Achu Murukku without Egg Recipe | அச்சி முறுக்கு | Diwali Sweets and Snacks Recipe

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Achu murukku is a sweet version of murukku varieties.It is very popular in south india.To prepare this murukku we need a flower shaped mould/achu.Do try this yummy and crunchy snacks and enjoy diwali.

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  • 1 cup raw rice flour 
  • 1/4 cup maida/all purpose flour  
  • 1/2 cup sugar powder 
  • 1 cup coconut milk  
  • A pinch salt  


Achu Murukku

  • Sieve the rice flour,maida,sugar powder together.
  • Add  coconut milk and salt with the sieved flour and mix well,without lumps.
  • The batter should be like dosa batter consistency, if the batter is too liquid it won’t come out of the mould or if it’s too thick it won’t be crispy.So adjust the water according to your batter consistency. 


  • Heat oil in a kadai,once oil is heated up place the achu muruku mould in hot oil for one minute.
  • After that take the mould and dip it immediately into the batter to 3/4th,not fully.
  • As the mould is hot the batter will stick into it and place that in the hot oil.


  • After the batter is half done, use a fork to release the muruku to the oil.
  • Turn it on other sides and fry it to light brown/till crispy.
  • Repeat the same step for remaining batter. Every time before you dip the mould in the batter, keep the mould in the hot oil for a minute.

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Here is the Achu Murukku is ready,Try it out and Enjoy Diwali:)


  • The batter consistency is very important,if it is too liquid it will not come out from the mould.So adjust the consistency of batter carefully.
  • If the mould is new, keep it in dosa batter for a day ,then wash it nicely and apply oil in all sides.keep this for another day then use it.
Have a Nice Day!!!

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  1. Most of the achu murukku recipes I have seen are with eggs…and I was looking for a recipe without the egg…this one is just perfect..I have the moulds and now can’t wait to make this.

  2. சூப்பர்ர் பிரேமா.இந்த முறுக்கு சாப்பிட்டு பல வருஷமாச்சு.அம்மா ரொம்ப சூப்பரா செய்வாங்க.ஊரிலிருந்து அச்சு வாங்கிட்டு வரணும்னு நினைச்சேன்,மறந்தே போய்ட்டேன்….

  3. These look like what we call funnel cakes here in the US. However, the version you have posted is unusual, love the idea of using coconut milk-I will need to try. Thanks for posting such a stunning and delicious treat!

  4. I love these murukkus a lot. But never made it at home. I am becoming your fan now as you are keep on posting authentic traditional recipes.


  5. U hv reminded me old times 🙂 missing this snack very much.. u hv made it perfectly.. thanks for ur nice words in my blog.. i fell for ur blog right away when i saw that beautiful fondant cake 🙂

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