Hand Murukku

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Hand Murukku
The Grand Sweets, Chennai
Rs 135 - 250g
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Kai or Hand Murukku is the most common South Indian type which is made with Rice flour and shaped by hand. This is known for it’s twisted spirals. A spiral hand shaped rice flour snack, this south Indian deep fried delicacy is astonishingly addictive and also difficult to prepare at the same time. Grand Sweets is known to have mastered the art to make the best Hand Murukkus.

Vegetarian | Best Before 15 Days From Date of Packing | Store In An Air Tight Container
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The Grand Sweets

The Grand Sweets and Snacks was founded in 1982 by Mr. G.Natarajan, a first generation entrepreneur, who after a series of business setbacks, started this food business in a small way at Gandhi Nagar, Adyar in Chennai. By capitalizing on his wife Bangaruamma's culinary skills, he dipped into her personal recipies and started making and selling the generic snacks that's traditionally made by the old ladies of the house. Some of these include the sweet Mysore pak, the crunchy savoury mixture, murukkus and thattais. The marketing had a personalized touch when the elderly Brahmin would hand out religious booklets to waiting customers.

As the business grew, he hired more staff, mostly women, and expanded the variety of foods on offer. Grand Sweets' offerings are legendary for their quality and taste. The manner in which the shop got its name is an interesting story. This sweet shop was a small establishment back in the early 80's and one of the customers commented that the sweets tasted really 'grand'. That's how the name 'The Grand Sweets and Snacks' came into being.

The Grand Sweets

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The Grand Sweets and Snacks was founded in 1982 by Mr. G.Natarajan, a first generation entrepreneur, who after a series of business setbacks, started this food business in a small way at Gandhi Nagar, Adyar in Chennai. By capitalizing on his wife Bangaruamma's culinary skills, he dipped into her personal recipies and started making and selling the generic snacks that's traditionally made by the old ladies of the house. Some of these include the sweet Mysore pak, the crunchy savoury mixture, murukkus and thattais. The marketing had a personalized touch when the elderly Brahmin would hand out religious booklets to waiting customers.

As the business grew, he hired more staff, mostly women, and expanded the variety of foods on offer. Grand Sweets' offerings are legendary for their quality and taste. The manner in which the shop got its name is an interesting story. This sweet shop was a small establishment back in the early 80's and one of the customers commented that the sweets tasted really 'grand'. That's how the name 'The Grand Sweets and Snacks' came into being.

"Our Shop is much more rooted in tradition and we have our own customer base" granddaughter of Mr.G.Natarajan.

Mr. G. Natarajan

Founder

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Rice flour, Urad dal flour, Butter, Black sesame seeds
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