Wednesday, 22 October 2008

M is for Muruku Sellers (ABC Wednesday)

M is for Muruku ~ one of my favourite snacks!

Muruku is a popular South Indian snacks known by most Malaysians. In preparation for Diwali celebration, one can see many muruku stalls selling this delicious snacks. This is the one I saw at Lebuh Ampang, KL. The owner has decorated her stall with Happy Deepavali mobile greetings. They made the stall more festive-like. She is actually frying the muruku in a wok beside her stall.

Hope there would be some muruku for me to munch on when I visit my neighbour's house on Deepavali Day!

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Kim from Hiraeth said...

What a colorful display of goodies!

I'll have to google Diwali Day!

See you soon for letter N!

alicesg said...

Very interesting to take photo of the stalls in the street. ALthough I dont enjoy the shopping but the street scenes are fantastic in KL.

Marcel said...

I'd like to try muruku, since I have never had it before. I agree nice colors in the photo.

Priyanka Khot said...

In the state of Maharashtra, Murrkoo is called Chakli. and I love all forms of Murrkoo n chakli..

u made my mouth water. :-)

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