Really? That is murkku right, you can't find these anymore?
No, Sig, what I meant was that we don't find today's product today, it's always at least four days old. This one has 4 March written on it, see?That being said, I once found some pack with the following month's date of packing on it!!!
Really! I saw them plenty in Bangalore bakeries but few I tried were pretty oily and over fried. Some were really really good, I love Chaklis.
Oh, you are talking about date. We are lucky to get month old products here, we grab it anyway. We are pretty desperate!:D
Ah got it :) I was so confused thinking murkku is extinct in India now ;) You might want to rotate that pic. BTW, it is interesting that they printed the month, but the date is written with a pen. :)
My favorite snack! I'm getting some home-made murukkus from India next week, can't wait.Mamatha
I got what you were saying Sra and yes, those dates can be deceptive here too, especially on meats. Which is why I never buy meat from supermarkets out here.
that's truly as good as home made then! Good find there
yes, please turn the picture around... it took me a full minute to read Magilampoo on the sticker :)