burning hot). Add the murrkus along with the plate or bowl one by one as much as the kadai fits. Do not crowd it. Wait for few minutes, after which the murukkus will seperate from the containers. Now can remove the bowl or plates with a ladle carefuly. Fry the murukkus till they are brown and cirspy. Remove and cool. Store in a air tight container and munch on when needed. 

37 comments/Reactions:

Sailaja Damodaran said...

wow!!!!!! looks like they r experts.Crunchy.

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Simply excellent looking cute shaped delicious murukkus.

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

looks yum! love it...

Madhavi said...

Super colorful post :)

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PriyaRaj said...

Perfect suthu muruku.....very colourful Padma...grt idea ...keep rocking ...

Nisha said...

Beautiful post . Most difficult part is hand twisting the murruk

Prathibha said...

very nicely made murukku..perfect

Sravs said...

Nice cute shapes, perfectly done !!

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Torviewtoronto said...

looks wonderful lovely murukku

Gayathri Kumar said...

Murukku looks so cute...

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Wonderful post....Great effort there...

Sumi said...

Wow, Looks beautiful.You sure have lot of Patience..

Ansh said...

All I can say is Wow!! those look great!

Kalpana Sareesh said...

Beautiful .. looks like wedding murukku i love the shapes.. its so perfect .. they always taste so so yumm

Priya said...

Omg, wat a great looking kai murukku,wonderful and definitely addictive..

Shanthi said...

The twist have come out perfect. Nice .

Padhu said...

Looks awesome and perfectly done

Only Fish Recipes said...

wow...multi colored murukus.....made it just perfect dear...looks delicious :-)

Prathima Rao said...

Wow...Gorgeous!!!! Happy new year to you..
Prathima Rao
Prats Corner

Chitra said...

wow, its swesome. never seen such a bowl shaped kai murukku. very nice post :) Happy new year padma..:)

Sensible Vegetarian said...

This looks so good Padma, good to see a post after a long time.

Anu said...

wow!!! excellent shaping. Twisting part Great

Rachana said...

Wow! those colourful murrukus look so cute and delicious.

Madhuram said...

Amazing work Padma. Did you do the baskets or your athai? My goodness it looks so good. I wish you can post the step by step pictures the next time you do it. I'm wondering if we have to start the murukku inside the bowl our outside the bowl, because I have seen some recipes like this where it's done on the bowl and put in the oil.

Cham said...

Very pretty and artistic !

Soma Pradhan said...

beautiful..Happy New year Padma

Kalyani's Platter said...

looks delicious and tempting clicks ....

notyet100 said...

Wow,...:)

Vanamala Hebbar said...

Awesome..

Anu Nandu said...

Wow - Awesome. Looks super pretty. I've only seen them in weddings.

deepsrecipes said...

Wow..amazing,Padma..

Aarthi said...

First time here..Glad I reached here..Following you right away...This looks delicious.…Totally yummy..Thanks for sharing it dear…Should try it soon…If you have time do check my blog too…

Aarthi
http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

Hema said...

The murukkus in different shapes and sizes shows your expertise.. never seen a bowl shaped murukku.. hop over to my blog for your award

http://tellastorymyway.blogspot.com/2012/01/magnolia-wednesdays-review-challenge.html

hoping to see your tag soon padma

cheers
hema

Jay said...

really awesome dish...love your tempting cliks..
Tasty Appetite

Padma said...

Thanks everyone for your feedback/comments.
Padma

Padma said...

@ Maduram. Sure, very soon will post the step by pics. By mistake it was completely gone and imagine how it would have been, but was lucky enough to atleast take pics of the final output.
For the bowl shaped ones, you have to start with inside, right in the middle bottom layer. This way the shapes stay in tact when dropped in oil and after few mts come out without any disturbance. Then can remove the bowl.
Hope this helps you.
Thanks
Padma

Anonymous said...

Bowl murukku is so fun, and a novel idea! Too good.

Pattu
http://www.gardenerat60.wordpress.com

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