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Lazy Shoppy Achu Murukku | Achappam | Rose Cookies | Festival Snacks | അച്ചപ്പം | Murukku | அச்சுமுறுக்கு | (10 Achu Murukku in 1 Pack) | South India Special Cookies | Fried Cookies . Achappam is a crispy fried pastry popular in the Kerala region of India. They have very little sweetness to them and are much like Scandinavian rosettes. Indeed it is thought that they were originally brought to India from that region, although the Achappam recipe ingredients of rice flour, coconut milk, and sesame seeds indicate it was adapted to locally available fare. These are a delicacy of the South India region and much prized for Parties and weddings. In Kerala and surrounding regions of Southern India, it is also popular to make during Diwali...To make Achappam, you need an inexpensive Achappam mold or you can use a standard Scandinavian rosette iron. These are healthy snacks for kids and adults. The specialty of this Achu Murukku is the crispiness without any sign of brownish color which is a perfect combo for Diwali festival time and Teatime. All the products are freshly prepared, packed, and delivered as per order Basis.. A crispy, popular and delicious flower-shaped murukku. It is a very easy recipe and kids will love it...Achu murukku also known as achappam in Malayalam is an Anglo Indian snack from Kerala. It is also called Rose cookies as it is a sweet flavored deep-fried cookie that is made with a unique flower-shaped iron mold. These moulds should be easily available in any South Indian kitchenware shop as this snack is very popular. Achu murukku is prepared for festivals like Diwali and is one of the important delicacies prepared for Christmas...Achappam ('achu' meaning mould and 'appam' meaning food made with flour) is a deep-fried rose cookie made with rice flour...It is a signature Syrian Christian food believed to come from Dutch influence.